Over 300 Sri Lankans and friends of Sri Lanka gathered together at Mulgrave Community Hall on Saturday to celebrate a special Harmony Day with delicious food, inspi
“My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” The words of the Psalmist encapsulates the cry of the desperate who feel abandoned by God.
Thousands braved Melbourne’s stormy weather on Palm Sunday to walk in solidarity with refugees and people seeking asylum.
Share hit the road on Tuesday this week with 21 loyal supporters to witness our community service agency programs, places and people first-hand.
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Next week, the AFL will break a century-long tradition when it hosts its first-ever footy match on Good Friday.
Of the many New Testament accounts of Easter, I want to reflect on the story of Mary Magdalene as she walks to Jesus’ tomb lost, hopeless, grieving.
This piece by UnitingCare ReGen CEO Laurence Alvis originally appeared on social health policy site Croakey.
For most people, heavy rain falls like a curtain that restricts what they can perceive around them.
President of the Uniting Church in Australia Stuart McMillan has asked church members to lend their support for communities suffering in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie.
Indigenous artist Miriam Simon’s depiction of the Fifth Station of the Cross is just one of the many artworks featured in Our Mob: God’s Story.
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