Rallying to a feminist way of thinking

It’s not every seminar session that encompasses questions of Christology, gender, race and Serena Williams but that’s what happened last Friday afternoon during the With All Due Respect: Theology, Feminism and Conflict

Choosing understanding over fear

People from 14 countries and regions gathered in Jakarta last month for YATRA (Youth in Asia Training in Religious Amity)

Face to face

The new About FACE program will be held from 3-20 January next year.

Languages matter

A multicultural church is a multilingual church, writes Rev Swee Ann Koh, director of the synod's intercultural unit.

The wander years

The Grey Nomad phenomenon shows no sign of slowing down as Baby Boomers retire from the workforce but still feel fit and active enough to travel around Australia for extended periods of time staying in their caravans or

Lobbyist sit-in secures meeting with minister

Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg has agreed to meet with faith leaders opposing the Carmichael coal mine after a six-hour sit-in protest of prayer and worship was staged on Tuesday at his office building in east Melb