By Lin Hatfield Dodds
National Director of UnitingCare Australia
People in politics like to quote an old German Chancellor, Otto von Bismarck, who famously said that laws are like sausages.
By Penny Mulvey
‘Lest we forget.’ Three words that have been seared into the hearts and minds of people whose nations went to war in 1914.
“Family violence is an area where – bizarrely – government organisations don’t necessarily seek the counsel of those who understand what is happening at the coalface – those who know what it is for a woman to be in an ab
Congress members Aunty Dianne Torrens (Chairperson of NSW/ACT Congress) and her husband Tim performing at a fellowship evening at the UAICC National Conference in Poatina, Tasmania.
Volunteers Bonnie Harrison, Bev Jungwirth, Fred Jungwirth, Helen Barton
For the congregation at Euroa Uniting Church, Pancake Day is all about enthusiasm for a good cause and bringing people together.
A floating market in Colombo
In October 2014 the National Christian Council of Sri Lanka (NCCSL) celebrated one hundred years of ecumenism.
The Uniting Church Synod of Victoria and Tasmania and Access Ministries will seek to mend a fractured relationship over the next eight months.
In a time of constant change – of extremist groups using social media to capture world attention; of religion, politics and power combining into a volatile cocktail threatening to redefine the Middle East and beyond – we
Mark Edmonds and Lovemore the gardener at the orphanage discussing drip irrigation installation
When Mark Edmonds (pictured left) left his busy corporate job he could have been forgiven for settling quietly into retireme
Abdul Haji, one of the first responders, helps rescues a hostage from Westgate Mall, Nairobi
ON 21 September 2013, Al Shabaab terrorists invaded Westgate Mall in the upscale neighbourhood of Westlands, Nairobi, and kille
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