Allan Kerss, Iris Whitehurst, Mary Burbidge and Elaine Peck
Sitting at the table with four women from St Stephen’s Williamstown Uniting Church feels a little like intruding on a wake.
Since 1955, young people from across the Uniting Church have gathered in different states for the National
Connections CEO Angela Forbes, Dieter Knierim and Connections Chairperson Fiona Hanlon
Young filmmaker Dieter Knierim is this year’s recipient of the Connections UnitingCare Anti-Poverty Award.
Richard Denniss, head of the Australian Institute, told Uniting Church members at the Melbourne Justice and International Mission convention that companies have realised the ‘greed is good’ mantra no longer washes with t
Communities of faith come in many shapes and sizes and I have been fortunate enough to be gathered into two new ones this year.
With a cast stuffed with recognisable faces from Australian film and television – Aaron Pedersen, Jack Thompson, Ryan Kwanten, Hugo Weaving, Bruce Spence and David Field to name just a few – Mystery Road also features st
We, the people of St Columbas have been chosen.
Our church, our halls, our kindergarten, our tennis courts and our manse are to be sold to pay off your debt.
“It’s unjust! You should fight.
Volunteers at work
Twenty-six properties in Yarra Yarra Presbytery are listed for divestment.
Christian Aid is using the image of Russian dolls as many of those involved in money laundering and tax dodging keep their money in phantom firms – a complex network of trusts and shell companies – in order to conceal th
By Paul Williams
“Or does the land dance the dancer?” This was a question put to me by artful faith coordinator Christina Rowntree, in discussion of one of the exhibits in the ‘conceal reveal’ exhibition recently held a
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