By Nigel Tapp
University student Laura Sykes (pictured) says she simply wants to make a difference for the world’s poor.
Rev Dr Mark Lawrence might be new to the role of General Secretary of the Synod but he is definitely not new to the Uniting Church.
Some might say the F-word gets thrown around a little too easily in church. Forgiveness. Jesus taught it’s the Christian thing to do.
Jean Yule, a much loved elder stateswoman of the Uniting Church will be remembered as a passionate advocate for women, for her practical commitment to social justice and her literary contributions to the Presbyterian Ch
Set in post-revolutionary France, Les Miserables tells the story of several individuals whose lives intertwine, leading up to the June Rebellion of 1832 (AKA the Paris Uprising).
By Megan Graham
How often do we take time to appreciate our unique and wondrous ability to create something new? Do we value all the steps along the way – the first glimmer of an idea, the way it comes together in our mi
Eleven-year-old Jemima Taylor recently travelled to India with her mother, Uniting World’s Cath Taylor, and family. Amid the poverty and hardship, she found children who wanted to play and dance – just like her.
Protesters call for an end to violence against women in India
Violence, particularly sexual abuse, is perhaps one of the most common human rights abuses in the world that leads to the death of many women.
Preparing for Pancake Day in Launceston on February 12 are (from left): UnitingCare Tasmania Chief Executive Lindy O’Neill, David Miller (Trinity UC) and Shirley Blackman (Pilgrim UC)
Throughout the last decade Pancake
The prospect of dating in the over-40 age bracket leaves many weak at the knees. It’s a time when people can find themselves unexpectedly single after divorce or the death of a partner.
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