Undeterred by the sudden arrival of wintery weather, 80 people attended the UCA VicTas moderator’s luncheon panel at St Stephen’s Wodonga titled ‘Courage roars quietly’.
When Anam Javed from the Islamic Council of Victoria heard about the Manchester bombing last Monday, she braced herself for the deluge of hostile phone calls the organisation would inevitably receive.
The Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) has called for peace and interfaith unity following the declaration of martial law on the island of Mindanao in southern Philippines.
The side wall of the Uniting Church’s synod offices at 130 Lt Collins St is being turned into a visual meditation on what we see and what we don’t.
It’s Reconciliation Week again. This year we’re remembering some big milestones.
Fifty years since the referendum that included First Australians in the census.
For the third time in a decade, the Tasmanian parliament has rejected a Bill that would have allowed adults to voluntarily end their lives, under certain conditions, with a lethal drug.
Synod’s Victorian Archives is making it easier for those who were in the care of church-affiliated babies and children’s homes to find out more about their past.
There will be no new printings or editions of Together in Song (Australian Hymn Book II), the hymn book most widely used in the Uniting Church.
The President of the Uniting Church in Australia Stuart McMillan has condemned as ‘inflammatory’ and ‘deplorable’ comments made by federal Immigration Minister Peter Dutton.
Some of Australia’s best Indigenous singers will take to the stage at Narana on Saturday 3 June for the third instalment of Narana Unplugged.
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