Kicking goals all the way

At time when good news can seem in short supply the debut of the women’s AFL competition over the weekend has been such a success it even caught organisers by surprise.

February 2017 Crosslight now available

Seven-year-old Tyeisha is a key member of the Dusty Feet Mob, a group of Aboriginal young people and children aged between 6-29 years, from South Australia’s Port Augusta.

Future proof

More than a thousand people from throughout the Uniting Church community took part in the five days of worship, teaching, fellowship and fun at the National Christian Youth Convent

Footy prayer

Julie Perrin watched the AFL Women’s match at Princes Park along with other Uniting Church ministers.

Trump: Respect or Resistance?

For this week’s Friday Forum Robyn Whitaker and Sean Winter respond to an article in the The Age by Barney Zwartz on the Christian approach to the Trump presidency.

Keeping laws robust to fight racism

The Uniting Church has told a parliamentary inquiry into free speech that it is more vital than ever to keep strong laws against racial vilification.

What binds us together

Christians, Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists celebrate a mulitfaith service together.