Neighbourly approach to justice

The biblical commandment to ‘Love Thy Neighbour’ will fittingly be the theme of an upcoming conference on social justice.

Keeping the faith

In his latest book, Faith: Embracing life in all its uncertainty, Tim Costello explores the role of faith in the world today.

Young Muslim helps JIM conference build bridges

DENISSE SANDOVAL 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.

Surrendering to an overwhelming sense of Welcome

An emotional Welcome to Country ceremony set the scene for the recent Surrender conference, where hundreds of Christians from a wide variety of denominations gathered to be inspired, equipped and challenged to embody Ch

Students speak up on justice

Claudia McSwain and Emily Hill “If you had to leave home, for fear of being killed, what would you take with you?” This was the question asked by Mohammed from Lentara Uniting Care when he spoke to 50 school students fro

Singing for social justice

TIM LAM Uniting Church members in the Warrnambool region are using the power of song to bring about social change.

Synod family camps

The March long weekend is traditionally a time of camping in the Uniting Church. The Synod Social Justice Family camp at Adekate is in its sixth year.

Vision for Australia

Justice and International Mission (JIM) unit staff member Denisse Sandoval is working with congregations in a new initiative to empower them to create social change.

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