Hope and heartache

Uniting Church leaders reflect on the Covenanting Statement, which turns 30 next month. The article features an image of an indigenous person who has died.

Chapter closed on camping

The Synod of Victoria and Tasmania's decision last year to sell its camping sites brought back a host of memories for those who enjoyed great times spent outdoors.

Congregation powers on

Queenscliff-Point Lonsdale congregation members are embracing renewable energy in the fight against climate change.

Commitment and community

Warrnambool Uniting Church's strong missional commitment to the local community, and beyond, lies at the heart of what makes it such a wonderful congregation.

Sounds like a fine effort

Bruce Steele and his wonderful organ playing have been a part of North Balwyn Uniting Church for the past 40 years.

Democracy in the spotlight

As inequality in Australia grows, people with little money have less of a say in how we are governed. The Synod's Justice and International Mission Cluster wants to change that.

Bush chaplains go extra mile

Frontier Services' bush chaplains continue to go above and beyond the call of duty around regional and remote Australia.

Spread warmth this winter

Prahran's Hartley’s Community Meals has provided a sense of community and connection for over 30 years for those doing it tough.

‘You can just call me Ray’

Rev Ray Outhred turned 100 recently, has lived a wonderful and fulfilling life and continues to spread the word of God to everyone he meets.

Organ keys opened door

Edna McCormack loves what the small Hadspen Uniting Church congregation in Tasmania brings to the wider community.

Action stations on Act2 report

The final report of the Act2 Project has been released to 17th Assembly members and the wider Uniting Church ahead of July's Assembly meeting.