Moderator Denise Liersch reflects on the carol 'O Little Town of Bethlehem' and how it speaks to the sense of disconnect many are feeling this Christmas.
Scotch Oakburn College's annual Micah 6:8 Award for outstanding leadership has been presented to Year 10 student Harry Birchmore.
The Boroondara Community Outreach service has been recognised with a prestigious award for its wonderful work providing meals and other services during the COVID-19 crisis.
The spirit of Christmas, and all the joy that it brings, has the ability to bring out the very best in people, says retired Hobart minister Rev Dr Bob Faser.
“In Advent, we hear the cries of the prophets, and are invited to join in their hopes for a world restored,” Denise Liersch says.
Faith community members in Tasmania had plenty to celebrate last Sunday as they gathered to mark the 200th anniversary of the arrival of Methodist mission to the Apple Isle.
Uniting Vic.Tas is calling for volunteers to assist refugees and asylum seekers about to be released from community detention with accommodation and employment.
Christmas is almost upon us and there is nothing better than the gift of giving during this special time of year. Even better, your gift for that special person can help others less fortunate.
Our traditional understandings of worship are being challenged, but that doesn’t mean we should be wary of them. These conversations are necessary for the church to move forward.
Leprena Centre Manager Alison Overeem has written a poetic reflection for NAIDOC Week, asking that we learn the history of First Peoples and hear and honour their stories.
"I'm all too aware that it is often the difficult things that we need to work through that become the greatest sources of growth for us," David writes
Claire Dawe says “this has been a difficult time, but I am continually reminded of the importance of being present in whatever way possible, as well as the power of words of scripture.
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