Uniting our future

Property evaluation framework and process By Robert Costa Chairperson Uniting our future Project Control Group The Project Control Group (PCG) has endorsed a property evaluation framework and consultative process, both

Building relationships

‘Aioema ‘Atiola Guests from around Australia and abroad gathered at the Sydney Hilton Hotel in June and immersed themselves in the colourful world of international volunteering.

Korean church turns 40

Australia’s oldest Korean church, the Korean Church of Melbourne, recently celebrated its 40th anniversary. The Church held its inaugural service at Burwood Presbyterian Church on the 8 July 1973.

A place to remember

A memorial service for truck drivers who lost their lives on the job was recently held at the Alexandra Truck, Rod and Ute Show.

Cooking for a cause

As spring approaches, BBQs across Australia will fire up for a good cause when the Frontier Services Great Outback BBQ begins in September.

Discipleship – a call into suffering?

The Uniting Church Studies Program is offered annually by the Centre for Theology and Ministry as an intensive program. It explores the history, theology, polity and priorities of the Uniting Church.

Pennies from heaven

How much good could you do with $100? Rather than a hypothetical question, this became a challenge for the members of Ringwood Uniting Church recently.

Faith leaders turn the heat up on climate policy

Jacqui Remond (Spokesperson for Archbishop Philip Wilson), Rev Dr Brian Brown (Uniting Church Synod NSW/ACT), Prof Nihal Agar (Hindu Council), Graeme Lyall (Amitabha Buddhist Assoc.

You count

As well as responding to requests to support various exciting events around the Church, I sometimes get to initiate projects that I think are important.

Wisdom’s Feast – honey for the soul

By Penny Mulvey New Testament scholar, prolific author and former Bishop of Durham, Professor NT Wright (pictured), presented the JD Northey Lectures at Wisdom’s Feast last month.