Faith in the public square

The Wesley Centre for Theology, Ethics, and Public Policy will be launched next month, aiming to speak words of hope and life into the public conversation in Australia.

Reflections on Easter

As we move towards Easter, five Uniting Church figures talk about what the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ represents to them.

Easter invokes grand themes

In his Crosslight magazine column ahead of Easter, Moderator Rev David Fotheringham tells us that "God shares in our death, even as God leads us into life".

A week in the life of …

From administrative work to hosting aged care worship, and everything in between, a week in the life of Rev Michele Lees is always busy.

Blessed are the poor in spirit

During our most vulnerable moments, it is God's love that acknowledges our humanity, writes Emeritus Professor Bill Loader.

Pilgrim drives deep discussion

'Doing ministry on stolen land' was the question unpacked yesterday as Pilgrim Theological College staff and students began the academic year.

Leading fight against leprosy

Lay preacher Merrill Cole and the Eaglehawk Uniting Church congregation are working hard to support education around leprosy in countries like Nigeria.

Digging deep to help others

The St Luke's congregation in Mount Waverley lives out the ethos of Faithful Giving by lending a hand to those in need.

It’s game, set and match

Uniting Church Minister Will Nicholas and equipping Leadership for Mission team member Kelly Skilton share a love of gaming and the possibilities it opens up along the faith journey.

Synod’s focus on fair labour

The spotlight is firmly on the issue of ethical procurement, and how Uniting Church members can ensure the products they use have been made using fair, not forced, labour.

Life, love and laughter

Uniting AgeWell volunteer Tracy Barron has known difficult times, but a positive attitude has been a constant companion on her journey.

Christianity’s big questions

Rev Associate Professor Geoff Thompson from Pilgrim Theological College asks us to pause and consider some questions around what exactly is Christianity?