Why this land is not ours

Head of Pilgrim Theological College Rev Dr Sean Winter says the Old Testament has a prophetic warning to Australia.

UCA calls for end of gas tax loophole

Gas producers aren’t paying a fair share of tax and the government’s plans to cut back their future concessions do not go far enough, Synod’s Senior Social Justice Advocate Mark Zirnsak says.

A voice for justice and hope

The Uniting Church in Australia has released a comprehensive vision for a just, compassionate and inclusive nation ahead of the looming federal election.

Help them get their hands dirty

As part Uniting’s 2019 Lenten Offering, Benalla Uniting Church is asking for support to help its community garden reach full bloom.

Plenty to cheer about for Pilgrim graduates

Pilgrim Theological College's contingent of graduates might not have been the largest cohort attending Friday's University of Divinity ceremony but what they lacked in numbers they and their invitees made up for in volum

UCA marchers join climate class action

Uniting Church members and staff marched through the streets of Melbourne in solidarity with about 40,000 striking students demanding action on climate change.

UC Camping shows its heart

UC’s Grantville Lodge is hosting next year’s Heartkids Teen Camp, a special gathering for up to 150 teenagers living with congenital heart disease.

Narana honours founder Uncle Vince Ross

The Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre has honoured its founder, Vince Ross, and restated his dream of reconciliation through deeper cultural understanding at a naming ceremony attended by Synod Moderator Sharon Hollis an

Fighting leprosy ‘a calling from God’

A person is diagnosed with leprosy every two minutes but it is completely curable and you can help hundreds of thousands escape the disease's suffering and stigma.

Ten years of building fences and friendships

Next month the barbecue-stopping stories will ones of despair, hope and resilience as a Uniting Church volunteer support group commemorates its 10th year anniversary in the wake of the devastating Black Saturday bushfire

A congregation explores collage

A makeshift group of Brunswick Uniting Church members were recently asked to follow their art and ended up somewhere unexpected.