Anzac and Synod 2013

Thanks AS a mover of the original synod proposal in 2011, my thanks to Mark Zirnsak and other committee members for the production of the report on Afghanistan, with its careful suggestions about developing a just peace.

Letting go

WELL, at the time of writing this I have been your Moderator for two weeks.

Slapstick genius

  One Man, Two Guvnors By Richard Bean, Arts Centre Melbourne Playhouse until 22 June Review by Penny Mulvey   Owain Arthur ONE Man, Two Guvnors is pure old fashioned, slapstick comedy exquisitely performed.

Trading places

Holy Switch Compass ABC1 Review by Larry Marshall WOULD you swap your Christian home for two weeks and step into the shoes of a Hindu, a Buddhist, a Muslim or a Jew? Are you adventurous enough to discover the unknown an

Art with heart

WESLEY Fire and Clay is a social enterprise and disability day program of Wesley Mission Victoria, which provides supported employment opportunities for up to 41 people living with a disability.

Two principals

ANDY Müller was installed as the new principal of Launceston’s Scotch Oakburn College, a Uniting Church day and boarding school Andrew Barr following his installation at Geelong College for boys and girls in April.

Deadly secrets

A RESEARCH report released by the Uniting Church’s Justice and International Mission (JIM) unit – Secrecy Jurisdictions, theASX100 and Public Transparency – found 61 of the top 100 Australian companies currently have sub

A Sri Lankan pilgrim tale

By Larry Marshall “Pilgrimage touches on many aspects of human existence, signifying not only a physical journey to a special place but also an inner spiritual journey.

From little things…

Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) is a small grain which is gaining international attention due to its high protein content and potential role in achieving the Millennium Development Goal to eradicate extreme poverty and hung

Edith Mary Kay 08/03/1920 to 03/02/2013

Edith was a devoted member of both the Presbyterian and Uniting Church in the Yarram Parish. Before her marriage to Angus Kay, Edith was a member of the Anglican Church in the Yarram area.