Ahead of Easter Day, Moderator Denise Liersch invites us to experience the life of the risen Christ and celebrate the limitless possibilities of life in God.
The final day of Synod 2021 involved the election of Standing Committee members, a discussion on covenanting and reports from Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress committees and National Assembly.
Day two of Synod 2021 featured the announcement of David Fotheringham as the next Moderator and a discussion on challenges facing the Synod, while a number of proposals and reports were supported and presented.
Day one of Synod 2021 featured an address from Moderator Denise Liersch, Synod Business Committee proceedings and an introduction to Moderator-elect candidates David Fotheringham, Rachel Kronberger and Cameron McAdam.
There is a crisis in our community that has gone unreported and, as a result, is unnoticed. And it involves children - vulnerable children. The matter is widespread and urgent and help is needed. Now.
As the Uniting Church's structures and responsibilities change over time, it's important to adapt and explore the opportunities presented, writes Synod Liaison Minister for Tasmania, Rohan Pryor.
What is faith? How would you define it? Are faith and belief one and the same thing? What would the world look like without faith? So many questions, but all the answers lie within.
Moderator Denise Liersch welcomes a new year and the opportunity for us to work together as one to embrace God's spirit.
This month's Synod 2021 will see a Moderator-elect chosen to replace Denise Liersch in 2022. Meet candidates David Fotheringham, Rachel Kronberger and Cameron McAdam.
Uniting Church minister Alistair Macrae is returning his 2017 Australia Day honour in protest over the upgrading of an award to tennis great Margaret Court, despite her controversial anti-LGBTI comments.
Bairnsdale Uniting Church member John Butler's community work has been recognised in this year's Australia Day honours.
As Australians celebrate their national day, two outstanding men are leading the fight to ensure Aboriginal voices are heard loud and clear.
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