Cold comfort for many

With your support, Uniting Vic.Tas will continue its outstanding work and help more than 9000 families in crisis this winter.

Amalgamation right on Kew

Three congregations with a 'shared commitment around mission’ have joined forces to build a better future.

It’s access all areas

How a strong communication and engagement process among staff members meant that one shop ensured it was open for business for all customers.

The right frame of mind

Why do some people with mental health issues feel marginalised by the Church, and what can we do to correct that?

Synod farewells Sharon Hollis

Former Moderator Sharon Hollis was farewelled yesterday at Wesley Place as she prepares to take over as National Assembly President in July.

Journey continues towards reconciliation

Ahead of National Reconciliation Week, UAICC Leprena Centre manager Alison Overeem and Moderator Denise Liersch urge First and Second Peoples to embark on the journey together towards a better understanding.

Camp makes a statement

The Uluru Statement from the Heart, and the role it can play in promoting dialogue between First and Second Nations people, was the focus of a camp held in regional Victoria recently.

QR codes are now mandatory

From today, churches must abide by a Victorian Government COVID-19 directive ensuring accurate attendance records are kept through the use of a QR code. Here is what you need to know.

Helen is never bone idle

Regular exercise at an AgeWell gym and participation in a groundbreaking study have Hawthorn resident Helen Malins ready for her next big adventure.

Cookbook still tasting success

For more than a century, The PWMU Cookbook has been a staple item in kitchens right around Australia, with money from sales funding mission projects around the world.