Degrees of commitment

At an individual level we can start to tackle climate change by living simpler, which accords with the way Jesus taught us to be.

Live cross

Alan Ray reviews 'But what if she’d said ‘No’?' by Catherine E. Laufer.

For the sake of our children

Have our readings and interpretations of the Bible taken into consideration the impact they might have on children?

Faithful responses

Alan Ray reviews 'A faith to live by (Volume 2)' by Roland Ashby.

ReGen wins award

Uniting Vic.Tas’s Mother and Baby Residential Withdrawal Service has been recognised with an Excellence in Women’s Health award.

Listening post

Rev David Howie is a UCA chaplain at the Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH). We asked him what he has learned in the three years he’s been there.

Being there for asylum seekers

Uniting Church agencies are calling for help in supporting asylum seekers attempting to make a new life in Australia.

Centenary of tears for Tasmania

Tasmanians have been remembering the terrible toll of World War I in this year's centenary commemoration of the Armistice signing.

Committed to a climate conscious lifestyle

A new campaign is challenging Uniting Church members and people from other faith traditions to live a more environmentally aware lifestyle according to their religious teachings and help save the planet.

Connected to country

A new landscape project at the Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress (UAICC) Leprena Centre in Hobart aims to immerse visitors into the First Peoples’ cultural connection to country.