There have been extraordinary scenes in the US Capitol building in Washington.
In the early morning hours of 27 April 1996, a weary Australian educator and a disheartened social worker from Africa met at the breakfast bar of a café on 500 West Broadway, San Diego.
A lot of media coverage last week was devoted to the subject of home invasions by a gang of car thieves.
Last month we spoke with four Uniting Church volunteers who devote countless hours to serving their congregations and communities.
Mobile ministry, an innovative placement idea, hopes it can soon offer support to country churches throughout the Loddon Mallee region.
If experience is the best teacher, Rev Ros McDonald has certainly learnt how to cope with change.
Book | The Road to Ruin: how Tony Abbott and Peta Credlin destroyed their own government | Niki Savva
Review by DEB BENNETT
Part memoir, part political reportage, The Road to Ruin is above all else an insightful glimpse
As the coordinator of chaplaincy at Epworth Hospital in Richmond, Rev Lauren Mosso is continuing a decades-long church relationship with the hospital.
Film | Spotlight | M
Review by Deb Bennett
Nominated for six Academy Awards, Spotlight is a true-life movie that can be appreciated on many levels.
Churches offer sanctuary to asylum seekers
Uniting Churches throughout the country have joined with Anglican churches to offer sanctuary for asylum seekers at risk of being sent to offshore detention facilities on the is
“Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.
By Deb Bennett
On the morning of December 14, 2012, Kaitlin Roig-Debellis posted a photo of the sunrise on her Facebook page before heading off to work.
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