A story that draws in the arts

Christmas art play Christmas is a time steeped in tradition, smothered by commercial interests, preserved by sentimentality and – somewhere among the noise – inspired by one of the central stories of the Christian faith.

The price of telling the truth

MOVIE  l  Kill the Messenger  l  M “You want the truth? You can’t handle the truth.” I was reminded of this oft-quoted line from the movie A Few Good Men when watching the newly released film Kill the Messenger.

United in truth

Nadia Bolz-Weber (pictured). The stories of some delegates can be viewed on the conference website at www.unitingwomen.org.

Melbourne’s faithful gather in the aftermath of MH17

Shadows cast across the high ceiling of St Paul’s Cathedral combined with the echoing sounds of the Choir of Trinity College to create a true sense of ceremony at a Multifaith Service for Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 l

NAIDOC week at Narana

Congress Resource Worker, Rev Vladimir Korotkov with Lindi Dietzel, who delivers training to organisations working with Indigenous people, at a NAIDOC week event at Narana last year.

Narana: A place of pride

By Megan Graham Nicholas Boseley, cultural education manager at Narana Recent news coverage celebrating Patty Mills, who in June became the first Indigenous Australian to win an NBA championship, has been enthusiastic an

The life in our years

Gus (Ansel Elgort) and Hazel (Shailene Woodley) in The Fault In Our Stars MOVIE  l  Fault in our Stars  l  M ‘It’s the life in your years not the years in your life’ could have been an alternative working title for the n

Church camps: a chance for inclusion

Cross Cultural Mission and Ministry (CCMM) Second Gen Youth Leadership Camp The Uniting Church has a long and proud history of holding annual camps to bring members together in a spirit of community with the vision of th

Double or nothing?

Jesse Eisenberg in The Double MOVIE  l  The Double  l M l As I watched, I wondered if I was supposed to understand what, exactly, was going on.

Gathering in artful abundance

At the 2012 Tasmania presbytery gathering, Artfull Faith project coordinator Christina Rowntree led attendees in reflecting on abundant life, creativity and joy through artistic expression.