Uniting Journeys North India tour

The Uniting Journeys program will visit North India next month for a 14-day tour. This is the third trip to India and continues to strengthen the synod’s relationship with its partner church in North India.

One of the greatest challenges facing India today is social inequality. Some of the country’s most marginalised groups – such as Dalits, ...

Wesley Mission Victoria joins UnitingCare Network Project

Wesley Mission Victoria (WMV) will join the UnitingCare Network Project (UCNP) following approval from the Uniting Church Synod Standing Committee at its March meeting. It confirms Wesley as the 26th UnitingCare agency to be part of the network.

In announcing the news, Bob Hodges, Chair of the UCNP Project Control Group, and Sue Norman, Chair of WMV, said the best ...

A heart for chaplaincy


As the coordinator of chaplaincy at Epworth Hospital in Richmond, Rev Lauren Mosso is continuing a decades-long church relationship with the hospital.

“The role of chaplain and pastoral care coordinator has been held by a Uniting Church (or Methodist) minister down through the ages. There’s a chain of people of whom I’m very proud to ...

Letters to the editor – April

Mardi Gras march

On Saturday 5 March, Sydney’s Oxford Street was awash with rainbows and glitter and filled with music for the annual Mardi Gras parade. On one float, 70 people marched with Uniting Network – the LGBTIQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer) members in the Uniting Church and our friends, families, and supporters.

Marchers met in Pitt ...

Share awarded for excellence

Share has won a major gong after it clinched the Fundraising Institute of Australia (FIA) National Gifts in Wills Award of Excellence.

The winners were announced at a gala dinner yesterday with Share selected for their program which encourages donors to make a commitment to restore life, joy and hope to people who are disadvantaged or ...