A spacious hope

In this short poem, Gospel Ralte reflects on the resilience of refugees and asylum seekers searching for a new life that is free from persecution.

There are rules…

By Karel Reus  Hey Poet, there are rules, you know! Our world is built on logic, chains of causes and effects, invariant laws, structures, deductions and conclusions.

Married to the mob

A poem dedicated to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and their kin by Russell Hawkins

Meditation on the UCA 40th Anniversary

Karel Reus, a member of Armadale Uniting Church wrote this prayer and meditation for the congregation’s service of recognition for the UCA’s 40th anniversary.

Poetry – JUMPING OUT THE CHRISTENDOM BOX

JUMPING OUT THE CHRISTENDOM BOX  (1) (A Spirit Pilgrimage) i have lived my years within the overarching umbrella of Christendom worn-down to the rusting wires by now but still THERE as a controlling spirit for close to

On doubt

In March, the Justice and International Mission Unit hosted a Social Justice Forum at Aitken College. The theme explored during the day was “Our Global Neighbour.

A Easter poem

Mary, Mary get up, it’s Easter morning the One you loved is waiting in the garden His empty tomb is guarded by an angel who will tell you that Christ the Lord is risen.

Sisters song

Martha welcomed you to her house. She gave you food to eat. And while she fed your body, Mary sat at your feet. Lord, you welcome us to your house.

A birth in Bethlehem

By Bill Pugh Christmas again. Refreshingly new every time we listen to the story. It inspires poetry, songs of praise and artists. It is pictured in cathedrals, churches and chapel design.