The Crosslight Arts section showcases poetry and artwork created by Uniting Church members. Click on the pictures below to read the poems in full. If you have poetry, writing or illustrations that you would like to submit, please send them to email@example.com.
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.
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.
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.
By Rowan Gill
Two years ago in these columns I said I would study Italian opera to see if we could learn some models of worship for Christian hymnody, etc.
Karin TillWalk the TalkScreen shot from video
Caught in the Moment is the second group exhibition by the VicTas Art and Spirituality Network.
Matilda George and Frankie Alexandrou
The Uniting Church Chelsea parish is engaging its local community in conversations about climate change through a series of colourful yarn art installations.
The Blackburn North/Nunawading Uniting Church has arranged a musical afternoon to celebrate the recent installation of the former Carey Fincham pipe organ. This will be held at 2.
Music For David is an Uniting AgeWell program set up in memory of Rev David Hodges AM.
Winchelsea Uniting Church Social Committee will be hosting the 16th Winchelsea Uniting Church Art & Photography Show from Friday 30 October to Monday 2 November.
I mused upon the weeds one day, upon the torn and ravaged ground. Their healing fronds and trailing leaves, repairing torn and damaged space. I mused from window set on high, on field of rusting dusty past.
River – ‘Hand Drawn with Mouse’ Digital Art by Margaret Gambold.
THE QUIET PLACES
Show me the quiet places Lord,
Where I can find your peace.
Take me beyond the noisiness
of life’s relentless beat.
By Bill Pugh
Half Moon Bay, Black Rock. Cliffs surround sand and sea making an amphitheatre. An experience whatever the season. A family place for summer days.
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