Commission For Mission
Stories that relate to the work of Commission For Mission and agencies.
The Uniting Church’s long-term campaign to stop human trafficking and forced labour in the Thai seafood industry is starting have an impact. Thailand is the main source of seafood imports into Australia.
Thanks to the generosity of hundreds of local churches, schools and businesses, UnitingCare’s Pancake Day is on track to raise more money this year than ever before.
Churches, schools and businesses throughout Australia fired up their frying pans on Tuesday for the annual UnitingCare Pancake Day.
UnitingCare Victoria and Tasmania is calling on locals to support the annual Pancake Day event on Tuesday, 9 February.
By Nigel Tapp
The UnitingCare Network Project’s Project Control Group (PCG) expects to make some significant announcements relating to a new network structure before the end of this month.
By Larry Marshall
Sri Lanka is an enigma.
By Chip Henriss
The Commission for Mission’s Next Gen tour to China has inspired its participants to build upon their life in the church.
Last month marked the launch of the 24th annual UnitingCare and Target Christmas Appeal, which has distributed more than 2 million gifts to local people who are doing it tough.
At the start of November the Presbytery of Tasmania joined a coalition of 15 community organisations to pressure the Hodgman Government to reduce the $200 million lost in Tasmania each year on pokies, before phasing out
Kildonan UnitingCare’s Diversity Project Greater Shepparton has been awarded a GLOBE Community Award for its work with young people who are same sex attracted, sex and/or gender diverse (SSASGD).
The Uniting Church is calling on Baiada to improve its labour standards after new allegations surfaced of exploitation of overseas workers.
By Larry Marshall
Fresh from a successful Melbourne concert at Haileybury College on 12 September, the Sri Lanka Harmony Choir, ConChord, was a huge hit in Sydney one week later.
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