In this feature, we share stories of baptism from around the church and look at the theological foundations of this important sacrament.
Crosslight invited three members of the synod’s community across Victoria and Tasmania to share what Easter means to them.
While churches are increasingly using social media to communicate with the wider community, the traditional message board remains a steadfast favourite.
When Lucy Moore established the first Messy Church in 2004, she never imagined it would grow into a worldwide phenomenon.
Behind the quiet façade of a brick building in Hobart is a place buzzing with activity, and a group dedicated to inviting First and Second Peoples to experience Aboriginal culture in a meaningful way.
Martin Luther has been feted, condemned, discussed and studied more than usual this year as 31 October marked the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation.
Is the uniting part over as far as churches go? In the November Crosslight feature, we look at ecumenism today.
We have consensus – Crosslight’s summary of the all sights and sounds of Synod 2017.
Rev Ann Key writes about how whole church and communities can be groomed to allow sexual, physical and psychological abuse to occur.
This month's Crosslight feature is on the diversity of Christian perspectives on dying with dignity.
Garth Jones reports on the 'Crossing' exhibition in this month's feature, a post-secular pilgrimage through the Tasmanian midlands.
The Uniting Church in Victoria and Tasmania will consider its position on the establishment of Medically Supervised Injecting Centres (MSICs) when it gathers for the September Synod meeting at Box Hill.
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