Over the past few months our television screens and newspapers have been filled with appalling stories of brutality visited upon children – Palestinian children dying in the Gaza Strip; children butchered by members of t
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By Megan Graham
Nicholas Boseley, cultural education manager at Narana
Recent news coverage celebrating Patty Mills, who in June became the first Indigenous Australian to win an NBA championship, has been enthusiastic an
The old saying states that neither religion nor politics should be discussed in polite company.
As the Uniting our future program enters the relocation and resettlement phase, some congregations are facing the reality of leaving much-loved churches.
Anyone who has ever spent time in an institution – be it a hospital, military training college, boarding school or an aged care facility – knows that meal times can be very regimented.
by Nigel Tapp
Uniting AgeWell is now able to offer Tasmanian Meals on Wheels recipients a more enjoyable dining experience thanks to an $80,000 grant from the Tasmanian Community Fund.
Brooke and Luca
A Lenten Appeal grant last year led to an extensive research project looking at the issue of teenage pregnancy in Northern Tasmania.
WHEN foreign conflicts flicker on our TV screens, our attention is often quickly pushed to the next ad break or reality renovation, singing or cooking show.
Di Gow and Liam
It was an unseasonably warm autumn morning when I visited Tecoma Uniting Church at the foothills of the Dandenong ranges east of Melbourne.
While some may baulk at the cost of seafood, few realise the price paid by some of the poorest and most vulnerable people in the world.
There has been disquiet in the Uniting Church for decades now about the inequities between the independent schools that carry its name and the schools in the government sector.
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