A history of abuse and self-destructive behaviour led Jeanne Beale to believe she "would never be good enough", until the words of Jesus spoken to a similarly shamed woman "unlocked the cell within me".
Congregations struggling to prepare a traditional service every Sunday without a minister might look to the simplicity of the early Church, writes Rev Rose Broadstock.
The coronavirus has been weaponised to allow some people to be openly racist, writes Synod's Intercultural Unit Director Rev Swee Ann Koh.
Joedy Meers speaks about her experience of being a person with a disability within the church.
The ways in which the Church engages with children has come a long way from traditional Sunday school. Now it’s a lot more fun, but still with a touch of class.
This year, with COVID-19 preventing Christians from celebrating together in person, we are all invited to show our spirit through social media.
Ellaine Downie and her husband were holidaying in Gippsland over the New Year break and simply weren't prepared for what would unfold over the next five days.
In partnership with Uniting Vic.Tas, our Synod continues to be actively involved in assisting communities ravaged by the current bushfires.
Synod of Victoria and Tasmania Moderator Rev Denise Liersch has updated her pastoral letter in response to the catastrophic bushfires.
Presbytery of Gippsland Minister Rev Jennie Gordon offers this prayer of blessing from the centre of the East Gippsland fire zone for all affected by the bushfire crisis.
Using the virgin birth to concoct a doctrine that connected sex with sin has plagued the church for centuries and done untold damage to generations of women in particular, Robyn Whitaker writes.
Why are there traditionally three wise men? Where does St Nicholas come from? Test out your knowledge with our special Christmas quiz.
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