Making political sense of Easter

(L- R) Paulo Kwajakwan, Paul Aleu Dau and Nathaniel Atem                                     By Paul Aleu Dau Nathaniel Akoi Atem

Community building

If it is true that the Hobart North Uniting Church, on the fringe of the city’s central business district, had previously been invisible in one of the city’s best known restaurant strips, it is certainly not the case now

Guilt-free chocolate

                                The 2014 Easter Slavery-Free Chocolate Campaign was officially launched in late February at Penleigh and Es

Liberating Jesus

In recent times, I have conducted ministries in Britain and Australia. There is a decline in church membership and attendance in both countries, and the decline is rapid.

Libs win Tasmania

Tasmanians overwhelmingly endorsed the Liberal Party in the State election on 15 March.

Fun folk

Cranbourne Uniting Church’s monthly Folk Uniting Nights (FUN) is set to host internationally renowned guitar virtuoso Ken Nicol (ex-Steeleye Span) on Sunday 4 May.

Family camp

Ruben Phillips and Roman Beckford Saunders enjoying the family camp Nearly 90 people (aged from 18 months to 70 years and older) gathered at Adekate campsite in Creswick over the March long weekend to spend time together

AFL ‘Pilot’ Decision

I know I’m always going on about the early Christians and how they taught that the way of Jesus is a path of subtraction more than addition. Indeed, they strove hard to become loving, forgiving, kind, and compassionate.

Pancakes help find homes for the homeless

Throughout the month of March more than 400 Pancake Day events were held in schools, churches and community organisations to help raise money for UnitingCare’s Homelessness programs.