Unable to enter aged-care facilities during the pandemic, chaplains came up with some innovative ways to stay connected with residents.
Easter Sunday was an appropriate day on which to welcome new life, in the form of Kew Uniting Church.
A new chaplaincy centre that was 40 years in the making has opened to assist people in western Victoria.
Between them, Kim Searle and her great-grandfather have more or less preached continuously in the same church for 122 years.
Moderator Denise Liersch’s Easter message invites us to get personal. “Being known and called by name makes us into people considered by others as being of value and of worth. It includes us, holds us and enfolds us.
The Uniting Church prides itself on how it embraces women in positions of leadership, including ministry. Three female ministers, from Victoria and Tasmania, share their stories of being 'women in ministry'.
Organising the first ever online Synod Meeting presented plenty of challenges, but those responsible succeeded with fantastic teamwork.
Ahead of Easter Day, Moderator Denise Liersch invites us to experience the life of the risen Christ and celebrate the limitless possibilities of life in God.
An app to be launched later this month provides an opportunity for people to share faith and explore new forms of church.
The final day of Synod 2021 involved the election of Standing Committee members, a discussion on covenanting and reports from Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress committees and National Assembly.
Day two of Synod 2021 featured the announcement of David Fotheringham as the next Moderator and a discussion on challenges facing the Synod, while a number of proposals and reports were supported and presented.
Day one of Synod 2021 featured an address from Moderator Denise Liersch, Synod Business Committee proceedings and an introduction to Moderator-elect candidates David Fotheringham, Rachel Kronberger and Cameron McAdam.
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