Hope shines in dark times

As our resilience is tested during the COVID-19 pandemic, Moderator Denise Liersch encourages us to remember that it is our faith that sustains us.

Giving birth to blessings

In the era of COVID-19, Minister Jennie Gordon says our task is how to live when our expectations are sometimes challenged.

Takes the world to raise a child

The impact of COVID-19 throughout Australia and the world means we need to reconsider how we connect with each other, says retired Minister John Evans.

Life in the COVID-19 bubble

Two weeks in hotel quarantine in Far North Queensland gave Synod communications officer Andrew Humphries plenty of time to ponder the role of faith in the era of COVID-19.

Climate is right for change

As Christians, we are called by God to work towards mitigating climate change as a matter of faith, says Moderator Denise Liersch.

Caring goes to a new level

Pastoral carers within the Uniting Church have stepped up in a big way during difficult circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, says consultant and educator Lynne Robertson.

Let’s pull together on pandemic

As COVID-19 continues to impact us greatly, it's vital we all consider vaccination as our pathway to greater freedom, says Moderator Denise Liersch.

Sharon takes up the challenge

As she takes her first steps in the role, new President Sharon Hollis says UCA must continue to engage with First Peoples and embrace its multicultural communities.

It’s a good habit to get into

A growing number of people are embracing a relatively new concept of prayer called Holy Habits, based around getting into the Acts for a new way of worshipping.

All in the family for Laurenne

Ballarat's Laurenne Robertson and her family share a special relationship with the city's Neil Street Uniting Church.

It’s time to raise our ‘sites’

Many of our churches that were built for communities that no longer exist as they once did can enrich congregations and communities in ways not previously possible.

Putting the ‘I’ in Uniting

A new book chronicles the lived experience of 21 members of the Uniting Church. Their reflections are honest, insightful, illuminating and sometimes inspiring. These are some edited extracts.