As the relocation phase of the properties divested as part of the Uniting our future program continues, affected congregations are each contending with unique situations and have stories to tell.
Jobs, the economy and the importance of a strong majority government have dominated Tasmania’s 2014 State election campaign – and nothing will change between now and polling day on March 15.
A holiday break often brings much needed perspective. To be removed from the daily demands and placed into a different context can bring with it rest and renewal.
Members of the Assembly of the Uniting Church will join together next month for a week of prayer and fasting to demonstrate support for Australia’s First Peoples.
Bouncing Back Later in Life: On How to Age Well and Overcome Difficulties
Review by Bessy Andriotis
UnitingCare Victoria and Tasmania
“Well it’s the old story. People never tell you how to get old.
Solomon Northrup /
from Saratoga Springs, free papers in my pocket, violin /
under arm, my new friends Brown and Hamilton by my side
The Abduction, Rita Dove
In his review for Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave, the cre
“Theological students always need more pizza and conversation. Well, I know I did,” Rohan Pryor, lay leadership educator at the Centre for Theology and Ministry (CTM) said.
Lanterns at Dusk? Preaching after Modernity
By Bruce Barber
Uniting Academic Press 2013
Review by Rev Dr Craig Thompson
In an age when large parts of the church are distracted by the question of what to do, Bruce Barbe
One of the most illuminating things I have ever read was a story about artist Paul Gauguin, who began working life as a successful businessman and stockbroker in Paris.
In the Aboriginal Dreamtime, the all-father of the Kulin people is known as Bunjil who, after having created the lands and the people, flew up with his wives and sons into the tharingbek (sky or heavens) to become the ea
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