Deadly secrets

A RESEARCH report released by the Uniting Church’s Justice and International Mission (JIM) unit – Secrecy Jurisdictions, theASX100 and Public Transparency – found 61 of the top 100 Australian companies currently have sub

A Sri Lankan pilgrim tale

By Larry Marshall “Pilgrimage touches on many aspects of human existence, signifying not only a physical journey to a special place but also an inner spiritual journey.

From little things…

Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) is a small grain which is gaining international attention due to its high protein content and potential role in achieving the Millennium Development Goal to eradicate extreme poverty and hung

Support for ministers

Caravaggio’s The Incredulity of St Thomas The recent suicide of Matthew Warren, son of well-known American pastor Rick Warren (author of A Purpose Driven Life), has led many in the USA to question the role church plays i

Access for all

Di Gow and Liam It was an unseasonably warm autumn morning when I visited Tecoma Uniting Church at the foothills of the Dandenong ranges east of Melbourne.

Edith Mary Kay 08/03/1920 to 03/02/2013

Edith was a devoted member of both the Presbyterian and Uniting Church in the Yarram Parish. Before her marriage to Angus Kay, Edith was a member of the Anglican Church in the Yarram area.

Balancing act

                                The ‘struggle to juggle’ paid work and the rest of life is not new, but it is confronting many Australians