THROUGHOUT the Uniting Church, thousands of hours are devoted each year to serving on committees. Without the dedication of such volunteers very little would actually be achieved within the church.
By Michael Walsh
[Dropping Mr Henslowe’s feet in hot coals.
EVERY day, five days a week, Dan Wootton walks four kilometres to his local station and catches the train to work.
A FLASH mob, poetry readings and laughter about our cultural idiosyncrasies were among the highlights of a significant Synod meeting that decided by agreement to support special circumstances to ensure the financial sust
By April Robinson and Larry Marshall
Uniting Through Faiths – Synod of UCA
ON a warm sun-kissed autumnal day, we head out to the seaside at Frankston.
I’VE just finished class. It’s nearly 3 pm. Wednesdays are always busy – university from 9 am to 3 pm and I won’t be home until 9:45 pm tonight.
I AM currently studying at Australian Catholic University, where I find myself as the only non-school teacher in a room of teachers and the only non-Catholic in a room of Catholics.
AS a mover of the original synod proposal in 2011, my thanks to Mark Zirnsak and other committee members for the production of the report on Afghanistan, with its careful suggestions about developing a just peace.
‘Oh, but anyway, Toto, we’re home. Home! And this is my room, and you’re all here.
WELL, at the time of writing this I have been your Moderator for two weeks.
Review by Andrew Juma
OF THE major pandemics afflicting the world, leprosy is probably the one forgotten by mainstream society.
One Man, Two Guvnors
By Richard Bean, Arts Centre Melbourne Playhouse until 22 June
Review by Penny Mulvey
ONE Man, Two Guvnors is pure old fashioned, slapstick comedy exquisitely performed.
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