The Uniting Church Studies Program is offered annually by the Centre for Theology and Ministry as an intensive program. It explores the history, theology, polity and priorities of the Uniting Church.
How much good could you do with $100?
Rather than a hypothetical question, this became a challenge for the members of Ringwood Uniting Church recently.
The Victorian Inter-Church Gambling Taskforce is seeking would-be Miss Marples or Sherlock Holmes to visit pokie venues and tell the Taskforce about how the venues are making cash readily available to gamblers.
Jacqui Remond (Spokesperson for Archbishop Philip Wilson), Rev Dr Brian Brown (Uniting Church Synod NSW/ACT), Prof Nihal Agar (Hindu Council), Graeme Lyall (Amitabha Buddhist Assoc.
As well as responding to requests to support various exciting events around the Church, I sometimes get to initiate projects that I think are important.
By Penny Mulvey
New Testament scholar, prolific author and former Bishop of Durham, Professor NT Wright (pictured), presented the JD Northey Lectures at Wisdom’s Feast last month.
By Tony and Jenny Duncan
In the week before Palm Sunday this year, Rev Tony Duncan and his wife Jenny travelled to Palestine.
Geelong’s newest locals will be warm this winter thanks to donations given to the Ocean Grove UC’s Justice and Mission group (JIM) and the Baptist Gumnut Grove Op Shop.
By Megan Graham
Stories under the ceiling at Narana
Victoria Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress (UAICC) and the Vic/Tas Synod held a Covenanting and Reconciliation Day at Narana Creations last month.
As many already know, walking and public transport are my thing.
I guess I’ve been regularly catching public transport since I was about five years old. At primary school, it was the ‘green’ bus.
By Jill Ruzbacky
Australia’s Constitution was written more than a century ago.
By Nigel Tapp
Eleven teenage girls from Tonga sang their way into the hearts of Synod staff last month at a special luncheon for visiting students and staff from the Queen Salote College, in Tongatapu.
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