Popularised, punished or simply prophetic?

Leaving the screening of the new documentary In Bob We Trust, I think to myself that Father Bob Maguire (pictured), Melbourne’s ‘larrikin’ Catholic priest, has probably just become one of my favourite people.

CFM seeks board members

The Commission for Mission (CFM) is exploring ways to improve Church processes when appointing or suggesting individuals for board appointments in institutions. This includes UCA community service agencies and schools.

A sad farewell

In some cases, the divestment of property is hastening an inevitable sale. The East Boundary Road site of Leighmoor Uniting Church is one of 14 sites identified for divestment.

Sundays in September at Church of All Nations

During September the church building at Carlton’s Church of All Nations was under renovation and this fact, when applied to the season of spring and the liturgical season of creation, led the worship planners to hold thr

Meet The Love Punks

Children from Roeburne pose in character as The Love Punks & The Satellite Sisters from Neomad.

It’s Mak time

Gerry Mak (pictured) has been appointed as chief executive of UnitingCare Community Options (UCCO).

Grief, love, endurance

                                Just outside the city of Salisbury are the ruins of a town called Old Sarum, which had a cathedral and bish

Dining in style

Anyone who has ever spent time in an institution – be it a hospital, military training college, boarding school or an aged care facility – knows that meal times can be very regimented.

Foreign aid concerns

Prime Minister Tony Abbott recently announced that the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) will be absorbed into the Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).

Head of the house

Ian Brain (pictured) has joined Uniting Housing as its chief executive officer. Mr Brain will be based at the synod offices in Little Collins St, but his task is synod-wide.