UnitingCare Tasmania has provided two buses to the St Vincent de Paul Society (Vinnies) in a partnership aimed at making it easier for Southern bushfire victims to access urgently needed goods and services as they begin
The question of sexual identity and sexual activity is a complex one and is not addressed by Geoff Smith in his letter in the February edition.
Doug with his parents
By Heather Dowling
“He died healed. Totally at peace. No bitterness, no fear. A profound experience for me.”
Dr Doug Bridge leans in as he describes his father’s death.
Christian adventure, a memoir by AW Pederick
Edited by Leon Pederick and Philip Pope
Review by Rev Dr Peter Swain (OAM)
Anyone who remembers Rev Alec Pederick will be surprised and full of admiration on reading the story
The theme of 2013 CCMM conference is ‘God’s tapestry: Creating Space for Diversity’. "God’s tapestry is an image about the identity and purpose of God’s diverse people as a worldwide community.
Warrandyte Uniting 50th Celebration
28 April, 10.15 am. Warrandyte Uniting Church, Melway 35C1.
The Warrandyte church is celebrating 50 years of the present building.
One Billion Rising is a global campaign so named because one in three women throughout the world will be raped or beaten in their lifetime – a staggering one billion women.
It’s so dry. For weeks many communities have been living with the reality and uncertainty of fires. The grass is crackling dry and smoke hangs heavily.
by Megan Graham
Photo by WELS.net on flickr.
This typical Australian outback landscape might be the last place people would expect to find a UCA school.
Photo above, taken on the steps of Ormond College, 1960: L to R. Back row: Janice Brown, Jean Shadforth, Olive Howell, Mary Moodie. Centre: Margaret Lochhead, Joan Burnup.
Moderator Isabel Thomas Dobson
The cross I wear around my neck every day has a twist in it, so that both the crosspiece and upright form the infinity symbol.
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