Uniting Vic.Tas is calling for volunteers to assist refugees and asylum seekers about to be released from community detention with accommodation and employment.
Christmas is almost upon us and there is nothing better than the gift of giving during this special time of year. Even better, your gift for that special person can help others less fortunate.
Our traditional understandings of worship are being challenged, but that doesn’t mean we should be wary of them. These conversations are necessary for the church to move forward.
Leprena Centre Manager Alison Overeem has written a poetic reflection for NAIDOC Week, asking that we learn the history of First Peoples and hear and honour their stories.
"I'm all too aware that it is often the difficult things that we need to work through that become the greatest sources of growth for us," David writes
Claire Dawe says “this has been a difficult time, but I am continually reminded of the importance of being present in whatever way possible, as well as the power of words of scripture.
Julie McDonald says seeking help doesn’t imply there is a flaw in a person’s faith. “Nobody’s relationship to their faith is perfect all the time. We all fall and we all have challenges.
The Church has recorded a service for congregations and faith communities who wish to mark the anniversary of the National Apology to Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse.
Many of life's major milestones happen before we hit 30 - first job, getting hitched, having a baby. But this year, those milestones aren’t what they used to be and young people are suffering as a consequence.
Rev Sally Douglas says "while it might be assumed that prayer is ‘natural’, this not mean that prayer is easy.
Little separates Victoria and Tasmania geographically, but thanks to the pandemic they have been worlds apart for most of this year.
Colac escaped relatively unharmed during the first lockdown in Victoria. But that wasn’t the case second time around. Here’s what happened next.
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