All of the November Crosslight stories are available here. Crosslight can also be read as a digital newspaper.
A crucifix-wearing Catholic nun was the unlikely catalyst for reconnecting Amna Iqbal to her Islamic faith.
Artist Denise Keele-bedford’s installation A Gold Boat for a Gold Coin will be displayed at the Adrift Red Gallery exhibition.
Tanya Walker's family took Osgood the teddy bear on their adventures across Australia.
Stepping Stones is a micro-enterprise training and support program tailored to women from refugee, migrant and asylum seeker backgrounds.
“Didn’t Jesus speak English?”
“Are you a Christian or a Catholic?”
“Ooh I know! We’re the one with the bird!”
Working with 450 children and teenagers features daily moments of wisdom, insight, and facepalms
UnitingWorld church partners have responded quickly to the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck Sulawesi in late September.
Common Ground is an intergenerational faith community that gathers in Heidelberg Scots Church meeting room on 10am Sundays.
A prayer from Helen Brumby.
Photos from the November 2018 Synod Snaps.
With more than 300 women from across Australia in attendance, UnitingWomen 2018 was an opportunity to weave stories of wisdom and wonder.
A team of dedicated table tennis players rallied against slavery at High Street Road Uniting Church in the annual Ping-Pong-A-Thon.
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