In 1983, Diep Tran and her niece Trang Vo fled to Australia in fear of their lives, but the journey was just as hazardous. We present their remarkable stories to honour Refugee Week on 16-22 June.
Synod representatives who attended the recent Messy Church International Conference in the UK have come back inspired and excited by the growing movement.
Rev Sally Douglas reflects on why chapter 21 of John's Gospel takes her breath away and weighs in on the debate surrounding it.
Everyone has a story to tell. Or, in Julie Perrin’s case, lots of stories. And some of them are very close to home.
The results from a Synod-wide survey of UCA congregations and faith communities are in. They show a church rich in experience but ready to try something new.
Andy Calder has dedicated his life to people labelled with disability or mental illness. It is a calling that has challenges on many levels but it hasn't challenged Andy's faith.
On United Nations World Environment Day, UnitingWorld’s Alexandra Bingham gives some tips on how to live more responsibly and sustainably.
Historian and radio presenter Dr Meredith Lake explains why, to move ahead, it often doesn’t hurt to have a look behind.
A fire robbed Felicity of her home, her health and her will to live. Five years on, she’s back on her feet and ‘in a really good place’ – literally and figuratively.
The Indigenous Hospitality House provides culturally safe, low-cost accommodation for Indigenous people travelling to Melbourne on hospital business.
When Jane Phelan woke from a stroke she had lost the ability to walk or talk. But then she found God – again – and hasn’t looked back.
Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre is preparing to welcome some of Australia’s top Indigenous surfers who are taking part in the eighth Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles.
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