Volunteers to the fore

Uniting AgeWell volunteers are proving the old adage that it's as much fun to give as it is to receive.

Write stuff for academics

Pilgrim Theological College academics Rev Dr Sally Douglas and Rev Associate Professor Robyn Whitaker talk to Crosslight magazine about their respective books published earlier this year.

A week in the life of …

Minister and co-ordinator Rev Natalie Dixon-Monu outlines what happens during a hectic week at Boroondara Community Outreach in Kew.

Future on Synod agenda

General Secretary Rev Dr Mark Lawrence is encouraging Uniting Church members to embrace Synod 2023 from November 18-21.

Project tackles our future

In his regular Crosslight magazine column, Moderator Rev David Fotheringham talks about the Faithful Futures Project, which aims to position the Synod for the next 10-15 years.

Running for a good cause

A Uniting Vic.Tas program helping rough sleepers will be the beneficiary of money raised by Rev Mat Harry when he takes part in the Melbourne Marathon.

Leaders Voice their support

Moderator David Fotheringham was one of 14 faith leaders who yesterday added their support to an indigenous Voice to Parliament through the October 14 referendum.

Churches sign agreement

The Synod of Victoria and Tasmania and the Anglican Church have signed an agreement which will foster a greater sense of co-operation between the two Churches.

Lachie’s career a class act

Scotch Oakburn College's Head of Junior School, Lachie Wright, has brought a wonderful 40-year career at the Tasmanian school to a close.

History at her fingertips

Wesley Hobart Museum offers a wonderful slice of Tasmania's history, and co-ordinator Rev Karen Woolford is in the perfect place to appreciate it all.

Our faithful servant retires

Associate General Secretary Isabel Thomas Dobson, who will retire on September 30, reflects on a long and distinguished period of service with the Uniting Church in Tasmania and Victoria.

Back to the future

In less than 12 months, the Uniting Church Assembly will meet to make a number of vitally important decisions, arising from the Act2 Project, aimed at ensuring the Church’s sustainability for many years to come.