The latest reflection from Moderator Rev Sharon Hollis.
Letters to the editor from the November 2018 edition of Crosslight.
A new campaign is challenging Uniting Church members and people from other faith traditions to live a more environmentally aware lifestyle according to their religious teachings and help save the planet.
A new landscape project at the Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress (UAICC) Leprena Centre in Hobart aims to immerse visitors into the First Peoples’ cultural connection to country.
One in six Australians under the age of 14 live in poverty, with children in Victoria and Tasmania particularly at risk of social exclusion, a new UnitingCare Australia report has revealed.
Once more High Street Uniting Church will be hitting out against slavery and there is still time to get involved.
Synod disability inclusion advocate Andy Calder has offered the following adapted prayer for use during Mental Health Week (7 -14 October) and Mental Health Month in Victoria (7 October to 6 November).
Australian Christians are not persecuted and religious freedom should not be used to justify discrimination against LGBTI people, a Uniting Church minister has said.
The October 2018 Crosslight is now available online.
Moderator Sharon Hollis shares a very personal reflection for Mental Health Week.
The October Crosslight feature looks at mental health in regional communities.
The full-time permanent job is rapidly disappearing, with more and more Australians taking up contracts casual work and freelance options.
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