Music has been synonymous with religious worship for centuries but Gospel music is not the only format giving rise to God. Popular music continues to spread the word.
Moderator Denise Liersch has spoken out in support of making it mandatory for ministers of religion to report child abuse.
Rev Claire Dawe asks "what are we saying to the wider community when we accept the fee from a group that appears to be opposed to what we claim to represent?"
Robyn Whitaker explains the UCA approach to the Bible which focuses on interpretation through love and compassion. "We do not proof text nor scare people into faith.
Imagine being born into the wrong body. Imagine spending 30 years not knowing who you really are. Only then can you start to understand Sally Goldner’s strength.
Bradon French writes about the possibilities of education and amplifying the voice of young people, also why you might buy a donut on International Youth Day.
In our June edition we profiled author Julie Perrin who had written a collection of stories on the theme of grace. We invited you to share your stories of a similar nature. What follows is one of those responses.
It took 1000 years to write, has myriad authors and everyone has an opinion on it. Two millenia on, it continues to drive contemporary commentary and, in doing so, divide opinion.
Manningham Uniting Church is building an ambitious new centre of worship and community engagement in Templestowe, funded by four congregations coming together and making strategic use of their properties.
Homelessness Week (4-10 August) is a time for us to stop and think about what life is like living on the street, particularly as temperatures continue to plummet.
As Australia takes on England for the Ashes another, slightly older, group is also padding up with grey expectations.
New & Renewing Communities Catalyst Rev Mat Harry says churches need to take the initiative and cross the threshold into other people’s worlds.
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