While our culture seeks to deny suffering by medicating or placating it away, the way of Christ has something rather different to say, writes Rev Dr Sally Douglas.
Like father, like son? Canterbury Balwyn Road Uniting Church minister Rev Salesi Faupula and his son Siotame talk about family, faith and finding yourself.
Coralie Ling is the first woman to have been ordained a Methodist minister in Victoria. She recently made her theatre debut, starring in the Gasworks Theatre stage show Beachside Stories.
Pilgrim student Audrey Larsen is proof that age is just a number. At 97 she's an audit student living out her mantra "while you’re alive, you’ve got to live”.
Synod 2019 members gathered in early July for four days of deep discussion on a variety of topics, some very polarising.
Rev SweeAnn Koh asks what Scott Morrison meant when he declared that Australia "needs more love and less judgment and more prayer".
Rev SweeAnn Koh examines one aspect of the reaction to the powerful documentary on the last three years of Adam Goodes's AFL career, The Final Quarter.
A book featuring the story of the PWMU Cookbook has received third-place at the prestigious international Gourmand Awards.
Village UC is living out this year's NAIDOC Week theme 'Voice. Treaty. Truth.' through their developing relationship with local Aboriginal Association Willum Warrain.
Today’s major order of business was to decide on the response to the Victorian Voluntary Assisted Dying legislation.
Day 3 included Agency and Assembly reports, NAIDOC Week presentations and the adoption of a Statement of the Heart.
The day began with a Bible study led by Dr Liz Boase, which was followed by reports from Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress Victoria, UAICC Tasmania, Walking Together Group and Synod Ethics Committee.
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