Centre for Theology and Ministry
By Jennifer Byrnes
It’s a conspiracy! Every Sunday, and at many other times in the week, the people of God conspire. The word conspire derives from ‘con’ meaning together and ‘inspire’ meaning to breathe in.
By Rev Dr Geoff Thompson
As always, Easter is an opportunity to engage with the meaning and credibility of the church’s claims about the resurrection.
By Rev Dr Jennifer Byrnes, Geoff Thompson, Sharon Hollis and Rohan Pryor.
The Uniting Church has built its organisational life on the concept and practice of inter-related councils.
The nature of being a candidate in formation for ministry leaves the question always hovering: what kind of minister will I be? What kind of place will I minister into?
Part of a formation program is giving candidates th
Symbols can be very powerful. I have come to realise over the years how often food is used as a symbol of generous hospitality within the church and beyond.
The global HIV and AIDS epidemic has been a context of great suffering: stigmatization, death, grief, impoverishment and has left countless children orphaned.
Image by Luke Smith on flickr
Passover was a bloody business.
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