An Easter reflection from Moderator Rev Sharon Hollis.
The President of the Uniting Church in Australia Stuart McMillan has used his annual Easter message to pray for Christian churches in the Middle East and for greater compassion in Australia for those displaced by war an
Rev Carol Bennett
I’m fond of describing the church as ‘Easter people’.
“My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” The words of the Psalmist encapsulates the cry of the desperate who feel abandoned by God. These words were uttered by Jesus in his last moments.
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Next week, the AFL will break a century-long tradition when it hosts its first-ever footy match on Good Friday.
Of the many New Testament accounts of Easter, I want to reflect on the story of Mary Magdalene as she walks to Jesus’ tomb lost, hopeless, grieving.
Lead us not into temptation
Jesus answered, “It is written: ‘Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word, that comes from the mouth of God.
AS a church, we are now deep in the season of Lent.
Easter is the holiest day in the Christian calendar. It is a time of hope, renewal and rebirth. Through Jesus’ resurrection, we are reminded that death is not the end.
Crucified Water Crucified Land. “This image captures the idea that we have and are crucifying the land that sustains us.
Presenting an Easter video message with the theme of “Renewed Hope”, UCA President Mr Stuart McMillan and Adnyamathanha woman Rev.
Uniting Church members are encouraged to combat trafficked labour by purchasing ethical chocolate this Easter.
The Slavery-Free Chocolate campaign aims to stop the exploitation of children involved in cocoa harvesting.
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