Wesley Hobart Museum offers a wonderful slice of Tasmania's history, and co-ordinator Rev Karen Woolford is in the perfect place to appreciate it all.
For 150 years, a Lockwood South church has been the spiritual centre for generations of worshippers.
A two-bedroom property sold recently in north-western Tasmania contained an interesting feature which recognised its link to history as a former church.
Rooms at the Centre for Theology and Ministry in Parkville have been renamed to acknowledge the fact they are located on Wurundjeri land.
The Dalton McCaughey Library's world-class collection allows visitors to enjoy a peek into the theological past.
The vital role a Tasmanian pioneer played in promoting the right of women to vote has been recognised, thanks to an extensive restoration project.
Ballarat's Laurenne Robertson and her family share a special relationship with the city's Neil Street Uniting Church.
Historian and radio presenter Dr Meredith Lake explains why, to move ahead, it often doesn’t hurt to have a look behind.
Queen’s College is asking for artefacts that will help see the early Methodists with fresh eyes.
Current UCA President Stuart McMillan and former Deputy Prime Minister Brian Howe meet at the UC National History Society conference in Adelaide
Historians and archivists from various synods came together in June to laun
By CATHERINE MCNICOL
When the Moorabbin-Highett churches closed at the end of 2013 and the properties were sold as part of Uniting our future, many of the congregation chose to join neighbouring Hampton.
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