Exodus Foundation Celebrates 25 Years
The Exodus Foundation celebrated twenty five years supporting the Australian community at a 25th Anniversary Spring Gala Dinner in Sydney. During the night funds were raised to support frontline services. New South Wales Premier Mike Baird officially opened the evening. The effervescent Channel Ten host, Jessica Rowe was Master of Ceremonies. Belle & Co, Uniting […]
Dreams, visions and wisdom
Celebrating the life and ministry of Rev. Dorothy Harris-Gordon The Rev. Dorothy Harris-Gordon, known to most as Aunty Dorrie, celebrated her Closure of Ministry at Marmung Uniting Fellowship in Coraki in August. Officially this is her second retirement. At the service there were many tributes thanking her for her wisdom, inspiration and service after 49 […]
Synod Meeting 2014: Highlights from Day 4
We give you thanks and praise! Morning worship on Day 4 was enlivened by Hip Hop Church leaders Matthew “Mistery” Peet and Jacob “Izzy” Ballard from KrossWerdz. Members got to their feet and gave “thanks and praise”. Treasury and Investment Services Neil King, Executive Director, Uniting Financial Services UFS and Michael Anderson Chairperson UFS Board, […]
Synod Meeting 2014: Highlights from day 3
“God has not finished with us yet and there is space for everyone who comes,” concluded the Rev. Merrifield.
If the quality of a film was measured in the litres of tears its audience cried over it, then The Fault in Our Stars would be an instant classic.
The opening scene to Fury is raw, brutal and shocking. This film shows harsh realities from the perspective of soldiers in a tank during WW2.
Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore have had success together before, but can their chemistry blend well a third time?
At the centre of this film are two powerful performances, one from a young actor on the rise the other from a long-time character actor…
This is an enjoyable film that sets the franchise back on track, but it doesn’t have enough fresh ideas to revive a new passion for this storyline…
Thank you to everyone who was involved in the recent Synod meeting. From my perspective the event went really well.
What an exciting Church we are! What an amazing experience we’ve had over recent days!
Espousing the values of uniting for the common good is one thing but practicing it is quite another. It is safe to say that we have yet to learn how to dispossess individual interests in the service of the common good.