The Uniting Church in Australia mourns the deaths of those caught up in the hostage-taking incident in a café in Sydney’s Martin Place. Rev. Myung Hwa Park, Moderator of the Uniting Church in NSW and the ACT, has offered prayers and condolences on behalf of the Church.
Moderator’s Christmas Message 2014
In her 2014 Christmas message, the Moderator of the Uniting Church in Australia, Synod of New South Wales and the ACT, the Rev. Myung Hwa Park urges people to bear witness to the truth of the Christmas message – “Peace on earth among those whom God favours.”
Art and soul: The sights and sounds of Adamstown Arts
In the heart of Newcastle, just a stone’s throw from the world’s largest coal export port, you’ll find the site of Adamstown Uniting Church. A proud building marked by its bright red doors and vaulted ceilings, this Church is home to a lively and forward-thinking congregation that’s as creative as it is faithful. It’s also birthplace of Adamstown Arts.
How about a tree change?
Have you ever thought about a Tree Change? You know, a move to the country where the pace of life is less hectic, people are friendly and caring, and situated in a beautiful natural enviornment where there is still room to move, time to think, relax, share and enjoy life. The reality of a move […]
The story of the turtles and their rat leader/father, Splinter, mutating due to a science experiment is told with a new spin for modern audiences.
Begin Again is not as artistically aspirational as its characters are. It prefers to engage in some mainstream Hollywood feel-goodery.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day won’t win any awards for acting or originality, but it is a joy to experience.
It is a commonly believed myth that humans only engage 10% of their brain’s capacity…
Besides the awe-inspiring CGI effects, the strength of the film falls squarely on the relationships between this unsuspecting band of misfits.
When I think about the coming Christmas season, I am reminded Isaiah’s words, “The people walking in darkness have seen a great light” (Isaiah 9:2).
What is your Christmas memory? Is it a traditional European wintry scene? Is it an outback Australian hot, dry, dusty scene?
Recently, in talking with friends in the church, I blithely said something along the lines that we need to be more open to the imaginal realm.