Category: Features

Two of Us: Sharing God’s wisdom and insight

Myra Cowell and Wendy Frazier share some of their personal story of moving from death to life, a journey which is intimately connected to the story of Finley Uniting...

How did you get here?

There’s an old Irish story, about a tourist in Kilkenny asking directions from a local about how to get to Tralee, and the sage replies, “Well, I wouldn’t be...

What I want to say to the church

What does it mean to be the church in this time and place? What might be the future for the church and how might we engage within the ministry of Christ as the church...

“Do You Believe in the Triune God?”

Every so often, I get asked the question, “Do you believe in the Triune God?” My answer to that question involves consideration of a number of areas. 1. History I...

Bold, courageous, connected and collaborative

Theologian and author Lesslie Newbiggin said somewhere that “in the end, the witness of the church, in respect of public issues will depend more upon the day to day...

Ten Things About Pentecost

The story of Pentecost is told in Acts 2. It is a central Christian festival. Here are ten things that I reckon we should know about Pentecost. 1. Pentecost was...

June – Being one with other followers of Jesus

2 June • John 17:20-26 Being ‘one’ is often praised and frequently misunderstood. It gets confused with unanimity or conformity. Jesus prays that those who believe...

The Lord called us out of our darkness

Pastor Jack Harradine ministers the Living Desert Indigenous Faith Community in Broken Hill. He shares his testimony below. I come from an aboriginal community in South...

CREDible Churches

United Theological College lecturer, Ian Robinson, takes a look at why congregations should care more about street-cred than church-cred when welcoming newcomers....

Half a million steps

Following the successful launch of the Fair Treatment campaign on October 12th 2019, Uniting and the Uniting Church commenced the journey from Dubbo to Sydney to...