Category: Features

Two of Us: New ways to church

This is the first part of Two of Us: New Ways to Church. Bradon French works across the VicTas Synod and the national church to discover new ways to engage in...

Uplift 2: Celebrating International Women’s Day

In celebration of International Women’s Day, more than 100 women across the Synod of NSW.ACT recently attended Uplift 2.0, a networking forum that provided the...

God has given us all the same rights

Uniting Church minister and human rights advocate, Rev. Dr John Jegasothy, received the Highly Commended Premier’s NSW Human Rights Certificate at the Premiers Harmony...

Finding God in the Pages of the Old Testament: Love, Rinse, Repeat

“From page to page, chapter to chapter, book to book, we encounter the human and divine in the same verse, the same ink, as one bleeds into the other.” I sat down...

Captain Marvel and Wonder Woman in Conversation

Note: This analysis contains spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War, Captain Marvel, and Wonder Woman.  It seemed appropriate on International Woman’s Day that I should...

International Women’s Day Prayer 2019

The Moderator, Rev. Simon Hansford, has prepared the following prayer in celebration of International Women’s Day. Please feel free to share and use this prayer in...

Virtual Reality, A.I and the Church

Virtual Reality has seen people immersing their whole lives on online platforms. Even church. That’s right, ever wondered about church planting in virtual world? Well...

Our Prayerful Journey to Become Foster Carers

An awareness of other foster carers in their church community is what led Mid North Coast couple, Mark and Sharon Smith on their own journey to becoming foster carers...

New Card Game Explains the Canon Process

The complex way that the Bible came together is the subject of a good deal of conjecture and fiction like The Da Vinci Code. A New Testament Lecturer at Butler...

We Are All Theologians

Once again, I have been soundly reprimanded by Karl Barth. Just when I think I can say goodbye to my theological studies and career, the twentieth century Swiss...