Category: Living is Giving

Uniting to support the mission of the Church

Bronwyn Murphy, Lay Education, Discipleship, Rural Ministry Consutltant for Uniting Mission and Education has described how “Stewardship calls us to think beyond our...

What is God doing with the Darling River?

For nine days in August, a group of 35 from NSW, ACT and Victoria set out on a journey along the Darling River. The group departed from Dubbo and followed the course of...

Super fun and games for remote students

At the Small Schools Super Camp in March, 130 students and 30 teachers from 10 small schools came together with 10 teachers and 22 students from three Sydney schools....

5 things you can do to support refugees and asylum seekers

“When a stranger sojourns with you in your land, you shall not do him wrong. You shall treat the stranger who sojourns with you as the native among you, and you shall...

Primary education in Tonga boosted by NSW partnerships

An ongoing partnership of mission between NSW Congregations and Tongan Christians has helped to improve the future for villagers and their children. Following years of...

Endings And New Beginnings

What does it take to be a Church that nurtures emerging generations? Four passionate advocates for the future of our Church, discuss what it might look like to move...

Standing Up for Social Justice

Our Church’s firm commitment to social justice is long-standing, ingrained and widespread. As a key part of this, Insights is highlighting the work of the Social...

New UAICC Leadership

The National Conference of the Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress has made two new leadership appointments. The Rev. Dennis Corowa is the new National...

On the road with the Murray Darling Basin Group

The Uniting Church’s Murray Darling Basin Group is taking forward the Synod’s vision for our Church to be a transforming presence in the Murray Darling Basin. This...

Sydney Siege

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...