Category: News

Faith leaders call for Adani to invest in solar

Over fifty Australian Christian Ministers, Rabbis, Imams, Buddhists and Religious Sisters, in a joint letter have called on Mr Gautam Adani to abandon his proposed coal...

Human Beings Are Not Property: Lament Service Prompts Federal Promise

The Federal Workplace Minister Craig Laundy promised direct consultation with local Pacific communities on a controversial guest worker scheme, after attending a service...

New Wesley Mission documentary series takes viewers to the heart of Jesus’ ministry

A fresh and engaging documentary series which takes you to the very heart of Jesus’ ministry is being launched in Sydney on 26 April. The six-part The Man of Galilee...

Australian conference guests denied entry into Israel

A former president of the Uniting Church, Rev. Gregor Henderson was among four Australians denied entry into Israel where they were invited to an international...

Kendrick Lamar, Weinstein Reporters Win Pulitzer Prizes

Kendrick Lamar and the journalists who reported on the sexual harassment scandal ensnaring Hollywood are among the winners from the 2018 Pulitzer prizes. Lamar, who...

Listen to the Echoes of the Land

Retired Uniting Church minister and artist Doug Purnell opens his newest exhibition, Echoes of the Land on Anzac Day. Doug told Insights that he hopes his works, “will...

Critical Thinking in the Age of Social Media

On Friday, 13 April, Insights attended an interfaith panel discussion, held at a Uniting Church school, Newington College, on the subject of ‘Critical Thinking in the...

Time for youth to have their say

Youth Week is well under way and Mission Australia is providing a platform for young Australians aged 15-19 years old to have their say on a wide range of issues through...

Bradon French moves on to Vic/Tas role

Bradon French has concluded his work as the youth consultant for the Uniting Church in Australia, Synod of NSW and the ACT after six years in the role. Bradon’s...

New NGO declares that action is needed NOW on sexual harassment

As the #MeToo movement remains relevant (including for the Church) a new NGO called NOW aims to tackle workplace harassment head on. When journalist and Women in...