Category: News

Obituary: Rev. Bruce Prewer

Rev Bruce Prewer is remembered as a nationally recognised poet and liturgist who gave Christianity a distinctly Australian voice. Following a protracted illness Bruce...

Women Leaders Converge On Canberra

Women leaders from across denominations of Australia’s churches and Christian organisations have come together for an historic visit to Canberra today. In addition to...

Faiths rise for global climate action

Around the world thousands of people of diverse faiths helped lead Rise for Climate, a globally-connected mobilization with more than 850 events in 95 countries on 1-2...

UCA publications awarded at the ARPAs

The Synod of NSW and ACT Communications team took home two awards at the 2018 Australasian Religious Press Association (ARPA) conference in Brisbane at the annual...

Ending slavery starts with me

There are more slaves on earth today than at any other time in history. ‘Slave’ is a word that sounds so ancient… so distant. It evokes images of bare-backed men...

Is free press the Antidote?

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Ronan Farrow, urged people to protect free press and for journalists to continue to fight for truth around the world at Sydney’s...

Learn to Lobby for the Modern Slavery Act

Lobbying politicians can seem daunting, especially for the uninitiated. As part of their wider campaign to gain an effective modern slavery act, Stop The Traffik are...

Art and Healing at Uniting’s MSIC

The Uniting Medically Supervised injecting Centre’s (MSIC) annual art exhibition Art from the Heart of the Cross launched on September 2 at Wayside Chapel. The...

Glenbrook Uniting gets environmental

Glenbrook Uniting Church was transformed into a place of “sacred living beauty” during their 2 September 9.30am service, marking the beginning of the Season of...

Church and State: Scott Morrison’s faith and public policy

Widely reported as Australia’s first Pentecostal Prime Minister, Scott Morrison’s faith has been the subject of wide speculation and analysis in Australian political...