Category: News

36 Years of Pudding In the Effort

For Campbelltown Uniting Church, the proof of the pudding has been established for more than three decades. Since 1982, the church has sold the traditional Christmas...

Love Makes A Way Condemns Asylum Seeker Return

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed that the government will return asylum seeker children to Nauru after their medical treatment. Love Makes A Way...

Modern Slavery Act Disappears, Reappears

The federal version of the Modern Slavery Act seemingly disappeared from Federal Parliament last week, but appears to still be set to pass. The Bill was listed for...

UCA Tradition Raises Much-Needed Funds For Tertiary Ministry

Lugar Brae Uniting Church marked the 2018 iteration of a long running tradition on 28 October, when their annual variety concert fundraised raised $1500. Proceeds from...

Port Macquarie Intensive to Pore Over The Old Testament

Port Macquarie Uniting Church is set to host its second intensive for United Theological College (UTC) in January 2019. This will be five days poring over the Old...

What really matters is a safe and secure place to call home

Home for children in foster care can take on many forms, some less traditional than others. For one young boy who regularly spent nights in a hotel room due to a lack of...

Vale Stan Lee

Born Stanley Martin Lieber in 1922, Stan Lee made his way into comics by accident. His family bought Timely Comics, a comic book imprint of a publishing company, giving...

When protecting the environment is made taboo

How is it that in 2018 talking about protecting the environment is still taboo or too political to put on our screens? Just this week a UK supermarket’s Christmas...

Irreverent Comedy Takes on Disability Stereotypes

The Angus Project, an upcoming ABC comedy pilot that drops in December, presents disability on screen in new ways. It is loosely based on the real-life story of actors...

Early Childhood Education Win for Asylum Seekers

In an Australian first, Canterbury-Bankstown Council has committed to provide 15 days of care for children seeking asylum, across three centres in Punchbowl, Campsie,...