Category: News

Voices for Justice Set for 2018

Voices for Justice 2018 will take place from 1 to 4 December, Micah Australia has announced. The four day event trains Christians on how to engage their elected...

Christian Students Uniting Opens Its Doors

Tertiary Ministry in Sydney Presbytery For over 20 years, Tertiary Ministry within the Presbytery of Sydney, has been a vitalising force in the renewal of the Uniting...

Reflecting on the Federal Budget

This reflection on the Federal budget is jointly prepared by the Synod Social Justice Forum and Uniting’s Centre for Innovation, Research and Advocacy. Last week saw...

Assembly 2018: Making Decisions Amid God’s Abundant Grace

Uniting Church members from around Australia will come together in prayerful community at Box Hill Town Hall in July for the 15th Assembly meeting. On Sunday 8 July,...

Urgent need for bipartisan plan on homelessness

An alliance of housing and homelessness community organisations has called for all parties to support a bipartisan national plan to end homelessness by 2030. The...

School of Discipleship Celebrates 15th Anniversary

When School of Discipleship convenes on 6 July, it will mark the event’s 15th iteration. School of Discipleship is a conference that brings theology to an audience...

Uplifting first Synod women’s network event

The General Secretary of the Synod of NSW and ACT, Rev. Jane Fry, hosted Uplift, the inaugural women’s networking event on 2 May that brought together women who work...

Intensive Practical Theology course a first for Port Macquarie

United Theological College’s (UTC) first Intensive 5 Day course on Practical Theology will run from the 16th – 20th July 2018 and will be hosted at Port...

International Development Cut in Budget

On Tuesday, 8 May 2018, Treasurer Scott Morrison handed down his third federal budget. New measures included an effective cut to Australia’s international development...

Prime Minister makes $34 million “game changing” Lifeline funding announcement

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced $34 million in extra funding for Lifeline Australia at the centre where the telephone crisis service began 55 years ago...