Category: News

Canberra City Uniting Church to celebrate 90 years of worship

Canberra City Uniting Church will celebrate its 90th anniversary on 3 February 2019. Canberra City Uniting Church member, Jenny Rowland, reflects on the congregation...

Gosford Uniting Church receives $4000 to support arts and culture

Gosford’s Uniting Productions has been awarded a $4000 grant to upgrade facilities. Operating since 2008, this initiative of Gosford Uniting Church provides a venue...

School of Discipleship 2019 Announced

The date, theme, and keynote speaker for School of Discipleship 2019 have been announced. School of Discipleship 2019 will run at Naamaroo Conference Centre in North...

Carols against coal raises heat at Christmas

Pitt Street Uniting Church ran a Carol Against Coal after their carols service on 2 December, using the tune from a familiar Christmas Carol to spread an...

Micah Welcome ALP Aid Announcements

Micah Australia is hailing recent Labor Party policy announcements as evidence that the organisation is “cutting through” with its lobbying efforts. On day one of...

Karen Mitchell Lambert Named As New Pulse Leader

Rev. Karen Mitchell Lambert has been named as the next Pulse leader, a role that she will start on 1 March 2019. Pulse is NSW/ACT Synod’s youth ministry. Rev. Mitchell...

UAICC member Hayden Charles named the 2019 Young Citizen of the Year

Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress (UAICC) member, Hayden Charles, was named the Sutherland Shire’s 2019 Young Citizen of the Year on Wednesday...

Malala Yousafzai talks about the fight for girls’ education

The outpouring of support Malala Yousfzai received after being shot in the head by the Taliban has spurred her on to advocate for women worldwide, an audience in...

Give Hope to People Seeking Asylum This Christmas

The Social Justice Forum is calling on members of the Uniting Church to provide practical support to people seeking asylum through the 2018 Christmas Voucher Appeal. For...

Court Cases Brought Against Government Over Asylum Seeker Treatment

Two cases have been brought against the Australian government allege that it has abrogated its duty of care in its treatment of asylum seekers. Prominent human rights...