Thursday, 14 April 2016

Living Water, Come Drink

The Uniting Church Adult Fellowship (UCAF) is gathering in food, fun and fellowship for their National Celebration in Geelong this week - sharing stories and spending time in worship.

Uniting Church members have come from around the country to attend the Celebration.

UCAF's theme for this triennium is "Living Water – Come Drink." 

To coincide with the theme, Frontier Services is releasing this outstanding photograph depicting the scarcity of water to the people of the inland.


“The Wash Up” is an original Australian Inland Mission (AIM) photograph taken by Rev. John Flynn in 1913. The image, possibly taken in South Australia, is one that Flynn used in his lectures to educate people in the cities and towns of the plight of people in the outback. Unlike people on the coast, water could not be taken for granted - it was a precious commodity for body and soul. 

You can purchase this special edition print (numbered 1-100) and own an authentic piece of Australian history.

To help Frontier Services' contemporary mission in remote Australia -- order your own copy today.

The Lord will guide you always; he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land and will strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail. -- Isaiah 58:11