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President Stuart McMillan reflects on the importance of friendship with people of other faiths in 2018.
As Gordon Uniting Church marks Interfaith September, I am reading, ‘Without Buddha, I could not be a Christian’ by the Catholic theologian Paul Knitter.
The Uniting Church is being swamped by Muslims – and it’s a wonderful thing.
All across the country Muslim leaders and community members have been reaching out to Uniting Church members to build our friendship as people of faith.
The Interfaith September resource for 2014 is available now.
During September, congregations within the Uniting Church in Australia, as well as other interested individuals or groups, are encouraged to create a community of hospitality, conversation and friendship with people of all faiths throughout their neighbourhood.
You are warmly invited to explore and celebrate the development of these friendships in the presence of diversity and difference through our Interfaith September resources.
The President of the Uniting Church in Australia Rev. Professor Andrew Dutney has provided the following statement to The Australian newspaper in response to a request for comment on the situation in Iraq and Syria.
Uniting Church leaders from across Australia gathered with over 100 interfaith and ecumenical friends in a statement of solidarity with Australia’s Muslim community.
The Acting General Secretary of the Uniting Church in Australia Rev. Glenda Blakefield has joined other religious leaders in condemning last week's attack on a Jewish family in the Sydney suburb of Bondi.
Religious leaders from across Sydney joined together at a prayer vigil at Pitt Street Uniting Church this week to call for bipartisan support of a carbon price.