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Beloved, I have over the past two years in various pastoral letters and communications urged us to recognise the encouragement of Paul in the letter to the Church in Rome: “We belong to one another.”
Leprena is a gathering place welcoming all, a ministry of the Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress in Glenorchy, Tasmania.
The President of the Uniting Church in Australia Mr Stuart McMillan has welcomed the Federal Government's announcement of a national redress scheme for survivors of child sexual abuse in institutions.
The President of the Uniting Church in Australia Stuart McMillan has today launched a national appeal to assist communities hit by recent storms.
An intense low pressure system off Australia’s east coast has led to a number of deaths and widespread damage to property. Residents across New South Wales are facing a massive clean-up while Tasmanians are experiencing the worst floods in 90 years.
Uniting Church in Australia President Stuart McMillan has welcomed visitors from the Methodist Church of Sri Lanka (MCSL) and the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) at UnitingWorld's Sydney offices.
The President of the Uniting Church in Australia Mr Stuart McMillan has appealed for a serious national conversation on Indigenous Sovereignty in his 2016 Easter message.
“The Easter message is one of renewed hope for the world,” said Mr McMillan.
The Yolŋu people of Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory have begun a new push for a treaty with the Federal Government that recognises their sovereignty in their land.
Semisi Kailahi reports.
We are truly blessed in the Uniting Church with remarkable women leaders. This week I was blessed to commission the first woman to be the General Secretary of the Assembly, Colleen Geyer.
Rev. Prof Andrew Dutney has launched a national appeal to assist communities hit by cyclones in the Northern Territory and Queensland.
Cyclone Lam struck Arnhem Land on 20 February causing extensive damage to homes and public buildings. Sixty dwellings were left uninhabitable and there was extensive damage to the natural environment.