The National Uniting Church History Conference was held at the Pilgrim Church in Adelaide from Friday 9 June to Sunday 11 June 2017, hosted by the South Australia Uniting Church Historical Society. At the conference, the first Uniting Church National History Society was formed on Sunday 11 June.
Please click here for more details about the conference.
A new shed has been erected at Casuarina Uniting Church. The shed was funded by the Northern Territory Government’s Community Benefit Fund Small Grants Program.
Members of the Casuarina congregation are very grateful to the Government for the funds.
The new shed has replaced a much smaller one and has enabled better storage of toys and equipment used by the Sonseekers Playgroup on Tuesday and Thursday mornings (and also by the Multiple Births Club who use the facilities at Casuarina on Wednesdays).
Choices are always forever present in the lives of humans, and there are always two choices, good and bad or wrong and right. Every person cannot escape from the arena of choice so because of that we constantly research and test before making up our minds.
The Jewish people also encountered a similar dilemma in their day to day lives. When Jesus arrived in Jerusalem they welcomed him with joy. Praising him saying: “Hosanna” to the Son
On Sunday 9 April there will be a Peace march commencing at 5.00 pm, commencing from the southern end of Esplanade Park, Darwin City, and marching to the northern end.
Bring a picnic! Add Palms!
Supporters of the Peace March are #bringthemhere, #climatejustice, #nofracking, #humanrights, #globallivingwage, Lock the Gate, the Catholic Alliance for People Seeking Asylum, the Uniting Church in Australia – Northern Synod, Unions NT, Darwin Asylum Seeker Support and Advocacy Network and the Environment Centre of
Senior representatives from the Uniting Church in Australia appeared before the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse on Friday 10 March. UCA was represented by the President Stuart McMillan, the Assembly’s General Secretary Colleen Geyer and the Queensland Synod General Secretary Rev Heather den Houting.
A report of the testimony given to the Royal Commission is available here.
The transcript of the President’s apology on behalf of the Church is available here.