Domestic violence is a pervasive issue in Australian culture. But what role can Uniting Church SA communities play in its prevention?
New Times is the voice of the Uniting Church SA featuring articles, videos and diverse media to cover topics including news, faith development and culture.
Dollars & Sense is a quarterly newsletter produced by the Uniting Church SA Resources team and seeks to provide helpful articles to congregations and church office bearers. The November 2015 edition of the newsletter is now available online.
Community groups, foundations and businesses join together to make the dream of "the Hub" a reality in Hawker, South Australia.
Australian aid, previously known as foreign aid, has done an immense amount of good for vulnerable people around the world and for Australia’s reputation as a trading partner. But significant reductions to the aid budget have limited Australia's ability to help.
The 2016 UnitingWomen conference continues to draw exciting speakers and presenters. Bindy Taylor writes about one of the workshop leaders, Katheryn Curnow, and what she will present to UnitingWomen attendees.
Uniting Church SA defence chaplain, Rev Sue Page, led the South Australian Remembrance Day service at the National War Memorial in Adelaide.
Former national chairperson of the UAICC, Rev Rronang Garrawurra, was honoured on Wednesday 4 November as a finalist for the 2016 Northern Territory Senior Australian of the Year award.
A partnership between Resthaven Marion and Westminster School won the Intergenerational Award at the Council on the Ageing's "Every Generation Positive Ageing Awards".
An ecumenical “Dinner of Light” was held in August, organised jointly by the Catholic parish of St Mark’s and Lighthouse Uniting Church, and promoted by the Uniting Church/Roman Catholic Dialogue of South Australia.
The November 2015 edition of New Times is now available to view online or pick up in churches. The theme for the edition is "Compassion".
“In South Sudan, too many mothers and babies die in childbirth,” Deborah says. “I have wanted to be a midwife since I was in primary school. I want to make sure that mothers don’t suffer.”
The October 2015 edition of New Times is now available to view online or pick up in churches. The theme for the edition is "Acknowledgement".
As Interfaith September comes to an end, John Maddern reminds us of the importance of conversations and connections between faith communities. He reflects on an interfaith event held at Adelaide West Uniting Church earlier this year.
Called to Care is a small part of the Uniting Church SA's Pastoral relations & Mission Planning team - but it's one that has a huge impact on the daily activities of congregations and faith communities.
Rev Dr Chris Walker reflects on the Uniting Church in Australia’s important ecumenical activities.
Dollars & Sense is a quarterly newsletter produced by the Uniting Church SA Resources team and seeks to provide helpful articles to congregations and church office bearers. The September 2015 edition of the newsletter is now available online.
What's Up is a free monthly newsletter produced by the Uniting Young People team, and focusses on news and resources relating to children’s and family ministry. Check out the September newsletter now!
Rev Marty Rosenberg reflects on Sunset Rock Uniting Church’s SALA (South Australian Living Artists) exhibition, which was held in August this year.
Updated: 10/9/15. The Uniting Church in Australia is calling on the Australian Government to commit to a significant increase in Australia’s refugee intake as a response to the ongoing crisis in Syria.
Wesley Kent Town Uniting Church celebrates its 150th anniversary this year, and has marked the occasion with a number of celebratory events.