This week's reflection focuses on Matthew 22:15-22, responsible stewardship and service to God.
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This week's reflection focuses on honesty, integrity and Proverbs 4:23-27.
In this week's reflection, Linda Sutton focuses on God's provision for the Israelites as they travelled towards the Promised Land.
SURRENDER Adelaide is a conference aimed at raising up emerging Christian leaders to live out the radical call of Jesus. Danica Patselis and Ian Dempster talk about the Uniting Church's role at the conference and this year's theme - "Embodying the Way".
This week's reflection focuses on Micah 6:8 - "He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God."
Spiritual retreats offer the gift of silence allowing for intentional time with God. Find out more about when they are offered and what might be the best time to attend.
Earlier this month, Port Elliot Uniting Church’s Adult Fellowship reached a huge milestone, celebrating 100 years of faith, friendship and fellowship at two special centenary events.
This week's reflection focuses on the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard (Matthew 20:1-16) and the gift of God's grace.
This week's reflection focuses on God's unconditional love for all people and God's ability to see us exactly as we are.
The food, fun and fundraising provided by Red Dove Café every year at the Royal Adelaide Show is well known in the Uniting Church SA community. This year, the café has moved to a new building - visit before the Show concludes on Sunday 10 September!
This week's reflection focuses on Romans 12:9-17 and Paul's words on love in action.
The recent Hope We Have conference demonstrated how authentic evangelism can be possible in our Australian context. Here are five ways to practice evangelism in your neighbourhood.
Each year, SAYCO provides young people from the Uniting Church SA with an opportunity to grow in faith and discipleship. Mike Wardrop and Luke Rasmussen reflection on the 2017 SAYCO Theme, "Rebels", and their hopes for this year's camp.
This week's reflection focuses on Father's Day.
For thousands of years now, missionaries have been willing to undertake thankless tasks in overlooked corners of the planet, serving unknown people for no material reward, often with little discernible effect. Are you willing to be numbered among them?
This week's reflections focuses on Matthew 25:35, 40: “I was hungry and you fed me, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in… Whatever you did for one of the least important of these brothers of mine, you did for me.”
Church members across Australia this year have celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Uniting Church in Australia – but the Church is not the only one marking a milestone. This article shares the story of Pattie Iles who celebrated her 100th birthday earlier this year.
Held from 27-29 August, The Hope We Have is a conference on evangelism, conversion and the mission of God, and will feature input from Rev Dr Karina Kreminski. In this article, Karina explores the idea of pre-evangelism and its importance in modern Christian life.
In this week's reflection, Linda Sutton sees Matthew 15:10-28 as a challenge to look past differences and love one another.
Prayers of peace and unity for the Korean Peninsula are shared in this week's reflection. Uniting Church members are encouraged to join Christians across the world in sharing prayers for Korea on Sunday 13 August, and in the lead-up to this date.