The June 2015 edition of New Times is now available to view online or pick up in churches. The theme for the edition is "Tradition".
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.
My thinking about ecotheology has brought me to a deep sense of “r and r” – not rest and recreation, but reverence and respect. It wasn’t always that way for me.
In 2015, the Effective Living Centre has invited Tanya Hosch, the Joint Campaign Director for the Recognise campaign, to give the Wilks Oration on Friday 12 June.
Life for Than and the many others like him is tough. Confined to the refugee camp without an official way to earn a living, he relies on food rations to survive.
Live Life Loud, the ecumenical youth worship evening run annually in SA, continues to grow each year. On Friday 12 June young people will gather across six venues.
Raising children can be tricky at the best of times. The challenge is to recognise that conflict is inevitable in any relationship and to teach our children to be peacemakers. Here are some ways to parent for peace.
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 June 2015 edition of the newsletter is now available online.
The Uniting Church SA's Pilgrimage of Healing will be held during Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June) again this year.
The stories that we hear about places and people are frequently told from only one perspective – the perspective of those in positions of power.
The last several years have seen an influx of films about the intricacies of show business. Clouds of Sils Maria is the most recent addition to this genre and provides an intimate study of character and relationship.
The National Youth Ministry Convention will provide a time of learning and growth for youth leaders in October this year.
The May 2015 edition of New Times is now available to view online or pick up in churches. The theme for the edition is "Story".
UnitingWorld and church leaders respond to the devastation in Nepal after Saturday's earthquake, calling for prayer and monetary support.
The leaders of the Uniting Church in Australia have joined together in Brisbane for a time of prayer and lament over the imminent executions of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.
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 April newsletter now!
New and interesting articles, videos, photographs and other content are posted online every day. Here are five recent items that might be of interest to the Uniting Church SA community.
Pilgrim Uniting Church members Pat Button and Marilyn Hyde are exploring the stories behind the names listed on the Stow Congregational and Pirie Street Methodist honour rolls.
The Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress (UAICC) held their national conference at Poatina in Tasmania earlier this year. A large group from Adelaide Congress Ministry attended this event and asked to share a message.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 25 April 1915 Gallipoli landing. Special Anzac Day services and events will be held across Australia - including at Uniting Churches. Details about some of these services can be found here.
“The biggest risk factor for becoming a victim of sexual assault and/or domestic and family violence is being a woman.” – National Council to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children, Commonwealth of Australia