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Opportunities for Understanding and Reconciliation

This week marks the 15th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations. To mark this occasion members of the Uniting Church were fortunate to be able to gather with people from across the Uniting Church at Colebrook Reconciliation Park last Sunday.


Pancake Day Update 2023

As we approach Pancake Day 2023 in two weeks’ time, people across the Uniting Church and the wider community have a chance to focus upon cost of living issues.


Reflection of the Week - 31st January 2023

New Year’s resolutions are offered with the best intentions, though so often have the worst follow through. We may aim too high, or expect to implement things that have previously passed us by in our busyness.


Pancake Day 2023

Yes, it’s that time of year again – Pancake Day is coming up on Tuesday, 21st February and this year, we’re all back celebrating events like Pancake Day as we did in the past!


Awash with Prayer (Kingson Selvaraj)

O Lord, we come to you for everything. We pray for the people in the Riverland, those who are unsure of their living conditions.


Reflection of the Week - 20th December 2022

All claims to the contrary, Jesus did not preach from a place of rigid binaries and judgments but from a place of continual becoming. He befriended outcasts and lived on the margins of society while staying in relationship with wealthy and powerful people, some of whom became patrons and disciples.


Awash with Prayer Campaign

Gracious and loving God, You bring water to the wilderness and life giving streams to the desert. We give you thanks for your living water that nourishes and sustains us.


Awash with Prayer Campaign

Almighty God, Creator and sustainer of our world. You are our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. We thank you for hearing our prayers as we bring to you all those affected by the devastating floodwaters throughout the Riverland communities of South Australia.

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