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Dollars & Sense - September 2015

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 - September 2015

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!


Sunset Rock engages with SALA

Rev Marty Rosenberg reflects on Sunset Rock Uniting Church’s SALA (South Australian Living Artists) exhibition, which was held in August this year.


Uniting Church leaders seek sanctuary for refugees

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 celebrates 150 years

Wesley Kent Town Uniting Church celebrates its 150th anniversary this year, and has marked the occasion with a number of celebratory events.


Recognising a life of service

Rev Rob Tann reflects on the life of Fay Boxall, a long-serving member of the Methodist and Uniting churches, particularly in the Kangaroo Island community (pictured: Kingscote Uniting Church).


The emigration of Emanuel

This is the story of Rev Dr Emanuel Audisho, tracing his journey from Iraq to Western Australia.


Five things to click this week(end)

This "Five things" post looks at an upcoming (Monday 24 Aug) Spicer Uniting Church event and links to articles about depression and the Christian church.


Forming salty souls for ministry

Paul’s counsel to Timothy to attune ourselves to the mind and heart of Christ is a wake-up call for ministry formation, writes Rev Sean Gilbert.


Engaging with Interfaith September

We need to double our efforts to build interfaith harmony, says Rev Michael Barnes. Interfaith September is an opportunity for Uniting Church members to begin conversations on how we relate to people of other faiths.


Assembly updates

Find out more about how to access news about the 14th Triennial Assembly of the Uniting Church in Australia.


Stepping towards recognition

Reflections on NAIDOC Week, the recent Kirribilli House summit and a proposal being presented by the Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress at the upcoming 14th Triennial Assembly of the Uniting Church in Australia.


Travelling north

From Sunday 12 July Stuart McMillan will become president of the Uniting Church - only the third lay person to ever hold the position. Matt Pulford writes about Stuart's life, ministry and work. Photo courtesy of Louisa Sams.


Beyond reconciliation

NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and accomplishments of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Pilgrim Uniting Church held an ecumenical service on Sunday 5 July to mark the start of NAIDOC Week for 2015. Trevor Hayley reflects on his experience of the service.


A Thin Place - borrowing and creating tradition

Have you heard about A Thin Place, the innovative worship service held at The Corner Uniting Church? Rosalie Upton talks about the service, and explores how and why people engage with it.

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