Anzac Day is a time where we remember the ministry and service of many people in the present day and those who have gone before us. Read scripture and prayer suggestions for Anzac Day.
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This week's news, notices & prayer points from congregations, the SA Presbytery and Synod, and the wider Uniting Church.
This week's reflection remembers those who gave their lives for our freedom.
Uniting Church SA Moderator Rev Sue Ellis has a message for you for Easter.
This week's reflection reminds us that Jesus suffered the loss of the light, His life...
Standing Committee meeting updates are published to inform the wider Uniting Church SA community of the discussions, deliberations and decisions arising from each meeting of the Committee. This update refers to the recent April 2019 meeting.
This week's reflection reminds us to believe in the unseen power of God's love and grace.
The President of the Uniting Church in Australia Dr Deidre Palmer has encouraged Australians to put the urgent needs of others ahead of short-term self-interest, after the Federal Government delivered its 2019 Budget.
Commissioned by Clayton Westley Uniting Church, award-winning composer Anne Cawrse has written Australia's first contemporary Requiem. The requiem will be performed at Clayton Wesley UC's Good Friday service.
This week's reflection ponders on the life-giving qualities of water, and of Jesus.
The Uniting Church in Australia has articulated its vision for a just, compassionate and inclusive nation in a new statement and resource.
New Times published the article “How retired ministers are losing thousands“ on Wednesday 26 March. this article referred to two retired ministers who are campaigning the government to consider exempting other retired Uniting Church minister from tax laws that were meant to reign in public service 'fat cats'. The Synod decided this article was not appropriate to publish at this time as enough had been done by the Uniting Church Assembly in the past regarding this matter.
This week's reflection reminds us that Jesus were not given to one nation or for one race, but for the world.
Last Friday, 15 March 2019, more than an estimated one million students worldwide protested government inaction on climate change. We investigate eight questions about climate change and Christianity.
As our children prepare to gather at KCO over the weekend, this week's reflection reminds us that Jesus cares for us like a hen gathers her brood under her wings.