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Teaching people to lead

The Uniting Church SA's Pilgrimage of Healing will be held during Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June) again this year.


Finding truth through multiplicity

The stories that we hear about places and people are frequently told from only one perspective – the perspective of those in positions of power.


Life imitates art in Clouds of Sils Maria

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.


Convention inspires

The National Youth Ministry Convention will provide a time of learning and growth for youth leaders in October this year.


Support for Nepal

UnitingWorld and church leaders respond to the devastation in Nepal after Saturday's earthquake, calling for prayer and monetary support.


Church leaders united in demand for mercy

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 - April 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 April newsletter now!


Five things to click this week

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.


Honouring a story

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.


Seeking prayer and healing

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.


Anzac Day services

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.


Silent violence

“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


Five things to click this week

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.


After Cyclone Pam - now what?

An interview with UnitingWorld’s Rev Seforosa Carroll Right now, there’s another Super Cyclone howling toward tiny islands in the Pacific and the Philippines – Maysak. It’s the third this March.


Jesus Christ is Risen

Jesus Christ our Lord is alive! Jesus was raised from death! This is what the Bible says. This is what the Apostle’s Creed says. This is what we usually sing on Easter Sunday: “Hallelujah! The Lord God reigns…


Lose the leader

Maybe you don’t need to. Possibly someone in your life cut through the superman-iac, ego-driven, self-serving model of leading and left a really positive imprint on your mind.


Responding to God’s great acts of kindness

In its 36th year, KCO was just as vibrant, colorful and exciting as previous years. Around 1,100 primary school-aged children and leaders from Uniting Churches across the state gathered at the Barossa Valley Tourist Park in Nuriootpa.

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