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New opportunities

The year 2021 has arrived – a new year with new opportunities. In January we often reflect on what has been and make plans for the coming year.

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Reflection of the Week - 8 December 2020

On the Second Sunday of Advent, the Gospel reading (Mark 1:1-8) commences the story of Jesus Christ with the preaching of John the Baptist in the desert wilderness ...

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Release of the findings of the IGADF Report: Afghanistan inquiry

Rev Kaye Ronalds, a member of the Uniting Church Defence Force Chaplains Committee and the Uniting Church Member Religious Advisory Committee to the Services has written in relation to the recent announcements by the Chief of the Defence Force relating to the Afghanistan Inquiry.

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New and Wonderful Things

Here in South Australia this last week has been especially challenging for many of us.

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Reflection of the Week - 17 November 2020

Faithful risking is scary. In Matthew 25:14-30 one servant didn’t know their Master very well because they hid their one talent rather than risk losing it.

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Reflection of the Week - 3 November 2020

The alternate reading for All Saints Day, Matthew 5:1-12, The Beatitudes are a series of blessings declared by Jesus during his ‘Sermon on the Mount.’

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The church of the future ... is now?

David Gardiner reflected on an article that he wrote back in 1995, which took a look (with a certain amount of humour) at his thoughts on the church of the future … given the year that we have experienced he was not far off the mark!

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Reflection of the Week - 20 October 2020

What do I make of Jesus’ instructions regarding responsible stewardship? I meet my obligations. I pay my taxes, and pay for my utilities by the due date. I place my tithed offering in the collection plate each Sunday. I wonder what else I should be doing?

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Reflection of the Week - 13 October 2020

‘Who is God?' - Pastor ​Cyrus Kung speaks passionately about his own faith: who God is for him as a 2nd-generation Australian of Chinese ancestry, and the distinctive ‘lens’ that his heritage gives him in his exploration of matters of life and faith.

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Anti-Poverty Sunday with UnitingCare SA

Through UnitingCare Emergency Relief Centres, Uniting Churches all over South Australia work with people who are in poverty and they have seen some new and unexpected faces in the last few weeks!