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Always was, always will be
The Uniting Church, across its councils, agencies and schools is marking NAIDOC Week by sharing stories of First Peoples and their deep connection with the land. One of the stories tells of Frontier Services Outback Links volunteers as they work with Adnyamathanha people at Mt Serle Station in the Flinders Ranges.

A Safe Church for First Peoples

For NAIDOC Week 2020, Rev John Cox and Nina Mackenzie of the Uniting Church's National Safe Church Unit talk to Interim UAICC National Chairperson Rev Mark Kickett about what being a safe church means to him and other UAICC members.

Get your own Covenanting banner

Acknowledge country where you worship and grow awareness of the Covenant in your congregation or faith community as well. Contact the Assembly Comms team.

Christmas is coming

Target's annual Christmas appeal supporting UnitingCare Australia is up and running. Giving to the Appeal will help make Christmas a better day for thousands of people and families who might otherwise go without.

Stories to remember

On Remembrance Day this week, Lee Taylor and Jefferson Spratt of Uniting NSW.ACT have launched a six-part podcast series featuring the previously untold stories of Australian WWII veterans who now live in Uniting residential aged care.

Recognition for UCA Army Chaplain

After a tough year, Defence Force Chaplain Rev Charles Vesely got a nice surprise in the lead up to Remembrance Day. (Credit: David Clark/Adelaide Now)

2020/2021 Lectionary

Rev Lindsay Cullen takes a tour of the Year of Mark.

NYALC Online - this Sunday night

Young adults across the Uniting Church are invited to Zoom in this weekend to discuss hopes and dreams for the future of their Uniting Church. 

Operations Coordinator
(Administration & Property Management) 
Chaplain to MLC School (NSW/ACT)
  • Australia's First Peoples who share with us the blessing of the world's oldest living culture. May we live out our Covenant commitment to walk alongside each other in love, respect and understanding.
  • All those whose lives were lost in war and for those family, friends and communities who mourn their passing. We pray for peace, justice and healing in all places where there is conflict. In the name of Christ, Amen.
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