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Friday, 11 January 2019

NRS Update

In December 2018, the Uniting Church in Australia provided the Federal Government with its application and supporting documentation to participate in the National Redress Scheme for people who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse.

Friday, 11 January 2019

Prayer for the Uniting Church

Written by President Dr Deidre Palmer six months after the Fifteenth Assembly.

Gracious and loving God,

To all Congregations and Faith Communities

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ,

Thursday, 06 December 2018

Rae Mavor Farewelled

The Uniting Church has come together to honour the life of Rae Mavor, who died earlier this week at the age of 86.

The former school teacher and much-loved wife of Rev. John Mavor was farewelled in a service at Beenleigh Uniting Church south of Brisbane.

The Assembly has joined with the Synods of NSW-ACT, QLD, VIC-TAS and the Northern Synod to establish a national insurance buying group called the National Insurance Program (NIP).

“The implementation of the NIP is the result of a two-year journey,” said Leo Iosifidis, the Assembly’s National Director of Strategic Finance and Administration.

Thursday, 06 December 2018

Raising Our Voices For Justice

President of the Uniting Church in Australia Dr Deidre Palmer has urged Australian Christians to raise their voices for a more just world.

Dr Palmer encouraged a 200-strong crowd of members from the Micah Australia movement gathered in Canberra to lobby their local federal politicians to do more to alleviate extreme poverty.

Thursday, 06 December 2018

GenSecs United

There’s been a very uniting convergence of church leaders in Sydney this week.

Four General Secretaries (or their equivalent) of United and Uniting churches are in town. 

Friday, 30 November 2018

A Modern Slavery Act for Australia

The President of the Uniting Church in Australia Dr Deidre Palmer has welcomed the passing of Australia’s first Modern Slavery Act.

Under the new Act, businesses and not-for-profits operating in Australia with a global revenue of more than $100 million must report what they are doing to stamp out slavery in their supply chains, both domestically and overseas.

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