Monthly Archive: November, 2012

We are made to be at peace

At the first gathering of the UCA’s Sudanese National Conference, held recently in South Australia, a young man told his story. Among the heart rending details of his flight from civil war was… Continue reading

Being the body of Christ in North Queensland

One thing that really stood out on my visit to the Presbytery of North Queensland was the “easy ecumenism” of the region. My comments have been pubished in the current issue of Journey.… Continue reading

Is church union relevant any more?

It’s no secret that I’m an enthusiast for the Uniting Church’s Basis of Union. But at least one sentence has always worried me: “The Uniting Church declares its desire to enter more deeply… Continue reading