Stitching Some Warmth Back Into The Community

Stitching Some Warmth Back Into The Community

HAVE you ever wondered what happens to old jeans when they “die”? But old jeans don’t die – they don’t even just fade away. Clarence Uniting Church’s Connections Craft and Conversation group has a unique way of up-cycling old jeans to provide benefits to the community...
Strathdevon Extension and Renovation

Strathdevon Extension and Renovation

Non-profit aged care provider Uniting AgeWell is delighted to share its new-look Latrobe Community, Strathdevon with the community. A $10 million extension and renovation of the residence enabled it to expand from 37 to 67 beds and introduce a state-of-the-art...
A Church Sledging in Stowport

A Church Sledging in Stowport

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE STOWPORT CHURCH The Stowport Church was first built in 1891 on a different location by early pioneer Christians, including Robert Rutherford Snr. who has been termed “the Old Man of Stowport” for his pioneering escapades. His Bible is...
God is up to something

God is up to something

Do you sometimes get the sense that God is up to something? We see glimpses of transformative love in action, of subtle changes taking place in somebody’s life, or they start telling their story differently. We see glimpses of something deeper taking place,...
Actions of Love and Service

Actions of Love and Service

As I move about and work with various communities and individuals, I am deeply encouraged by the rising stories of God at work in small and ordinary ways. The faithfulness of those who seek to serve is great.  We have much to celebrate about who we are and the way in...
Mentors to us in our faith

Mentors to us in our faith

Think about a time when someone was incredibly important to your faith journey. What was it about who they were that mattered?  What did they bring to you?  How did they engage with you?    Where did they enable you to grow?  What did they do, or say that opened up...