It gives me much pleasure, on behalf of Presbytery, to say thank you to Clifford Arthur Walker for 15½ years of service, that is to say ‘paid’ work, to the Presbytery of Tasmania. His actual preaching was over a period of 62 years.
Why on earth do we have to fill out a Keeping Children Safe Progress Report?
Why on earth do we need to obtain Working with Vulnerable People registrations?
A few weeks ago I was privileged, along with some 60 others, to attend a day with Padraig O’Tuama, “Spirituality in a Changing World”.
I have been looking for feminine images of God and have been disappointed by a lack of contemporary Christian feminine images in the Uniting Church in Australia.
Then one day I happened upon an image of Trinity by Hildegard von Bingen and although I still don’t know an awful lot about her or her life, I know she painted the “Trinity in Unity” with a beautiful blue Christ in the centre of golden and a silver circles which are representative of the Holy Spirit and God the Father.
The 2019 Presbytery Youth Camp was a fun, relaxed and enjoyable event.
It fostered a positive community of young people open to exploring questions about God.