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Song of the Three Young Men

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve become more of a fan of Advent rather than Christmas. The latter has taken on a veneer of overindulgence, of celebrating for the sake of celebration. We don’t tend to see ourselves standing in the shadows of the stable, in...

The Basis for Continuing

Over the years, the Basis of Union has introduced the Uniting Church to a language of faith that is Christocentric and optimistic, and yet flavoured with humility and grace. And with this new language system, The Basis of Union has also given us a...


“My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus' blood and righteousness” a hymn believed to be written in 1834 by Edward Mote, a Baptist minister. Lovely sentiment, but is it this really how most of us would define our hope?


“Often, stitching is a private and intimate practice which helps to address the reality of life or the monotony of a separate, distance existence. In some cases, stitch is used to confront the chaos of the outside world…” It is almost Summer in...