May, 2016

Thriving Church in China – Part 2 Mountain of the East.

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

 Taishan 泰山 Rev Ji Zhang continues the story of the UnitingWorld and Uniting Care Australia journey to China to engage with the Chinese Church, share training and further the partnership between our two communities. “A thousand mile journey begins with simple steps”. In rural areas, we began to encounter two virtues of this Chinese saying: […]  

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Thriving Church in China – what we learn, what we give.

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Links between the thriving Christian Church in China and the Uniting Church in Australia are growing. This week, an expert team of Aged Care Specialists from Uniting Care Australia are visiting China to prepare for and deliver a second conference on Aged Care, while next week a UCA delegation led by National President Stuart McMillan […]  

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MEDIA RELEASE: A Biblical take on Human Rights – Bridging the Gap for Gender Equality in the Pacific

Thursday, May 12th, 2016

A forum to open the way for secular and faith-based agencies and Churches to work collaboratively toward gender equality and the reduction of violence against women in the Pacific is being hosted by UnitingWorld in Suva from 12 to 13 May. The “Bridging the Gap Forum” is part of UnitingWorld’s Pacific-wide Partnering Women for Change Program, co-funded by the Australian government through the... Read More »

South Korean Christians penalized for holding peace dialogues with North

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

21 April 2016 In a letter to Park Geun-hye, president of South Korea, the World Council of Churches (WCC) expressed disappointment over sanctions and fines imposed on members of the National Council of Churches in (South) Korea (NCCK) after they participated in a dialogue encounter with representatives of the (North) Korean Christians Federation (KCF). Penalties […]  

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