Being in relationship with others is instrumental to how the Uniting Church seeks to witness to Christ in the world. The Seeking Common Ground Circle invites people to learn about and participate in the ways the Uniting Church is in relationship with other Churches, other faiths, and those of no institutional faith, as together we seek to find common ground for the good of all.
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Jewish DialogueExecutive Council of Australian Jewry – Uniting Church in Australia Dialogue The Assembly Standing Committee (ASC) at its first meeting of the new triennium in August re-appointed the UCA members of the Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) – UCA Dialogue. Membership Appointed for the three years of the triennium, the members are: Tara
Lutheran DialogueLutheran Church of Australia – Uniting Church in Australia DialogueThe Assembly Standing Committee (ASC) at its first meeting of the new triennium in August re-appointed the UCA members of the Lutheran Church of Australia (LCA) – UCA Dialogue.MembershipAppointed for the three years of the triennium, the members are:Rev Dr Anna L. Grant-Henderson (UCA co-convener)Rev
Church in the Digital Age
Church in the Digital AgeRunning from March 2021 until November 2022, the Assembly Standing Committee has formed the Church In the Digital Age Task Group to identify the critical theological, pastoral and practical issues related to the worship, witness and service of the Uniting Church in Australia raised by the challenges and opportunities of the
WCC central committee meets online
World Council of Churches meets onlineBy Emily Evans, member of the World Council of Churches Central and Executive CommitteesSince the beginning of this global pandemic we have all had to ‘pivot’ to a new normal and new ways of working. As a church, we have all adapted to fresh ways of worshipping together, undertaking church