Serving over 250 congregations in eight presbyteries.
Hear what others think as they share their thoughts on why this process is important for the Uniting Church.
Louisa Yu – Life together
Natalie Smith – What the Bible says about governance
Rev Adam McIntosh – A common purpose
Rev Jenny Lynn – Transforming communities
Phil Smith – Communities of faith that transform neighbouring communities
Paul Wetzig – Community ministry–practicing the art of kintsukuri
Rev Peter Armstrong – Why transforming communities?
Rev Ansie Liedenberg – Privilege post-pandemic plethora
Paul Wetzig – How to support your congregation through online small groups and gatherings
Rev Nigel Rogers – The state of being a disciple
Scott Guyatt – And then there were four …
Amy Cliff – Why Project Plenty is important for young adults?
Rev John Ruhle – Why Project Plenty and Mission Possible are unique, but aligned
Emily Mills – A space for speaking and listening
Rev Iris Marais – Plentifulness requires a complete shift in thinking, living and believing.
Rev Chris Crause – Asking big questions
Rev Paul Clark – History is written by those who turn up
Rev Wayne McHugh – Renewing the heartland of our church
Rev Esteban Liévano – Taking the next step in our multicultural journey
Mark Bensley – Mission within our schools and residential colleges
Rev Linda Hamill – We need to pick up the process and run with it
Natalie Lewis – Covenant delivers fresh start for First Peoples engagement
Rev Johnson Makoti – To be effective, we must invest in congregational leadership
Rev Catherine Solomon – What will the Uniting Church look like in 2030?
Rev Dr Wendi Sargeant – We are recipients of God’s abundant grace
Rev John Ruhle – The hands and feet of Christ are not bricks and mortar
Rev Paul Clark – Somebody else’s problem
Rev Melanie Wheeley – What discipleship means to me
Rev Peter Armstrong – Discipleship defined
Rev Mark Cornford – What it means to be a disciple
Paul Clark – We can be at the heart of the community again