Grief and loss – The Hidden experience As follow up to Meg’s session on Thursday October 12th, this session will be an experiential workshop style. Who/Whatever you feel you have lost - a person, a role, someone who can’t be named ,a pet, life experiences, able ‘bodiedness’,not having a child, intimacy, faith…the list goes [...]
Tune In, BUC's songbook is the work of many people. It is a collection of 30 songs that have been joyfully offered by songwriters who are members of the Brunswick Uniting Church congregation. We acknowledge this gift first and foremost. The songs are now available for download on our website - Download Tune In [...]
Revisiting grief: what to say, what to do... Theories, helpful ideas, myths and even some cliche bingo! Come to be affirmed in what you already know, grow in confidence, tune in to what challenges you, relate to your own experiences, think about how to effectively support others.. share your wisdom with other good people... [...]
Rev Joan Fisher shared her experience as a participant in the Ecumenical Accompaniment Program in Palestine and Israel during worship for the start of World Week of Peace in Palestine and Israel 2017. The powerpoint presentation that accompanied this presentation is available here.
Let Us Help Create a Circle of Peace Felt Around the World Create a work of art using handmade felt which symbolizes peace or unconditional love to give to & receive from your peace partner somewhere else in the world! Please contact Ann on 0422 842 244 if you are interested in taking part on [...]
The empty jar and the well of grace - Genesis 21:8-21. Which way is better? – to leave the future up to God? – or work to shape the future by our own endeavours? Isaac and Ishmael symbolise these two alternatives.
"God moment or lucky break?" - a reflection on hope. Will God change the weather to suit us, or help us avoid collisions while driving? Probably not. So what might divine intervention look like, if there is such a thing? And how might it inspire hope for the future? Sarah gives us a clue [...]