Love Makes a Way

Time for a home

Brunswick Uniting Church believes in freedom, justice and equality for all people. The congregation of Brunswick Uniting Church is dismayed by the inhumane and cruel detention of innocent asylum seekers in hotels and detention centres around the country. Many members are actively involved in organisations that support these people in various ways. As Christians [...]

By |2021-01-24T14:28:33+11:00January 21st, 2021|Categories: BUC Stories, Our Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

Phones are a lifeline

Moz’s calling party – Phones are a lifeline Can you imagine living in lockdown without access to your friends and family via the internet on your phone or computer? The refugees detained in the Mantra and Kangaroo Point hotel prisons will be facing living in solitary confinement with no outside contact if Alan Tudge gets [...]

By |2020-08-29T13:50:47+10:00September 1st, 2020|Categories: |Tags: |0 Comments

Candlelight for Refugees

Sunday 19th July marks 7 years of detention of refugees who have been held hostage by the Australian government.  It’s 7 years since former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd announced that people seeking asylum, arriving by boat, will never be settled in Australia and would be processed offshore. Since then refugees and asylum seekers have [...]

By |2020-07-17T00:13:51+10:00July 19th, 2020|Categories: |Tags: , , |0 Comments

Love Makes a Way

Lenten Listening Introduction by Natalie Sims - During Lent, our prayers of confession each week are said in response to God’s word of grace and hope. This is a time of listening with respect, to the voices of those in our community who are needy and oppressed, and a time of asking God’s grace to [...]

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