Welcome baaa-ack!

Dear Presbytery Friends and Colleagues, It’s past time to wish you a happy new year, and hope you had some sort of refreshing break over the summer, etc. It’s well past the long weekend, and the paper-shuffling few days before February, when work must begin in earnest. Yes, I did, thank you for asking. A … Continue reading Welcome baaa-ack!

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Who is Jesus to bring God’s news?

CHRISTMAS GREETINGS Dear Friends and Colleagues in Ministry, especially in the Sydney Central Coast Presbytery of the UCA, but also to you if you’re not and read this by accident, All God’s rich blessings be with you for the Holy and United Season of Adventpartieschristmasfeastingbeachsnoozingepiphanyreadingnewbookstravelcricketlongweekend and my prayers for the coming season of Backtoworkagaintogetreadyforlent. Christmas … Continue reading Who is Jesus to bring God’s news?

Mobilising Ministry for the Bush: a Pilot Project with the Sydney Central Coast Presbytery

Ministry in NSW/ ACT: Our New Ultra-Concentrated Formula! The last Synod meeting highlighted a key challenge for the Uniting Church. Across NSW, ministry placements are becoming increasingly concentrated in the urban areas of the metropolitan Presbyteries. This is no surprise, and not really even anyone’s ‘fault’ – after all, most people of NSW and the … Continue reading Mobilising Ministry for the Bush: a Pilot Project with the Sydney Central Coast Presbytery

40 Years? 1700 Years? What’s the Difference?

Former readers of this page will be completely justified in saying, ‘Hey! Perry’s last blog still says Happy Christmas!’  And indeed it does, and now here we are. Happy Uniting Church 40th Anniversary. More to the point, Happy First Birthday of the Sydney Central Coast Presbytery! The past month, however, has given plenty to reflect … Continue reading 40 Years? 1700 Years? What’s the Difference?