How well do you know your neighbours? Are they a family similar to yours or are they different? Are they a couple or someone living on their own? Are they from another country? Are they right next door in an apartment building, or kilometres away on a neighbouring farm?
While some people are best friends with their neighbours, often these days we don’t know them at all. This can mean that the community might not be as strong as it could, as when people need each other they don’t know who is nearby that they can count on. Continue Reading
Want to share ideas and experiences about your Messy Church congregation with others? Those involved in Messy Church from all over WA are invited to get together for training, support and sharing at the Messy MeetUp. Continue Reading
Whether you’re young or old, there’s a place at the table for you at this year’s Kids Camp Out (KCO). Primary aged kids (years 2 – 7) are invited to take part as campers in the weekend, while young people aged 13–17 can still join in with their congregations as well as being part of the Junior Leader Program.Continue Reading
Revive has previously reported on the relationship between All Saint’s Floreat Uniting Church and the people of Mowanjum, a remote Aboriginal community near Derby. Volunteers from the congregation have been running school holiday programs for the Mowanjum kids for several years now, in response to disturbing statistics on youth suicide in the area. The program has had a positive effect in Mowanjum, and people from the Floreat congregation are also seeing effects among their own community. Continue Reading
Yurora, NCYC 14, is fast approaching and will be an opportunity for young Christians from all around Australia to gather and shake-up their faith.Continue Reading
First Third’s newest team member may be recognisable to some, as Trinity North Uniting Church welcomed Richard Telfer to their ministry team in November. Richard has previously worked as a First Third specialist for the South Metro region but had to return to Sydney for family reasons. Now back in Perth, Richard is excited to be able to share his knowledge of First Third theology and principles with the Metro North region, specifically with the Trinity North congregation.Continue Reading
Year 11 PLC students (L-R) Emily Ong,Tessa Moon and Leah Crabb making use of the Peace and Tranquility Room.
No matter how young or old you are, life can get stressful and complicated. Sometimes taking a minute out, or five, to relax and clear your mind can make all the difference.Continue Reading