Common Grace seeks to be a gracious public Christian voice that is both provocative and compassionate, and one that helps to reframe public attitudes toward Christianity.
Our congregation supports and partners with Common Grace in their work for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander justice, creation and climate justice, and justice for people seeking asylum. You can read some of our stories below.
Knit for Climate Action: Beautiful Gift – Serious Message.
What do nine Engadine Uniting Church women and their 10 scarves have to do with the Australian Parliament in Canberra?
Event: 23rd January 2022
You are invited to read and watch our third annual service to reflect upon and lament the effect of the invasion and colonisation of this nation upon First Peoples, using resources from the Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress of the Uniting Church, and from the organisation Common Grace.
Event: Tuesday 25th Jan, 2022
We watched the #ChangeTheHeart simulcast then met online to discuss about what we have learned and how we respond, followed by a time of prayer.
The local paper decided this was a newsworthy story in the Prime Minister’s electorate.
What do nine Engadine Uniting Church women and their 10 scarves have to do with the Australian Parliament in Canberra? Read on…
How you can make a submission to support the Uluru Statement from the Heart, and why we should.
Our congregation was one of many across Australia hosting a #ChangeTheHeart prayer service on the evening of 25th January this year, in solidarity with Aboriginal Christian leaders.