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Tag Archives: Hobart 2020
The Uniting Church in Tasmania is blessed with many fine old church buildings. They’re traditionally shaped, and often furnished accordingly. Long fixed pews, pipe organs, even old-school box pews are common. Heritage listing prohibits re-shaping many of the buildings to … Continue reading
This is the first of four reflections on the Uniting Alive: Hobart 2020 interim report “How then shall we live?“. It is written by Mary Gibbs, of Hobart North Uniting Church. A Call for the Here and Now I like … Continue reading
Guest blogger John Emmett writes: When the Uniting Alive : Hobart 2020 Local Church Life survey took place recently, an interesting change popped up in some congregations’ attendance profiles. The normal age profile of Uniting Church congregations produces a graph … Continue reading
Last week we ran the first of a series of “Hobart 2020 Cafe Forum” gatherings. Designed to provide opportunity for people to explore the themes of the report “How then shall we live?” for the Uniting Church in Hobart, we … Continue reading
This is it, the first of our Hobart 2020 Cafe Forums for 2010. A place for coffee, cake and conversation as we unpack the themes of How then shall we live? – the interim report of the Hobart 2020 project. … Continue reading
Busy weekend coming up in Hobart, with Duncan Macleod joining us for our workshop called Imagine: Following Jesus in a changing world. I’m also hosting a small dinner on Friday night with Duncan and a few local leaders, before heading … Continue reading
Hi friends of Hobart 2020: Uniting Alive! It’s with pleasure that we write this first e-update to provide you with all the information you need to stay in touch with opportunities to explore the future of the Uniting Church in … Continue reading
How then shall we live? is the report of the Uniting Alive: Hobart 2020 task group, and it’s available now. Download the full UA2020 – How then shall we live – Final report here (pdf format). Download a two page … Continue reading