Christmas Fourth at Five Sunday 22 December 5pm - 6pm Gathering for worship over a simple evening meal, we will lean in to the wonder of Christmas – reflecting, praying and singing together and sharing in Holy Communion.  Everyone is welcome. Christmas Day  Wednesday 25th December 9.30am – 10.30am We gather to celebrate the mystery of the God who comes among us in Jesus in humility, grace...

A reflection on Luke 20.27-38 Rev Dr Sally Douglas Sunday 10th November, Richmond Uniting Church. Copy this link into your podcast player of choice if you would like to receive updates as they are released https://anchor.fm/s/c70d97c/podcast/rss...

A reflection on Luke 19.1-10 Rev Dr Sally Douglas at Richmond Uniting Church, Sunday 3rd November, 2019. Copy this link into your podcast player of choice if you would like to receive updates as they are released https://anchor.fm/s/c70d97c/podcast/rss...

A reflection on Psalm 14 and Luke 15. 1-10 by Rev. Dr. Sally Douglas at Richmond Unting Church, Sunday 15 September 2019. Copy this link into your podcast player of choice if you would like to receive updates as they are released https://anchor.fm/s/c70d97c/podcast/rss...

At Richmond Uniting Church we stand in solidarity with all those who seek to care for the earth. This is because we understand the earth as the Divine's good creation. This is not some simplistic literalist understanding of the earth being made in 6 days. The biblical text makes it clear that creation stories are not meant to be understood literally,...

Anger, Justice, Love - A reflection on Isiah 5.1-7 and Luke 12.49-56 by Rev. Dr. Sally Douglas at Richmond Uniting Church, Sunday 18 August 2019. Copy this link into your podcast player of choice if you would like to receive updates as they are released https://anchor.fm/s/c70d97c/podcast/rss...

In western culture suffering and death are taboo topics. However, avoiding talking about suffering does not alleviate it and trite comments of sympathy are of little help, and often cause a great deal damage. We need to talk about suffering, below is a link to a reflection on a Christian theology of suffering...