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Lend a hand in the bush and have a holiday of hope

Lend a hand in the bush and have a holiday of hope

We’re calling on skilled Aussie workers to volunteer, to help those doing it tough in the bush. Take some time off and have a holiday of hope by joining our on-the-ground program, Outback Links. Sign up to be an Outback Links Volunteer. Outback Links provides skilled and experienced volunteers to help with day-to-day work on remote properties around Australia when families need an extra pair of hands which is especially needed now during the drought.

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Uniting Church President is calling for help

Uniting Church President is calling for help

President of the Uniting Church, Dr. Deidre Palmer calls on members and friends of the Uniting Church to help those doing it tough in the drought. You and your congregation can make a REAL difference. Register your BBQ today at greatoutbackbbq.com.au to help support our Aussie Farmers in the bush.

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The #GreatOutbackBBQ is back to help our Farmers!

The #GreatOutbackBBQ is back to help our Farmers!

Every September, people from all over Australia gather ’round the grill and host a BBQ event to show support for Aussie farmers doing it tough. It’s called mateship, and it’s what Aussies do best! Every dollar raised during the Great Outback BBQ can help provide critical care to those suffering from mental illness and social isolation. Every dollar means we will overcome the tyranny of distance. We are Aussie’s and we are #StandingWithAus! We’re kicking off our Great Outback BBQ Campaign from September 1 to 30, 2018. Register your BBQ now!

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We need your help supporting drought affected farmers

We need your help supporting drought affected farmers

We’re calling on all Aussies for urgent support to assist the growing and critical need in the bush at the launch of our biggest fundraising event – the Great Outback BBQ – held through the month of September. Founded by Rev Dr John Flynn, the man who also founded the Royal Flying Doctors Service and the School of the Air, we provide on-the-ground practical support in the form of Bush Chaplains and skilled volunteers to remote and regional communities.

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Frontier News – Our August 2018 edition – Out Now!

Frontier News – Our August 2018 edition – Out Now!

We have been moved by the amazing work happening in support of people in remote communities, including Aussie Farmers, FIFO workers and those advocating for First Peoples. We were so inspired following a visit to the Riverina Region (New South Wales) that we dedicated our August edition of Frontier News to the stories we learned during Walking On Country. We hope you enjoy this read and pray that you, too, are inspired to support us on our journey of reconciliation. Together, let’s learn, share and grow.

Welcoming our new Board Chairperson, Rev. Will Pearson

Welcoming our new Board Chairperson, Rev. Will Pearson

The passing of the Frontier Services torch! Last week at the 15th Triennial Assembly, we welcomed in new leadership at Frontier Services as ordained Uniting Chuch Minister, Rev. Will Pearson takes on the position of Chairperson of the Frontiers Services Board…

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Learnings & Reflections during National Reconciliation Week

Learnings & Reflections during National Reconciliation Week

Last week we embraced National Reconciliation Week at Frontier Services. As an agency of the Uniting Church in Australia, and an organisation that continues working with First Peoples across Remote Australia, we took it upon ourselves to learn more about Reconciliation, to reflect on the knowledge we’ve acquired to date, and to actively participate in meaningful discussions that will help us to evolve…

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A ray of light in times of tragedy

A ray of light in times of tragedy

When Nina and her husband Luke moved to Outback South Australia, they were looking forward to raising their children and carrying on the family cattle business. They had barely started to unpack when their dreams suddenly came crashing down…

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Outback Links: Keeping us standing with graziers

Outback Links: Keeping us standing with graziers

Wendy and Ross Groves have been part of the Outback Links program since its inception. With two properties to run, totalling 190,000 acres, they value the much needed support, friendship and respite our volunteers provide. Find out how our volunteers are helping to keep farmers on their properties and making a difference in remote Australia.

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