Thanks for visiting Lent Event!
For the next forty days, between 17th Feb and March 2021, we invite you to celebrate the season of Lent by reflecting on and rededicating yourself to Christ’s compassion and justice. Together, we’ve been part of helping create a world with more hope and less suffering than at any time in history. But with COVID-19 threatening so many, now is the time for us to continue to dig deep for our brothers and sisters.
Join other Christians as we learn together about how to be Good Global Neighbours through our Bible Study series. Put what you’re learning into action by pledging to live simply, and giving up something in solidarity who with who live with less (Action Ideas). Donate to the work, and know that every dollar is part of God’s mission in the world, ending poverty and building hope.
Lent Event is your opportunity to
As you learn about and raise funds for UnitingWorld's church partners, you're building peace, beating poverty and creating hope.
Since 2009, Lent Event has raised over 3 million dollars for people living in the Pacific, Asia and Africa through long-term partnerships with the Uniting Church in Australia.
Thanks so much for being with us. With your help, we can't wait to see this work continue to thrive and expand!
Contact the team on 1800 998 122 if we can help you in your Lent Event journey!
With Love and Thanks,
Dr Sureka Goringe
oour Global Neighbour Bible study, or adopt a Lenten practise like prayer or fasting.
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give up or take up a new Lenten discipline like prayer or fasting in solidarity with our global neighbours.
Frequently asked questions
What projects does Lent Event support?
We support projects in the Pacific, Asia and Africa that provide clean water, education, healthcare, leadership, child protection, small business startups, empowerment for women, and building resilience to disasters and climate change.
How does UnitingWorld use my support?
We work in partnership with local churches and Christian organisations. Our work is guided by determined and resourceful local communities who are best placed to identify sustainable solutions to the problems they face. We help provide the resourcing, training and accountability measures to ensure our partners can make the most difference in their communities.
All support given is used by UnitingWorld and our partners to build lives of hope and wholeness. UnitingWorld is accredited by Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and is a member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID). As signatory to the ACFID Code of Conduct, we are held accountable to the highest standards of governance, financial transparency and effectiveness in our work.
I’m a Lent Event coordinator. Where do I find resources?
We have provided a Bible study that can be downloaded here, full-colour hard copy booklets are also available.
What sort of things could I give up to create change?
For more ideas on how you can live simply this Lent visit our action ideas page.
Who is UnitingWorld and where can I learn more?
To find out more about UnitingWorld and the work we do, please visit our home page here
How can I give feedback or lodge a complaint?
We value your feedback! Please contact us at email@example.com
UnitingWorld welcomes feedback and will respond constructively to complaints/incident reports from the people it works with, including supporters, donors, the general public, official bodies, and its partners. Complaints can be sent to UnitingWorld using the following contact details:
Contact: Manager, Compliance and Organisational Effectiveness
We are committed to full adherence to the ACFID Code of Conduct. Should you wish to lodge a complaint against UnitingWorld for breach of the Code, please email ACFID at firstname.lastname@example.org or www.acfid.asn.au/content/complaints