Launch of Diocesan Reconciliation Action Plan

Written by Queensland Churches Together Tuesday, 22 November 2016 20:13

Thank you to the almost 200 people who came along to the launch of the Anglican Diocesan Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) on Thursday 3 November

 

'I'd rather see us united rather than divided': Interfaith cooperation in action at Mount Isa's Good Shepherd Parish

Written by Queensland Churches Together Tuesday, 22 November 2016 20:04

The Good Shepherd Catholic church in the remote Queensland mining town of Mount Isa has offered space in its parish building to the local Islamic community for use as a prayer room.

 

The Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory Reconciliation Action Plan 2015-2017

Written by The Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory Tuesday, 22 November 2016 20:02

The Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory has published its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

   

U.S.’s First Public Solar Road Will Roll Out On Route 66

Written by Queensland Churches Together Tuesday, 22 November 2016 19:58

You can get your kicks on Route 66. But soon, you might get your energy there too. Missouri is rolling out a set of energy-generating photovoltaic pavers along a section of the famous highway—the first such panels on a public right of way in the U.S.

 

Booklet for women in domestic violence revised as new DV laws pass in Queensland

Written by Catholic Leader Friday, 28 October 2016 10:11

Women looking to escape domestic violence should feel confident about turning to Christian churches for support following the passing of new Queensland laws, Anglican minister Reverend Richard Tutin said.

   

‘Questions Women Ask About Domestic Violence and Christian Beliefs’: revised booklet now available

Written by Queensland Churches Together Tuesday, 25 October 2016 09:05

Since 1991 the Joint Churches Domestic Violence Prevention Project (JCDVPP), a commission of Queensland Churches Together, has been responding to a recognition that Domestic and Family violence is just as prevalent in the Church community as in the community at large.

 

Let Australia’s Faith Communities help resettle Nauru and Manus Island asylum seekers

Written by National Council of Churches in Australia Tuesday, 25 October 2016 09:00

"Let Australia's Faith Communities help settle and care for those asylum seekers still on Nauru and Manus Island".