Resources

Scholarship for Christian women

Written by Australian Christian Women Friday, 22 February 2008 21:07

The Winifred Kiek Scholarship of Australian Christian Women (ACW) enables a woman aged 25-40 to undertake a short course or attend a conference in Theological/Biblican Training or Religious Training, or attend a conference or seminar. 

 

Which Program? What Course?

Written by QCT Wednesday, 30 January 2008 21:44

In this case study of The Purpose-Driven Life by Rick Warren, theological scholars from a range of QCT member churches examine the basic questions that should be asked of any courses undertaken by congregations and small groups.

 

Eat This Bread Drink This Cup - Eucharistic Practice in Australian Churches

Written by Administrator Friday, 23 November 2007 21:23

This is a "booklet for group study and prayer" on the sacrament of Communion/Eucharist from the perspective of a range of denominations.

   

Life after drowning: making waves together

Written by Administrator Friday, 23 November 2007 20:28

This booklet is an ecumenical study programme "exploring our common baptism as disciples of Jesus Christ".

 

Stages on the Way II

Written by Administrator Wednesday, 19 September 2007 00:04

Stages on the Way II is a valuable and comprehensive new resource on dialogues between Australian churches.

   

Called to Be the One Church

Written by Administrator Saturday, 27 October 2007 01:17

In Porto Alegre, Brazil, in 2006, the World Council of Churches released a document in which it called its members to show greater accountability towards each other.  

 

The Australian Churches Covenanting Together

Written by Administrator Saturday, 27 October 2007 00:15

At the 2004 Forum of the National Council of Churches in Australia (NCCA) , the NCCA member churches entered their signatures in a document called Australian Churches Covenanting Together.

   

Christians in Dialogue

Written by Administrator Tuesday, 11 September 2007 10:00

Are you looking for study material for groups in your parish - or for local ecumenical groups? The studies in the Christians in Dialogue series deal with key issues of the Christian faith from an ecumenical perspective. Generally the courses run for 3-5 sessions each.

 

 

Church as Communion

Written by Administrator Friday, 26 October 2007 02:54

This is a three-week study resource produced by the Melbourne-based AUSTARC [Australian Anglican Roman Catholic dialogue]. The editors were a Brisbane group of Anglicans and Catholics: Geoff Hoyte, Rosemary Gill, John Mainstone, Rob Cosgrove, Trish Stapleton and Margaret Naylon. To access and download this document, click here.

   

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