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.


What are the Children Hearing?

Written by Revd Glynthea Finger Monday, 22 October 2007 20:54

Revd Glynthea Finger reflected on this question in her sermon during the public worship service of the Forum of the National Council of Churches in Australia (NCCA) held in July of this year.  


ABC Religion & Ethics newsletter

Written by Administrator Thursday, 15 November 2007 23:59

This is a weekly electronic bulletin outlining all ABC programmes (radio and TV) dealing with religion and ethics.


‘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.


Religions for Climate Justice - International Interfaith Statements 2008-2014

Written by Administrator Wednesday, 08 October 2014 08:48

As the UN Climate Summit convenes in New York, where more than 120 Heads of State are expected to attend, we are happy to share this new Publication with you.


Asylum Seeker Children

Written by Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce Wednesday, 30 October 2013 00:00

The Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce has just released its draft paper on asylum seeker children titled All the Lonely Children. It offers fifteen questions for you to ask MPs and policymakers.


A Call for Prayer in Mental Health Week

Written by Nouwen Network Thursday, 19 September 2013 00:21

A Nouwen Network invites you to join with us in calling for A National Day of Prayer for Mental Illness Awareness Recovery and Understanding to be established in Australia.


Social Justice Matters

Written by NCCA Tuesday, 10 September 2013 15:54

"What does the Lord require of you?

This year the Social Justice Sunday resource acknowledges that embracing the call to do justice is very challenging.


Social Justice Sunday 2012

Written by NCCA Tuesday, 04 September 2012 17:09

30 September is Social Justice Sunday. The NCCA Social Justice Network has produced a resource entitled “Peace in the Marketplace – so all may live in dignity” to assist parishes, congregations and individuals to reflect on the role that each of us has in shaping the future.


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