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NCCA Newsletter - Issue 7

Thursday, 18 September 2014 09:57

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Recruitment

Thursday, 18 September 2014 09:20

NCCA – Safe Church Training Agreement
National Coordinator

Part-time, permanent position - 3 days per week

Located at Sydney CBD or Melbourne CBD

For more information go to http://www.ncca.org.au/home/employment

   

Recruitment of General Secretary

Wednesday, 03 September 2014 12:02

General Secretary - National Council of Churches

NSW – Sydney Region

Strengthening relationships between churches in Australia

Dialogue, leadership and initiative

Strategy, policy and projects

For more information please go to: http://www.ncca.org.au/home/employment


 

   

Social Justice Sunday 2014

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 00:02

 

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28 September 2014

Gambling and its Impact in Australia
Is Nothing Sacred?

 

The NCCA Social Justice Network has chosen the topic of “gambling” for the 2014 Social Justice Sunday resource in the hope of voicing the strong concerns held by the Churches about the encroachment of gambling and its destruction into the daily lives of many Australians. Poker machine reform is no longer on our national political agenda, however the expansion of gambling methods is extending, prompting the subtitle “is nothing sacred?”.

The resource is available in hard copy  by phoning or emailing the NCCA. Copies may also be available from either your State Council of Churches or possibly your denomination Social Justice Officer.

Read more: Social Justice Sunday 2014