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June 2020 Issue 2

A Pilgrim Liturgy

Peace and Reconciliation can face strange resistances....As we continue our work of reconciliation, we pray for the grace to see people as Jesus sees them. We pray for the grace to persist with our responsibility as ministers of reconciliation.

A more compassionate Australia would be wonderful!

What will it be? Will we go forward to a better new "normal” of a more compassionate society or just go back to the negative aspects of old ways? 

Bishop Philip Huggins shares his reflections from the 18 June webinar interview with Charter for Compassion, titled Hearts of Compassion: Australian Faith Communities Respond to COVID-19 .

Help us support First Nation's people

Martung Upah is NCCA's major fundraising appeal. Income received allows us to fund the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Development Fund.


Zimbabwe COVID-19 Crisis

COVID-19 has affected all of us, but not equally. Please give today to help provide food, soap and clean water, to families in need.  

A Youtube channel launch, reflections from a former refugee, a documentary and more

Australia has always embraced diversity and the richness that multiculturalism brings into our lives and community. As refugee week draws to a close, explore the ways in which you can learn more and engage further.

Christian Churches and organisations around the world have voiced concern regarding the Israeli annexation plans for parts of the Palestinian West Bank territory and the Jordan Valley.

World Council of Churches

WCC s2

  • VACANCY - Programme Executive - Ecumenical United Nations Office NY
    Application deadline 30 June 2020. Apply online. 
  • 11th WCC Assembly postponed until the second half of 2022  
    The decision was made due to the gravity and uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Racism and inequality anywhere in the world are threats to humanity, says CCA General Secretary 

“Those who strike against people because of their colour are striking against God who created all human beings in the image of God."

FECCA Advisory Committee Recruitment Closes 28 June 2020

Positions are now available on the disability, healthy ageing, new and emerging communities, rural and regional, women's and youth advisory committees. Each committee is representative of the diverse communities within Australia and will include individuals with lived experience and service providers.

Help bring this experience to Sydney

Twenty-five million people call Australia home – and each person has a story. 

The Australian National Maritime Museum are working on a project crowdfunding campaign and they need your support.

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