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September 2022 Issue 1

The World Council of Churches 11th General Assembly in Karlsruhe, Germany has come to an end. 

The theme “Christ’s love moves the world to reconciliation and unity”  shaped the gathering.

“A Call to Act Together”

An extremely diverse group of people gathered in Karlsruhe, Germany for the 11th General Assembly of the World Council of Churches (WCC).  United by faith, they came from all regions of the world, from 352 member churches and ecumenical partners of the WCC. This is their message.



Are you committed to human rights and want to make a difference?

Become a non-violent accompanier as part of the EAPPI program.  

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  • Compassionate Resettlement for Refugees forum: Saturday 10 September 2:00 -3.15 pm AEST. 

  • ‘CRISP’ program update: the Community Refugee Integration and Settlement Pilot.

Sharing information 

NEW - Online Safety for Every Family resource: eSafetyCommissioner

Professional Development Workshop – Spiritual reminiscence for older people, 14-15 October 2022, Australian Centre for Christianity & Culture, 15 Blackall St. Barton  ACT

Inaugural First People’s Theological Conference

An opportunity to hear the voices and perspectives of First Peoples on issues relating to the Uniting Church, Theology, and Reconciliation.

When: October 22nd, 2022, 9.30am – 4.45pm AEDT

Where: Wesley Conference Centre, 220 Pitt Street, Sydney  -  and online

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Season of Creation  

Worship resources from:

  • Pacific Conference of Churches 
  • MediaCom
  • Common Grace 
  • UCA - Western Australia and South Australia Synods

Hear from three ecumenical leaders

  • Rev David Baker, General Secretary of Queensland Churches Together
  • Rev Sandy Boyce, Executive Officer of the Victorian Council of Churches
  • Rev Anne Hewitt, Executive Director and General Secretary for Churches Together South Australia

15-22 September 2020

Theme for 2022: Faith, Hope and Love in Action: Towards Justice in Israel Palestine.

“The annual world week for peace in Palestine and Israel offers an opportunity for all of us to engage in active hope...” WCC Acting General Secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Ioan Sauca.

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Peace-making with all God’s people

Receptive Ecumenism - Learning & Healing Together

Join Rev Prof Vicky & Rev Peter Balabanski online, as they share their reflections from the Receptive Ecumenism Conference IV Sigtuna

When: Wednesday 21 September 2022 5:30pm - 6:30pm ACST

17 - 21 September 2022 

Registrations are now open 

Celebrate the International Day of Peace.  Join Raising Peace online for a week of learning, celebration and action.

In person and live-streamed    

You are invited to join the City Bible Forum team at Parliament House Canberra ACT  for the 33rd Australian National Prayer Breakfast. 

Early bird rates: available until 23 September.

When: Monday 28 November 2022 7:15am AEDT

International Day of Peace   

You are cordially invited to celebrate the International Day at the Peace Interfaith Prayer Service.

When: Wednesday, 21 September at 11:00 am (AEST)

Where: Knox Cultural Centre, Knox Grammar School, Wahroonga NSW

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Give now to the work of the NCCA. Just click on the donate button.  

The one who blesses others is abundantly blessed.

(Prov.11:25 The Message)

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