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Plan Be Lenten Reflections

St John’s Anglican Cathedral, along with a number of other parishes, have decided to use Plan Be for their Lenten Reflections this year. You can join in 5pm-7pm Friday nights at Newstead Brewery Milton, Brisbane. Starting 15 March.

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RECONCILE

SPECIAL EARLY BIRD OFFER Register on or before January 4 to receive a $15 discount to RECONCILE, as well as two free books: Water at the Roots: Poems and Insights of a Visionary Farmer Broken but Blessed: Journeying from Pain to Peace with Unlikely Guides Both books are kindly provided by our amazing friends at the Bruderhof […]

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The Prophetic Jewish, Interfaith & Secular Voice to Heal and Transform the World

Tikkun Mission Statement. Tikkun uplifts Jewish, interfaith, and secular prophetic voices of hope that contribute to universal liberation. A catalyst for long-term social change we empower people and communities to heal the world by embracing revolutionary love, compassion, and empathy. We promote a caring society that protects the life support system of the planet and celebrates […]

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Join Our Community Course in December For Ten Days

  We have been hosting a community course for the last 30 years. We don’t know how much longer we will be able to continue to host it. So if you don’t want to miss out on this special opportunity, talk to your friends, get a group together, and make sure you register now. The course to […]

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“How do you maintain hope in a despairing world?”

An invite to our next Project Hope meeting this Saturday morning. We’ll explore the topic “How do you maintain hope in a despairing world?” The conversation will be led by three older people who have been exploring ways to respond to that question for many years: Charles Ringma will bring an international perspective from his […]

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Finding Common Ground

Are you disheartened by the increasing division showing up around the world? Are you concerned for our future — and for the future of generations to come? As troubling and overwhelming as the events filling our news feeds are, as a human race, we actually have within us what it takes to transform our world… […]

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Beyond Church

Melbourne: Beyond Church? Whitley College 2018 School of Ministry Dates: Mon 25 & Tues 26 June 2018; Venue: Centre for Theology and Ministry, Parkville, Melbourne How do you live at God’s pace in a high-pressure world? How can you support and resource your communities of faith for what is happening at work and everywhere? Join us […]

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Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries

  On Easter Wednesday—the 50th anniversary of MLK’s assassination—our mentor and “mother of the movement” Liz McAlister, along with six Catholic Worker veterans, entered the Trident nuclear submarine base in Kings Bay, GA in order to begin the disarmament process.  Learn more about this action at www.facebook.com/Kingsbayplowshares/.  Who is this extraordinary woman?  As the first of our […]

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Christian Muslim Encounters

I’m excited to announce the launch of “An introduction to Christian Muslim Encounters” – a 4 week course at Blackburn Cathedral funded by Near Neighbours This course is an opportunity to explore Christianity & Islam, the journey begins by creating a safe space and exploring the following themes over the 4 weeks: Introduction to Christianity […]

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Interested In Anabaptist Studies?

Centre For Anabaptist Studies The core of the Centre is comprised of six modules that, uniquely in the United Kingdom, enable students to complete a course in Anabaptist Studies at Masters’ level. One of these is an introduction to research methodology, which our validating university requires for all MA courses (although this has been adapted […]

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Christian Witness In the Midst Of Capitalism

AAANZ Table Fellowship Webinar: Christian Witness In the Midst Of Capitalism Saturday 10 March, 5pm AEDST – Speaker: Jonathan Cornford, co-founder of Manna Gum, a ministry in good news economics. Jonathan is a humble, engaging and deeply knowledgeable speaker. He teaches and writes extensively about the Bible’s vision of economic and ecological justice and how this applies to […]

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Standing for Truth in a Post-Truth world

When: From 9 am till 11.30am, Saturday June 3 Where: House Centre, 69 Thomas St West End As always there will be tea and coffee available.   Naiara Carillo trained in journalism and is currently working on a PhD, looking at how food is presented in supermarkets in ways that influence our actions. Underlying ideas include how […]

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