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Faith

Reflection of the Week - 31 August 2021

It is easy enough to take in good stuff; we come to church, we read our Bibles, we pray, we listen to fabulous sermons and even play Christian music … somehow over the hours that follow, the good stuff then gets changed as it passes through us.

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Aunty Lucy Lester - A Tribute

Aunty Lucy was one of the early Congress leaders involved in the formation of Congress and was at the meeting on Elcho Island in 1983.

Safe Church

National Child Protection Week

National Child Protection Week is a campaign occurring annually across Australia to raise awareness of child abuse prevention.

Faith

Reflection of the Week - 10 August 2021

We can live our life controlled by competition, abuse of power, coercion, unforgiving and taxing expectations, and self-centred gain, influenced by the fear of never being good enough, fast enough, canny enough, or worthwhile.

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2022 Ministerial Stipends Update

The Stipends Committee met on 27th July, 2021 to deliberate on the ministerial stipend and allowances for 2022.

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Crying Out

Exploring the Statement from the Heart and care for the environment (The South Australian Dialogue of the Roman Catholic Church and Uniting Churches).

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In Memory of Deacon Nick Kerr

Deacon Nick Kerr from the Catholic Church passed away on 27th July 2021 after an extended illness, he was 81 years of age.

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