Induction of new Synod placements to occur at the special meeting of the Synod

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Not only will the upcoming special meeting of the Synod determine the appointment of a new General Secretary, it will also induct two of the churches newest placements. Minister of the Word, Rev Sue Page will be officially inducted into the role of Associate General Secretary, a role she has already begun as of the New Year. Deacon, Rev Tim Hodgson will also be inducted into his placement as Executive Officer, UnitingCare SA.

This meeting has also scheduled time on the agenda to consider proposals that were not dealt with at the November 2018 meeting of the Presbytery and Synod.

The meeting will commence at 9am with worship, including the inductions of Rev Sue Page and Rev Tim Hodgson into their Synod roles.

The meeting will be held on Saturday 9 February 2019 at the Adelaide West Uniting Church (312 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Brooklyn Park) commencing at 9am and concluding at 4pm. Registrations will open at 8:15am on the day of the meeting.

Membership of the special meeting of Synod is the membership roll of the November 2018 meeting.  A letter has been sent to members as notice to convene the meeting.  More information can be found on the website here.  Please register your intention to attend as soon as possible, as we need to ensure a quorum of at least 50% of the membership of the November meeting is met.

Please pray for this important meeting of our Synod.

 

 


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