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Asylum seekers: in search of a humanitarian solution
21 May 2013
Releasing asylum seekers into the community without work rights and welfare support, harsh detention facility conditions, children being held in detention and reports of self-harming are causing growing alarm among Australians.
Brotherhood urges poll pledges on jobless payment
17 May 2013
The Brotherhood of St Laurence has criticised the Gillard Government for failing to increase the Newstart allowance for the unemployed in the 14 May Federal Budget.
Diversity Day – one God, many tongues
17 May 2013
Seventy men and women who between them worship in 14 languages on Sundays, spent a Saturday in May at a multicultural ministry conference at Trinity College.
Remember to Survive: The Strengths of Historic Anglicanism
17 May 2013
There are lessons to be learned from early Christian history about the survival and propagation of the Christian faith.
Anglican agencies give mixed reviews on Victorian Budget
09 May 2013
The Napthine Government’s first State Budget has received mixed reviews from Victoria’s two leading Anglican welfare agencies.
Breast cancer in Palestine: stories of hope and courage
Dynamic Palestinian journalist Maysa Ghannam has courageously battled breast cancer in the public eye. Come and hear her story, and learn about life in Palestine today.
Leaders to Go Conference
National children and families ministry leadership conference for paid or voluntary leaders of leaders in church and school based ministry with pre-school & primary children and families
Reconcilation Action Plan Discussion
Abp Philip Freier to lead a discussion on developing a Reconciliation Action Plan. Come along for Evensong at St Paul's Cathedral, followed by discussion.
"Sport is not a religion"
The not-so-holy comedy debate. Umpired by Father Bob. Presented by Jewish and Muslim communities. Bookings essential.
Christianity Explored - Training Day
Learn how to run a Christianity Explored course within your church or small group. With speakers Rico Tice and Craig Dyer. $30 per person, includes light lunch.
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