Roundup: Church communication, WCC, Afghanistan, meditation, global evangelism, Black Saturday, Waste Not Want Not.
Church communication needs to be personal and authentic, and that is why it has traditionally been centred on face-to-face contacts.
The WCC Annual Review is an illustrated account of WCC programs and activities over the year. It also contains key information on WCC member churches, governing bodies, finances, publications and other resources.
An open letter from religious leaders to President Obama.
Was it possible to survive 10 days of meditating in an Indian retreat without speaking, reading or making eye-contact with fellow guests?
Communicating Climate Justice: Articles and worship resources.
Evangelical Protestant leaders who live in the Global South generally are optimistic about the prospects for evangelicalism in their countries. But those who live in the Global North tend to be more pessimistic.
A Victorian children’s author is hoping her new book about the Black Saturday bushfires can ease the grief of families enduring natural disasters around Australia.
The extraordinary thing about Waste Not Want Not is the depth of community commitment for the project.
Supervisor Training ProgramMon, 10th May 2021 - Fri, 5th Nov 2021
FREE Webinars for parents and carersMon, 16th Aug 2021 - Thu, 18th Nov 2021
Why the Uniting Church Supports the School Strike for ClimateWed, 6th Oct 2021
Ministry on the Edge- CancelledThu, 14th Oct 2021
Supporting young people's mental health when they are onlineTue, 19th Oct 2021 - Thu, 18th Nov 2021