Roundup: Ecumenism, urbanism, reconciliation, architecture, tolerance
It might be hyperbolic to say that ecumenists experienced a cultural victory and an organisational defeat, but there is something to that view. Ecumenists yielded much of the symbolic capital of Christianity to evangelicals, which is a significant loss. But ecumenists won much of the US. There are trade-offs.
Urbanists should take religion much more seriously than they often do.
Indigenous elders from different corners of Australia answer the question: How do we start building bridges of understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people? And they all agree on one thing: reconciliation starts in your own backyard.
Ravenswood school library, where the walls double as whiteboards and the stairwell as a lecture space, has won the celebrated Sir John Sulman Medal for public architecture.
Gungahlin Uniting Church minister Mark Faulkner has slammed objections to a mosque in the suburb, dubbing them yesterday as intolerant.
2020 Safe Church Awareness Workshops08/08/2020 - 07/11/2020
NYALC - Online19/10/2020 - 11/12/2020
Webinar Series: New Connections: What ways can we overcome isolation and loneliness?20/10/2020 - 04/11/2020
Emerging Gen Workers Day02/11/2020