Roundup: Healing, close the gap, Braidwood 150, green pilgrimage network, gender inequity, same-sex unions, evangelical belief
A series of Biblical meditations on gender, reproductive and sexual health is being launched by the World Council of Churches, inviting congregations and individual Christians to make November a month of reflection on health and healing.
Join the campaign to save the Cape Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre to help ensure a brighter future for all residents of the Cape and Gulf regions.
Over the weekend of 29 and 30 October 2011 the Braidwood Uniting Church celebrated one hundred and fifty years of worship in the Church Building.
A ban on cars on pilgrimage routes; solar panels for cathedral roofs; provision of fresh clean, water for pilgrims, and the planting of thousands of trees around sacred sites – these are just some of the initiatives which the founder members of the Green Pilgrimage Network pledged to implement.
The Bible is filled with resources to challenge gender inequity and to show the ways in which gender inequity leads to illness and death.
Places of worship can host civil partnership ceremonies from next month, but Anglican clergy will not be signing up.
Secular America often laments the impact of evangelicals in politics, thinking their anti-intellectualism is inherent in evangelical Christianity. But as the community’s scholars demonstrate, it doesn’t have to be this way.
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