Roundup: Methodist history, feminist politics, NCLS, Indigenous rights

Roundup: Methodist history, feminist politics, NCLS, Indigenous rights

Methodists encourage people to dig out their radical history

Historians are inviting people to dig up stories about radical, dissenting Methodists in their family tree and share them on a new heritage website.

Pussy prophets and nuns on buses

Will feminist politics get more holy & foolish?

Flock keeping the faith – and feeling blessed

Falling church attendances in Australia may have plateaued and churchgoers are considerably happier than ten years ago, according to the five-yearly church ”census”.

WCC support for Indigenous peoples of Australia

In case you missed it in the general report, the World Council of Churches Central Committee encouraged the Australian churches to give further support to the efforts of Australia’s Indigenous peoples as they seek the implementation of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, especially the right to self-determination for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.


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