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Ecumenical Bequest to assist in the work of Refugees and Displaced Persons

Details - Applications Closed 
Notice of Selected Projects

SACC Annual General Meeting - Saturday 21 October 2017

Walking Together: Conversations of the Heart

On Saturday 21 October 2017, SA Council of Churches General Council and its various committees gathered for the AGM and for an exchange of hopes, insights and ways of assisting the member churches in making more visible their unity in Christ.

Minutes

Ecumenical Landscape of SA Council of Churches: May 2017

Ecumenical Landscape (printable version)
Ecumenical Landscape (online reading version)

Port Pirie Diocesan Assembly 2017 - Building Bridges of Peace (500 years since the Reformation)

Reflections
Ecumenical Service Bridges of Peace
Homily - Ecumenical Celebration of the Word - 4.4.2017

SACC 70th Birthday Celebrations Saturday 29 April 2017

Minutes
A Vision - 70 years from now
Outline [Agenda] of the celebrations
Reflections - for sharing in your newsletters together with your own reflections and photos
Image and reflections by Heshmat Keroloss
Presentation on the day (available until 21 December 2017)
Photos of the day

Formation and Education for Leadership in Ecumenism in the Spirit of Christ

Insights and Learnings

Prospects and Challenges for the Ecumenical Movement in the 21st Century

Insights from the Global Ecumenical Theological Institute [GETI]

Information here

Healing our Broken Life: Living More Fully our Love and Unity in Christ - in, with, and for our world

Insights & Reflections on the visit of Rev Dr Olav Fykse Tveit, General Secretary, World Council of Churches to South Australia on 14 October 2016.
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Greetings from the General Secretary
Letter

International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People: 29 November 2016

See Father Raed's message here.

Magill Inter Church Council celebrates 70 years of ecumenism

To celebrate 70 years of ecumenism in South Australia, Magill Inter Church Council (MICC) sponsored an “ecumenical historical walk” on Sunday 15 October 2017. Photo and more