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... the Council of Churches in South Australia.

South Australian Council of Churches - nurturing and nourishing the understanding, spiritual growth and practice of ecumenism across the Churches of South Australia.


Exchange of Gifts: Reimagining our Unity in Christ through Receptive Ecumenism

Saturday 8 July, 9.30am-12 noon, St John the Baptist Parish Centre, 342 Anzac Hwy, Plympton.
An Ecumenical Learning Event of SA Council of Churches
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Leaning into the Spirit: discernment, decision-making and reception

The 4th International Conference on Receptive Ecumenism, from Monday 6 to Thursday 9 November 2017, in Canberra.
Call for papers and more information

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 28 May - 4 June 2017

Reconciliation - The Love of Christ Compels Us (cf. 2 Corinthians 5:14-20)

Resources are available through the National Council of Churches.

Prayer cards are available through Queensland Churches Together. Orders can be sent to the QCT office email: admin@qct.org.au. QCT will advise you of the cost per card and postage.          

Ecumenical Landscape of SA Council of Churches: May 2017

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

SACC 70th Birthday Celebrations Saturday 29 April 2017

Reflections - for sharing in your newsletters together with your own reflections and photos
Image and reflections by Heshmat Keroloss

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

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

Details - Applications Closed 

Lent-Easter-Pentecost 2017

This year, 2017, Christians from all traditions will celebrate Easter on the same day - 16 April.  The two dates coincide when the full moon following the equinox comes so late that it counts as the first full moon after 21 March in the Julian calendar as well as the Gregorian For more information please visit: World Council of Churches

Peace Lamps and Olive Oil Soaps from The Holy Land: Praying for Peace

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