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Rev Dr Lee Levett-Olson – Conclusion of Placement

To be held in the Nungalinya College Chapel 9.30am Friday 16th November 2018

Conclusion of Placement and recognition of Retirement for                                                              Rev Dr Lee Levett-Olson                                              

and special thanks to       

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Induction of new Synod General Secretary

Please click on the link below for full details of the induction service of Reverend Haloti Kailahi as the New Synod General Secretary

To be held on Friday 14 December 2018 at Casuarina Uniting Church


Induction Service for Darwin Memorial Church Minister

    You are invited to the Induction Service for Rev Dr Andrew Williams

   at Darwin Memorial Uniting Church at 7 pm Friday 16th November 2018

      A light supper will be served after the service

 

Please RSVP for catering to the Church Office dmuc@bigpond.com  or phone 08 8981 2897


PETER JONES FAREWELL

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  YOU ARE INVITED TO PETER’S FAREWELL AFTERNOON TEA 

   on THURSDAY 13TH DECEMBER 2.00 PM at the

  SYNOD OFFICE 2 Railway Street PARAP                                   

                                                                         

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Patrol Minister – Cunnamulla Burke & Wills

The Presbytery of The Downs, in partnership with Frontier Services, is seeking a person to minister to remote rural and isolated communities in the Cunnamulla Burke and Wills area in south west Queensland.

If you have a passion for ministry with people in the Outback, you will have many opportunities to serve people in the small communities and large properties that are a part of this remote area – Bedourie, Birdsville, Charleville, Cunnamulla, Quilpie, Wyandra and the like.

Together we will discern

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Freedom to Decide on Marriage

The 15th Assembly of the Uniting Church in Australia has agreed to hold two equal and distinct views on marriage to honour the diversity of Christian belief among its members.
Meeting for the first time since last year’s change to Australian marriage laws, members of the Church’s national decision-making body resolved to allow its ministers the freedom to conduct or refuse to conduct same-gender marriages.

 Uniting Church Recognises first people’s sovereignty

The Uniting Church has affirmed that the First Peoples of Australia, the

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