Welcome to the SACC ...
... the Council of Churches in South Australia.
The aim of the South Australian Council of Churches is to assist the churches across South Australia in their journey towards more visible signs of Christian unity and to explore what they might do better together than individually and by nurturing and nourishing their understanding, spiritual growth and practice of ecumenism.
and I am in you,
may they also be in us,
so that the world may believe
that you have sent me.
Our Vision is to act and work together for a common witness to the World. Several churches in South Australia make up the membership of SACC. A number of committees have responsibility for developing the vision, direction and review of the priorities.
If you want to get to know us, please give us a call and we'd be delighted to hear from you and to share information about the work of ecumenism. You can go to our Facebook page to receive updates and to read our E-News.
Walk TogetherA national event as part of Refugee Week, taking place in 15 Australian Cities, in recognition of the equality and dignity of all people.
More details, please click here.
Annual Ecumenical Lecture
Receptive Ecumenism: Encounter with Beauty, Truth and Love
Room S1, Adelaide College of Divinity, 34 Lipsett Terrace, Brooklyn Park
World Environment Day
Recognition, Reconciliation and Relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the churches in South AustraliaSACC General Council made the above statement of commitment on 20 April 2013. To download, please click here (143 KB).
SA Council of Churches General Meeting: Brief Report - for Church Newsletters
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 12-19 May 2013
From Fractured Witness to Healing, Wholeness and Unity in Christ
3. 24-28 July 2012 - five-day series of Conversations and Presentations held in 7 different venues across South Australia
For a summary, visit our section Receptive Ecumenism.
4. YouTube clip, prepared by Matthew Stuart, Committee for Local Ecumenism
Prisoners, Prisons and Respectful Relationships
An ecumenical resource, developed by SA Council of Churches Working Party, to assist us all.
More details please click here