Welcome to the SACC ...

... 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.


SACC General Meetings

Summary of General Meeting held Saturday, 14 May 2016
    
Forthcoming:
Saturday, 19 November 2016 (AGM)

Recent:
Saturday, 14 November 2015 (AGM)

Focus 2016-2018

Since being [re]formed in 2008, each of the three SACC Standing Committees have continued to change focus, energy and vision on account of various factors.  Earlier this year, each committee, in consultation with the Executive Committee, considered the direction of their responsibility for the various Priorities, with reference to 2015 Onwards, to which many people contributed last year.

The result is a description of key focal areas and relationships for 2016-2018, plus a new name for each of the three Standing Committees:

Community for Ecumenical Learning
Community for Local Ecumenism
Ecumenical Partners for Justice and Peace

Recognition, Reconciliation and Relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the churches in South Australia

More information     


Receptive Ecumenism

Healing Gifts for Wounded Hands: The promise and potential of Receptive Ecumenism - a booklet to assist us all in the way of Receptive Ecumenism: updated


Receiving the Gift of the Other: Worksheet
 
Receptive Ecumenism Workshops for Inter Church Councils and for Congregations/Parishes

The Gift of Each Other: Learning from Other Christians Resource for Parishes

Receptive Ecumenism in International Perspective: Contextual Ecclesial Learning 


Prayer Circle

May 2016 - Coptic Orthodox Church, Diocese of Melbourne and Affiliated Regions
More information


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

Insights and Learnings

Peace Lamps from The Holy Land: Praying for Peace

More information

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

Insights from the Global Ecumenical Theological Institute [GETI]

Information here

Domestic Violence Handbook for Clergy and Pastoral Workers

One of the most difficult things for a survivor of violence to do is to find the courage to tell someone they are being abused. Handbook


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