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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.


Stories on the Ecumenical Journey

Peace Lamps from the Holy Land

From John and Dawn Sullivan, Members of SACC Ecumenical Partners for Justice and Peace.
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Peace Lamps from The Holy Land: Praying for Peace

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

See Father Raed's message here.

Stories on the Ecumenical Journey

Christmas Carolling

From Pastor Leon Rosenberg, Carlsruhe-Saddleworth Lutheran Parish, and Member of SACC Community for Local Ecumenism.
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Stories on the Ecumenical Journey

Where do you promote the Christmas Bowl Appeal?

From Pastor Leon Rosenberg, Carlsruhe-Saddleworth Lutheran Parish, and Member of SACC Community for Local Ecumenism.
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Stories on the Ecumenical Journey

Waiting for service at a café?

From Pastor Leon Rosenberg, Carlsruhe-Saddleworth Lutheran Parish, and Member of SACC Community for Local Ecumenism.
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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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SACC Annual General Meeting - Saturday 19 November 2016

We thank the Australian Lutheran College, including Pastor James Winderlich, Principal, and Lutheran appointees to SA Council of Churches - Bishop David Altus, Pastor Leon Rosenberg, and Mr Gilbert Materne - for their gracious and generous  hospitality in hosting the AGM of SA Council of Churches on 19 November 2016.

We are grateful to Dr Stephen Pietsch, Lecturer in Pastoral Theology at ALC, who described the Reformation, 500 years on, with a focus on Luther, Conflict and Communion. He traced some important aspects of Luther’s reformation theology for ecumenical dialogue today, drawing on the Document ‘From Conflict to Communion’:

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The Fourth International Conference on Receptive Ecumenism

Monday 6 November – Thursday 9 November 2017

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