In the best sense, faith is a verb. Faith is active. Sure, faith is about 'being'. But 'doing' grows out of that. Here you'll find ideas, programs, websites and news about social justice and more....What does living our faith out in our communities look like? Have a look here.
The Building Faith website has been making some great resources for faith formation lately and here's another one. This free webinar is a middle-of-the-night thing for us here but normally registering for webinars means you can access the material at your own leisure after it's done. Here's the details from them...
2017 has well and truly started and we’ve seen some great films released already (LaLa Land anyone?) But you might have missed these in the heady rush of 2016. Look out for them on DVD or through your streaming service of choice...
Want to understand your faith more? Want to understand more about the strands of faith that combine to bring life to our Anglican Church? Want to experiment with different kinds of prayer from our long Anglican history to see what suits you best?
Do you believe exploring faith matters? Do you want to be equipped for ministry? Do you want to be more effective for mission? Do you want to go a little deeper into the scriptures than a single day or 6 week course can offer? Then you and your fellow parishioners may be candidates for...
Carpenter Daniel Blake is a survivor. He’s had to be; his wife has died leaving him bereft but he must go on. Even a heart attack couldn’t stop him. But one thing just might: being caught between the fangs of a welfare bureaucracy that seems constructed to rob him of his self-respect and means of living.
Considering becoming a leader of the two new 360 Project modules, BIBLE360 Introduction to the Prophets and FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways? That role is available to clergy in the Anglican Church Southern Queensland diocese and suitable lay people appointed by them.
Want to resource your parishioners with the latest events, news, ideas and strategies to enable us all to be better stewards of creation? Or just want some of those ideas yourself, for projects at your church?
Writing a letter after someone has lost someone is difficult. Working out what to say and how to say it can be like walking on egg shells. You don't want to be trite or use cliches; those things lose their meaning during such hard times. And yet writing a letter, a real pen-on-paper letter is surely a good thing to do. So what can you do?
It's great fun to chat about books you've been reading with others, especially if they've read the same book. So a book club that discusses a book and adds in a faith dimension? That sounds like a great idea! Eve James at The Roscoe Library, St Francis Theological College is starting Reading with Spiritual Eyes. It's just such a book club!
After the success of BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible, it made sense to expand the project to include opportunities for learning in other areas related to faith and faith formation. Using the distinctive '360' concept of exploring issues from all sides, you see before you: The 360 Project!