Events

Online events

Multi-faith webinar: what is domestic and family violence?

Designed for church leaders and pastoral carers, this webinar will provide general information on domestic and family violence, and will include personal stories. This session is part of a series of Domestic Violence Awareness webinars organised by the Joint Churches Domestic Violence Prevention Project, a commission of Queensland Churches Together.

Events

National Mental Health Week service

St John’s Cathedral
373 Ann Street
Brisbane  Qld  4000

Anglicare Southern Queensland and The Very Reverend Dr Peter Catt, Dean of St John’s Cathedral, warmly invite you to the 2020 National Mental Health Week service at St John’s Cathedral. A light morning tea will be held following the service. Please RSVP by 4 pm Friday 2 October.

Online events

Bishop Michael Putney Memorial Lecture

via Zoom

 

Dr Sara Ghelin from the Faculty of Theology, University of Helsinki, is the guest speaker at this year’s Bishop Michael Putney Memorial Lecture. Sarah will talk on “Pathways to Peace: Ecumenical formation in a Conflict -Ridden World.” This is a free event, co hosted by Queensland Churches Together and Brisbane Roman Catholic Council for Ecumenism and Inter-relgious Relations.

Online events

Multi-faith webinar: understanding perpetrators and responding to domestic and family violence in Toowoomba

Designed for church leaders and pastoral carers, this webinar will focus on understanding perpetrators and how professionals are responding to domestic and family violence in Toowoomba. This session is part of a series of Domestic Violence Awareness webinars organised by the Joint Churches Domestic Violence Prevention Project, a commission of Queensland Churches Together.

Online events

St Francis College Open Day (online)

via Zoom

Are you interested in deepening your faith through greater understanding of God and His word? St Francis College offers a range of subjects, at both university and non-tertiary levels, on topics covering the Bible, systematic theology, Church history and practical theology. Join with other potential students for an information session via Zoom, where you can meet some of the St Francis College teaching staff, learn about the subjects available and ask questions. Please register your interest in advance to receive the link to join the meeting: email santhonisz@ministryeducation.org.au

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Multi-faith webinar: theology and domestic and family violence + Q&A

Designed for church leaders and pastoral carers, this webinar will focus on theology and domestic and family violence, and will include Q&A with an expert panel. This session is part of a series of Domestic Violence Awareness webinars organised by the Joint Churches Domestic Violence Prevention Project, a commission of Queensland Churches Together.

Events

Ecological Theology — an exciting new subject at St Francis College

Lecture Room 1
St Francis College
233 Milton Rd
Milton  Qld  4064

This new subject examines the sources, methods and difficulties of thinking theologically about creation and Christian living. The subject is offered as a series of intensives over five Mondays (16, 23, 30 November 2020 and 11, 18 January 2021). Available as an elective within the Bachelor of Theology or as a single subject. Limited auditing spaces available.

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Nourishing our Souls: Northern Region lay retreat

Maroochy Waterfront Camp & Conference Centre
2-46 David Low Way
Maroochydore  Qld  4558

Enjoy a time of worship, prayer, fellowship and relaxation in this silent weekend retreat. Held on the tranquil banks of the Maroochy River on the Sunshine Coast and facilitated by The Rev’d Nicholas Whereat from The Parish of Aspley-Albany Creek, this retreat will include an introduction by Bishop Jeremy Greaves, addresses and formal worship, along with plenty of unstructured time for private prayer and reflection. Attendance options are available for the whole weekend or the Saturday only.

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Explore Anglican Foundations — 12 informative and entertaining lectures

Lecture Room 1
St Francis College
233 Milton Rd
Milton  Qld  4064

Don’t miss the opportunity to learn about the Anglican Church from our Archbishop Phillip Aspinall and Bishop Jonathan Holland. The course, consisting of 12 lectures presented over three Saturdays (21 Nov, 28 Nov 2020 and 16 Jan 2021), provides a door to a deeper understanding of Anglicanism, with time for questions and reflections. Cost: $200.

Events

Explore Anglican Foundations — 12 informative and entertaining lectures

Lecture Room 1
St Francis College
233 Milton Rd
Milton  Qld  4064

Don’t miss the opportunity to learn about the Anglican Church from our Archbishop Phillip Aspinall and Bishop Jonathan Holland. The course, consisting of 12 lectures presented over three Saturdays (21 Nov, 28 Nov 2020 and 16 Jan 2021), provides a door to a deeper understanding of Anglicanism, with time for questions and reflections. Cost: $200.

Events

Explore Anglican Foundations — 12 informative and entertaining lectures

Lecture Room 1
St Francis College
233 Milton Rd
Milton  Qld  4064

Don’t miss the opportunity to learn about the Anglican Church from our Archbishop Phillip Aspinall and Bishop Jonathan Holland. The course, consisting of 12 lectures presented over three Saturdays (21 Nov, 28 Nov 2020 and 16 Jan 2021), provides a door to a deeper understanding of Anglicanism, with time for questions and reflections. Cost: $200.

Events

Graduate Certificate in Professional Supervision (Pastoral/Clinical)

Lecture Room 1
St Francis College
233 Milton Rd
Milton  Qld  4064

Applications are now open for this nationally-registered training course offered at St Francis College in 2021. The course gives clergy and/or therapists the opportunity to study the theory and practice of professional supervision of other carers. Delivered part-time over one year, the course comprises eight days of intensive classroom training, as well as online and work-based practice/input. Course dates: 5–6 March, 16–19 June, and 17–18 Sept 2021.