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Bishop Michael Putney Memorial Lecture

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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.

Anglican Church of Melanesia (Vanuatu) team (led by Fr Benjamin) on Pentecost Island, July 2020. The team is demonstrating hand-washing as part of hygiene and COVID-19 awareness sessions (Photo by ACOM Vanuatu)
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Features

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity: history, origins and resources

“The unity of God’s Church, however, is more than merely overcoming fear and suspicion of difference. Relations between the separated parts of the body of Christ have certainly improved, but we cannot be content with this,” says Bishop Doug Stevens on the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, which is held between Sunday 24 May and Sunday 31 May this year