PEACEtalks goes zoom reflecting on ways to think about and define the centres and peripheries of Christianity, who or what controls, shapes and influences the markers of belonging and right belief, who or what is mainstream or marginal.
This summer, something profound, with the potential to reshape our common life and our future occurred. Explore the landscape—theological, political, cultural—left behind by the flames. Led by Rev Dr Jason John
Rev Katherine Rainger shares an invitation to “come and hear” and reflect on what it means to welcome Jesus while also being attentive to the experiences of Palestinian Christians in the land of his birth
Hear from an exciting panel of speakers about what it’s like to be LGBTIQA+, have a disability, be multicultural, and Aboriginal, in God’s Family and in our churches
Hear Rev Dr Seforosa Carroll exploring the importance of faith/theology in the Pacific and how it can be both a hindering and transforming agent of change. Also exploring the importance of Indigenous knowledge and wisdom as a source of resilience in a changing climate.