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Chief Executive Officer's Update

Ministers forum and ongoing dialogue with Uk Churches of Christ A great gathering of all those in ministry and local church leadership within Churc... Read more

Exploring our historical foundations, part 4: The Church

Some time ago, I met with the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer of a regional shire in Queensland, where we, Churches of Christ in Queensland, provide... Read more

New family support service for Mackay

As part of our commitment to helping children and their families and responding to the needs in our community, Churches of Christ Care obtained fundin... Read more

National Day of thanks

The Australian National Day of Thanks is all about being thankful. First to God for the nation we live in and the blessings and freedoms we enjoy. The... Read more

National Sorry Day - a step forward for healing and reconciliation

National Sorry Day is an opportunity to acknowledge and show our support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander elders and people. Since 1998, this... Read more

Exploring our historical foundations, part 3: Communion

Who we are and what we stand for: a series of articles and stories that have shaped who we are as Churches of Christ by Dean Phelan. Some time ago... Read more

Homeless Connect, providing assistance to those in need

On any given night in Australia 1 in 200 – currently over 100,000 - men, women and children are homeless. On Wednesday, 18 May 2016 Churches... Read more

Not in my church! Focus on domestic violence

The Queensland Government has set up the Domestic and Family Violence Council to oversee the implementation of the ‘Not Now, Not Ever’ dom... Read more

Foster and kinship carers appreciated for their caring hand

It takes a special person to be a foster or kinship carer: someone who can show unconditional love, care and respect to vulnerable children. Kinshi... Read more

Exploring our historical foundations, part 2: Baptism

Within the majority of Christendom the act of baptising/christening an infant has for centuries been understood as a sacred and necessary act that bri... Read more