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This seminar was attended by over 70 members and was made arranged to affirm that The Uniting Church continues to learn of the teaching of the Holy Scriptures in the obedience and freedom of faith, and in the power of the promised gift of the Holy Spirit, from the witness of the Reformers as expressed in various ways in: Or, all 4 Talks in ’The Radical Gospel’ Series here: For reference full details are in the flyer The fourth ELA Camp held at Adare Uniting Venue, Victor Harbor in late January was again a wonderful experience for young leaders from Mackay, Queensland, four from Sydney, 2 from Coromandel Valley, and one each from Waikerie, Port Augusta & Peterborough selected by their churches to have four days of teaching, learning, experiencing, sharing, praying, singing and having fun together.
The UCA’s “Forward Together” version of the dove and flame underlines our desire to offer our conviction and action within the UCA and for its benefit.
Coming from rural congregations Clare, Balaklava & Minlaton & urban churches Burnside, Glenunga, Croydon United & Coro Valley they did a wonderful job!!
The event had 14 Awardees with one from St George (Qld), plus Glenunga, Golden Grove, Kangarilla, Kangaroo Island, Minlaton, Port Augusta, Prospect Hill & Waikerie in SA. Speakers were Derek & Jodi Schiller, Simon Dent, Rod James & Mark Schultz; other Elective leaders included Dave Brown, Craig Bailey & Shirley James with Robyn Painter bringing message at worship.
In the face of the many challenges and difficulties we currently experience within the UCA, we can be assured that Christ is still present to his church The ACC is an assembly of congregations and individuals who identify together to make a shared confession of Christ.
We sometimes say, ‘The ACC confesses Christ according to the faith of the one holy, catholic and apostolic church, as that faith is described in the Basis of Union'.
----------------------------------------------------------------- The Assembly of Confessing Congregations (within the Uniting Church in Australia) held its annual Conference and AGM recently in a UC conference centre near Chatswood in Sydney. This proved to be a gripping topic with speakers elaborating the progressive loss of religious freedoms in Australia and the increasing persecution of Christians around the world.
ACC’s National Chair, Rev Shane Kammermann (formerly of Coro Uniting), set the tone of the Conference in his address at the opening worship.
Expression of thanks was made to the Acting Convenor Rev Rod James for holding the group together over the past couple of years!
Rod will continue to be available as a Resource to the new Leadership team.
Worship in the Adare Church may not have had the beautiful backdrop experienced by those at former camps at Longwood (glass window looking over valley with trees), but how good it was to worship the Lord in music, song, prayer, gathered at the Lord’s table, hearing the Word of God and testimony to Jesus’ presence in the lives of his children.
How grand folk looked at the formal dinner as they were waited on, ate well, talked and listened to entertaining former Zimbabwean cricketer Henry Olonga share about his life living in Zimbabwe, playing international cricket, now living in exile and the ways Jesus has led him and continues to lead him & his family along this journey of life.
Comments received included “great, intense, focussed teaching & mentoring plus practical advice”; “instant fellowship/connection”; “huge learning/growth opportunity”; “finding my identity in Christ”; “so nice to be served and shown example by senior leaders”; “Refreshed joy for leadership, knowing it’s Christ’s ministry not our own”; talks interconnected-many links/points driven home around all talks”; “felt valued by others”.