Gospel Yarning Evangelism Conference

15-19 May in Sydney

Gospel Yarning is a cross-cultural gathering on evangelism in the Uniting Church. A great strength of the Uniting Church is our cultural diversity, so we will hear and build up one another in new wisdom for faith-sharing in many different ways. In the recent past, our evangelism has not been strong. We seek to establish the Uniting Church as a servant of the Gospel for our next forty years.
Please pray
In the lead up to The Gospel Yarning Conference from 15-19 May, the Moderator Rev. Myung Hwa Park is encouraging the whole Synod to pray for this event. If you would like to join with the Moderator to pray, from next week Synod will be sending information about where you can meet and pray with the Moderator. Each week Synod will send out a prayer in a different language. For updates go to facebook page www.facebook.com/gospelyarning/

Beyond Festival 2016

beyond greenhills 2016

A BOUTIQUE FESTIVAL CELEBRATING

CREATIVITY, JUSTICE AND GENUINE COMMUNITY

30 Sep – 3 Oct at Greenhills Centre, Cotter Road Canberra

Beyond Festival with Tim Costello, Megan Washington, Gillian Triggs and Lior.
Website: beyondfestival.com.au
Facebook: www.facebook.com/BeyondFestAus/
Link to 3 min video: www.dropbox.com/s/xawrdwh9nnamhuj/There%20is%20an%20alternative.m4v?dl=0Beyond_Logo-02

Last year the former ‘Black Stump Festival’, which ran for many years in Sydney, changed format and relocated to Greenhills Centre, Cotter Road Canberra. This year join Tim Costello, Megan Washington, Gillian Triggs and Lior and #UnleashJustice.

Beyond Festival 2-5 Oct 2015

beyond festivalThe former ‘Black Stump Festival’ run for many years in Sydney is changing format and relocating to Greenhills Centre, Cotter Road Canberra.

Beyond Festival, 2-5 October 2015, is a brand new event focusing on justice and genuine community.

The best musicians, artists, poets, educators, story tellers, painters and more are all coming together for one long weekend in Canberra to inspire, engage and equip.

This is a festival based on action … to find out more go to the website beyondfestival.com.au/

Death Café

Death Cafe at Kippax Uniting Church 15th February 2015

Death Cafe at Kippax Uniting Church 15th February 2015

The Death Café is a friendly and informal gathering in a relaxed café environment to discuss death, in order to lead a fuller life.

What do you know about death?

Death is not a ‘disease’. Death is not a euphemism. It is not only for the old; young people also face death.

Sunday 15 February 2015, 5-7pm

This is a Kippax Uniting Church and Palliative Care ACT joint initiative. Lead by a staff member from at Palliative Care ACT, Canberra. For further information, call KUCC on 6254 1733. RSVP & free tickets.

Clare Holland House


Kippax Uniting Community Centre, cnr Hardwick Cres & Luke St, Holt ACT
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Kokonut Pacific – open day, Sat. 22 Nov 14

Come to help Kokonut Pacific celebrate 20 years of passionate commitment to social justice and health, for people in the coconut growing areas of the Pacific.

Dan and Richard Etherington

Saturday 22 November 2014, 2.30-5pm
Presentation at 3pm
Afternoon tea at 4pm
34 Silva Avenue, Queanbeyan
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Dan Etherington of Kippax Uniting has built a business assisting coconut producers to develop their ‘cottage’ business in their home places. Dan’s company, Kokonut Pacific, manufactures hand-operated coconut oil machinery that uses a traditional extraction technique and sells it to rural communities in developing countries. Dan and his team of four employees have also had to take an unusually far-reaching approach to marketing. While some villages produce oil for local use, others need to sell it further afield. Kokonut Pacific has helped them with product development and sales of certified organic virgin coconut oil, coconut oil soap and coconut oil biodiesel fuel.

The shop will be open; cash only, please.

www.kokonutpacific.com.au
www.niulife.com