Category: Being a Multicultural Church

Intergen meets Intercultural Part 2

Intergenerational meets Intercultural PART 2Kingdom Values vs Cultural Values By Robin Yang I’m writing to continue pondering on how discipleship looks in the intersectionality of the intercultural and intergenerational spaces. Every discipleship framework, and indeed almost everything related to faith and life, places values as the core. These values are the centre around which orbits […]

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New COVID-19 Epicentre

And its repercussions for our Ibero-Latino Community By Rev. Esteban Lievano, UCA Ibero-Latino National Conference Chairperson This week South America was reported as the new global epicentre for the COVID-19 virus. The pandemic will have long-lasting impacts on already impoverished and indigenous communities in the region, but it is also impacting Latin American communities living […]

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Uniting in prayer and hope

Uniting together in prayer and hopeLeaders of the National Conferences of the Uniting Church met virtually this week, exchanging stories of faith and ministry in what has been a challenging time for many of their communities.Middle East National Conference Chairperson Rev. Gaby Kobrossi spoke about devastating impact of the explosions in Beirut and his community’s […]

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An Intercultural and Integenerational ChurchINTERCULTURAL AND INTERGENERATIONAL WORKSHOP How can people of different cultures and generations live out their faith together where everyone is welcome and valued, learning from the experience of First Peoples? The Assembly Resourcing Unit (ARU) has developed a workshop to explore these important questions in how we live out our life […]

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