Growing as disciples of Christ, equipped to participate in God’s mission, is central to our journey of faith. As described in our founding document, The Basis of Union, (Paragraph 11), the Uniting Church holds a high regard for faithful and scholarly interpreters of Scripture, who reflect deeply upon and act in obedience to God’s living Word. We are also thankful for the learning which comes through literary, historical and scientific understanding and continue to be open to learning from contemporary thought and societies.
Encouraging and guiding such learning and how it shapes our understanding of the faith is an important aspect of the Assembly’s work.
Growing in Faith encompasses not only our academic understandings of theology, but also how we as followers of Christ grow in our understanding and application of the faith.
The Growing in Faith Circle provides a space for people to be informed about and offer input into this important area, and to share your own faith journey with others.
Circle Members will be invited to engage with and contribute to resources and activities, such as discussion papers or study resources on topics of the moment, online forums engaging with questions of faith and doctrine, and national conferences or events.
The Advocate for the Growing in Faith Circle is Rev. Ann Perrin.
We asked Ann to share a little about herself.
Coming to our Senses
A Response to “For the Whole Creation” by Dr Margaret Campbell, Panel Member Growing in Faith As I read the document For the Whole Creation presented at the 15th Triennial Assembly, I was drawn to the heading “Coming to Our Senses” on the first page. This phrase was chosen for its reference to the biblical
Meet our Advocate
The Advocate for the Growing in Faith Circle is Rev. Ann Perrin. We asked Ann to share a little about herself. What I am doing now: I am Minister of the Word for the Clarence Uniting Church on the Eastern Shore of the Derwent River in Hobart. I am also Chairperson of the Presbytery of