The Uniting Church Carlton – Church of All Nations – will celebrate their 50 Year anniversary with a service and forum, Who Do You Say I Am: Identity, Multiculturalism and Christianity in Contemporary Australia on Sunday, 5th of March.
50 Years as Church of All Nations:
who do you say I am?
You are invited to a Service of Celebration and special forum on multiculturalism and Christianity in contemporary Australia.
|What: 50 Years as Church of All Nations (10am) and
‘Who do you say I am?’ forum (12.30pm)
Where: Church of All Nations
When: 5 March 2017, 10am Service, 12.30pm forum (concludes 3pm)
The Service will be followed by a lunch and speeches. The special forum will feature experts in the field, providing inspiration for participation and idea generation.
Who Do You Say I Am:
Identity, Multiculturalism and Christianity in Contemporary Australia
At a time of great change – inviting Christians to respond.
- Christian Perspectives on Multiculturalism
- Multiculturalism in the Congregation
- Multiculturalism and Christians in the public square.
- Rev Dr John Flett expert on Christian mission, multiculturalism and Australia – Coordinator of Studies in Missiology Faculty of Pilgrim Theological College (Uniting Church) Melbourne
- Dr Matthew Tan Catholic blogger (Divine Wedgie), theologian specializing in migrant identity & international relations – Adjunct Senior Lecturer of Theology University of Notre Dame Australia
- Rev Dr Christine Sorensen Uniting Church theological educator specializing in formation, adult education and multiculturalism – Dean of Formation at United Theological College, Sydney.