Celebrating Reconciliation Week, Mamarapha College unveiled new facilities designed to enhance First Nations ministry and education, featuring a significant mural telling a journey from darkness to light.
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"Abuse of power affects both men and women. It’s a discussion we need to have as a church." An online summit is being held this Friday night (August 26) on the eve of enditnow Emphasis Day.
ATSIM director Pastor Darren Garlett and ASA associate national director Jacques Calais attended the event. Both AUC and ASA are in the process of writing RAPs for the Church and schools in Australia.
The first stage of the Australian Union Conference’s (AUC) Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was approved by the AUC board of directors on May 12.
The development will completely transform the current facilities, allowing the college to provide a better learning environment.
The 30-lesson PowerPoint series featuring visual content and easy English was specially designed with indigenous Australians in mind.
The government of Western Australia had imposed regional borders within its state to ensure that remote, vulnerable Indigenous communities were not exposed to COVID-19.
More than 200 Indigenous Australians gathered together in Victor Harbor, South Australia, for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ministries (ATSIM) national camp from January 16-21.