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COVID-19 restrictions end small-group gatherings

With Adventist leaders recommending even small groups to take place online due to social distancing, what alternatives are church members adopting?

Have your say on church structure models

Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders in Australia are inviting members to be involved in another round of consultation as part of the ongoing church structure...

Church leaders urging members to pray for rain

A National Week of Prayer has been established (Sabbath, December 14 - Sabbath, December 21) in light of the fires and droughts that are devastating Australia.

Religious discrimination bill: Adventist leaders raise concerns

Church leaders say the bill needs more work to adequately protect religious freedom.

Abortion law: Adventist leaders active behind the scenes

Seventh-day Adventist leaders are corresponding with politicians and working together with other Christian organisations as the New South Wales state parliament considers a bill to remove abortion from its criminal code.

Leaders set the course for Adventist education

Seventh-day Adventist education leaders have been warned nothing should be taken for granted, despite the recent Australian election result being seen as the best outcome for faith-based schools.

‘Bill a threat to religious liberty’

Pastor Worker presented the Adventist Church's views to a Senate committee hearing at Parliament House last week.

Proposed amendment bill raises religious freedom concerns for Adventist schools, churches

The AUC says the bill not only has implications for Adventist schools but could also impact Sabbath School classes and Pathfinder meetings.

‘Teachers must reflect Adventist faith and values’

Leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia have affirmed the right to continue to employ staff in Adventist schools who share the Church’s principles and beliefs.

Conference leaders returned at August sessions

The South Queensland and Greater Sydney Conferences recently held their constituency meetings, returning all of their officers for the next four years.
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