Equip training 2018: 24 March

More details at: www.equipefac.org/

Responding to the transgender phenomenon 13 June

The world is changing rapidly around us. Many now believe that gender not only exists on a broad spectrum but can be chosen and changed at will. Others believe the binary nature of … Continue Reading →

Jesus & Islam: where to start 17 May 7.30pm

Don’t forget to join us at Grace Norwood (77 Beulah Rd Norwood) on Wednesday 17 May 7.30-9.30pm for a night exploring Jesus and Islam with Samuel Green. It will be … Continue Reading →

Video Recording and PDF notes – Church and State

At our 2016 AGM Rev Dr. Tim Patrick spoke about the relationship that exists between the Church and the State. There is no doubt that this relationship is changing and … Continue Reading →

Public Event | Greed as a False Religion

We’re delighted to invite you to join us at a public seminar about Greed. It permeates our society, our churches, and is a constant force on our hearts and minds. Come … Continue Reading →

RECORDING AVAILABLE – “Casting Lots? Thinking Biblically about Choosing Leaders”

Here is an audio recording of the Ministry Workers event held on Wednesday May 11, 12.30-2.30pm at which Tim Patrick spoke on the subject “Casting Lots?  Thinking biblically about choosing … Continue Reading →

Ministry Workers Event – “Casting Lots? Thinking Biblically about Choosing Leaders”

Our next Ministry Workers event is being held on Wednesday May 11, 12.30-2.30pm at St Matthew’s Anglican Church, Kensington. In light of the Archbishop’s recent announcement of his retirement we … Continue Reading →

Asylum Seekers Recorded Session

If you couldn’t make it to the Asylum Seeker Information night at St Matt’s on Tuesday 15th September, you can still be informed by listening to the recording of the … Continue Reading →

Asylum Seekers | Can we make a Difference?

EFAC South Australia encourages you to attend an important upcoming event. St Matt’s Church in Kensington are running an Information Night about the Asylum Seeker crisis. Former Australia Detention Centre Manager … Continue Reading →

Alexis Bilindabagabo

Rwanda Past and Present

The Challenge of Reconciliation for Christians after genocide? Alexis Bilindabagabo is the Anglican Bishop of Gahini in Rwanda. He has been a refugee three times – as a five-year-old with … Continue Reading →