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18 01, 2017

Short Stories from NCLS

2020-06-30T11:58:03+10:00 18 January 2017|Categories: Discipleship, Leadership, Youth, children and families|0 Comments

The 2016 National Church Life Survey is coming up this October and many Uniting Church congregations will participate.  In the leadup to this year's survey, NCLS have published a series of short videos outlining some of the things we've learned from the previous (2011) NCLS survey. Some examples include: Views of children in Australian churches Who [...]

18 01, 2017

Youth & Young Adults

2017-05-19T09:26:34+10:00 18 January 2017|Categories: Youth, children and families|0 Comments

 Excellent events for young people NCYC  (8-12 January 2017) Yurora National Christian Youth Convention 2017 a multicultural Christian youth festival of word, arts and celebration for ages 16-25. Bible studies, electives and workshops from great leaders from across the country and overseas. They have dynamic worship experiences and huge community gatherings. Yuróra values [...]

18 01, 2017

What if? Toowong’s Big Year

2017-05-19T09:26:38+10:00 18 January 2017|Categories: Youth, children and families|0 Comments

Toowong Uniting Church are trialling the A Big Year digital discipleship resource in an all-age pastorate (mid-size group) meeting regularly during 2014. A Big Year is a digital discipleship resource being developed by a partnership that includes the Uniting Church Synod of Queensland. For more info see our summary here, or the Big Year website. [...]

18 01, 2017

Growing a family-friendly missional community

2017-01-18T17:09:27+10:00 18 January 2017|Categories: Youth, children and families|0 Comments

In small, missional faith communities one of the questions often faced is how to include our kids.  Shaping an adult friendly faith community with lots of interaction and discipleship growth for adults is one thing, but figuring out how to grow kids' faith in the same context is quite another. The folks over at Verge [...]