Faith in action
We will be providing resources for National Reconciliation Week for individuals and churches to stand together to re-imagine our nation and continue to pray, act, and walk for Reconciliation (27 May - 3 June)Read more
Common Grace is urging the Western Australian government to cease any decisions on the funding or closures of 150 Indigenous homeland communities.
We want a full impact assessment and public consultation process, as the voices of those for whom these communities are their homes, must be heard.
#SOSBlakAustralia is organising a National Day of Community Rallies across Australia on May 1st.
We are inviting the Australian churches to stand alongside Aboriginal Australians in calling for the forced closure of Aboriginal communities to be stopped. Please consider attending a rally, why not invite a friend and bring a sign? You can find out about the over 70 rallies being organised here.
David Cook was part of the organising committee for the Melbourne Walk for Reconciliation in the year 2000. His reflection is part of our Gallery of photos and stories of Christians who participated in Walks for Reconciliation.
Artist Safina Stewart has prepared a colouring in sheet for Sorry Day. Find it here.
Rachel reflects on the way Jesus met people and what that might have to say to us as we consider the 250 years since Captain Cook’s encounter with Aboriginal people.
Brooke Prentis declared these words at Kurnell at sunrise on the 29th of April 2020, 250 years since the Gweagal Peoples met Lt. James Cook and his men.