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
A Black Communities Matter Vigil was held this morning at Parliament House with Aboriginal Leaders calling for justice in our land.
Brooke Prentis, our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Justice Team's Spokesperson, was part of a Black Communities Matter Vigil this morning at Parliament House with support from the crew at this weekend's fabulous Beyond Festival.
She describes it 'Wow! Just wow! Stood in solidarity together as we contemplated #SOSBlakAustralia as we #unleashjustice on the lawns of Parliament House. May we make the impossible dream of an Australia built on truth, justice, love and hope possible.'
Let's keep praying for God's justice to roll like a river in our land!
In 2000 Ben Johnson was a youth delegate representing the Salvation Army on a journey of Reconciliation from Canberra to Uluru.
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.