Remembrance Day

This Sunday marks the 100 years since the end of the ‘Great War’ – Remembrance Day. The 11th of November. A day etched into our nation’s shared ‘religious calendar’ – a sacred day up there with Anzac Day in the national story, and a reminder of the sacrifice our forebears have…

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Busting Six Easter Myths

1. Easter is a pagan moon or spring festival that Christians took over. One of the more persistent myths about Easter is about its origins; particularly because of the weird, inconsistent, timing of the long weekend, which is based on phases of the moon. Now. There are lots of religious…

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What is home?

On Sunday our South Bank campus will start the process of settling into our third home in four years; we’re taking residence in the afternoons (4pm) in the home of another church in West End – LifePlace. Since moving out of home as a 19 year old (15 years ago),…

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