FINDING A HOME IN THE UNITING CHURCH
2nd Biennial History Conference
Uniting Church National History Society
7-10 June 2019
Centre for Ministry and Theology, 29 College Crescent, Parkville (MELBOURNE), VIC 3052
What does it mean to belong to the Uniting Church? Many grew up Congregationalist, Methodist or Presbyterian. Others have grown up in the Uniting Church. Some have only ever known the Uniting Church as their spiritual home and others have transferred in from other denominations. What does it mean to find a home in a church that describes itself as Evangelical and Reformed and is at the same time committed to theological diversity?
- Dr Meredith Lake (pictured above), host of ABC Radio's Soul Search programme, Honorary Associate of the Department of History, Sydney University, and author of the 2018 Australian Christian Book of the Year, The Bible in Australia: A Cultural History.
- Dr Joanna Cruickshank, Senior Lecturer in History at Deakin University, author of Pain, Passion and Faith: Revisiting the Place of Charles Wesley in Early Methodism and editor of The Journal of Religious History.
- Dr Graeme Davison, Emeritus Sir John Monash Distinguished Professor, Monash University.
Full event (Fri evening through Sunday evening):
Full price: $150
EarlyBird (to 26 April): $120
Concession rate: $130/$100 earlybird (ENTER CODE "CONC" when prompted during registration)
UCNHS Members: $130/$100 earlybird (ENTER CODE "UCNHS" when prompted during registration)
Single Day: $65
Friday evening only: $20
Monday UCNHS Meeting: no charge
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