9 September 2021

Church Leaders meet with Minister Hawke to discuss Afghanistan Crisis

Church leaders in the electorate of Mitchell met with their local member and Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs, Alex Hawke today under the banner of the Christians United for Afghanistan campaign, to discuss the government’s response to the Afghanistan crisis. Fifteen church leaders including representatives from the Anglican Church, Baptists, Catholics, the […]

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1 September 2021

Essay: Heartfelt Christian unity for Afghanistan – Tim Costello

In John 17 Jesus prays his longest and most heartfelt prayer; it is that His followers would be one as He and His Father are one. Perhaps the greatest scandal of Christian history is that Christians have been so privately disunited, and worse, publicly divided. Disunited on everything from baptism and communion to denominational schisms and doctrine. […]

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Christian church leaders lobby Morrison government to boost Afghan refugee intake

Australia’s major Christian church denominations are using their collective muscle to lobby the government to lift the nation’s Afghan refugee intake to 20,000. In what has been described as an unprecedented move, the leaders from several denominations made their feelings known about the dire situation facing Afghans when US troops are expected to finally withdraw […]

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MEDIA RELEASE: Full breadth of Australian Church unites in call for Australia to take in 20,000 Afghan refugees

In a significant sign of unity, major church denominations and Christian organisations have come together to support Afghan Refugees, launching the Christians United for Afghanistan campaign. Sydney Anglicans, the Uniting Church in Australia, Baptists, Catholics, Pentecostals as well as the Australian Christian Lobby, Micah Australia and Common Grace have signed on to support the campaign. […]

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25 August 2021

50 Pastors and Ministers from Alex Hawke’s Electorate Unite to Advocate for AFghan Asylum Seekers

Signatories include representatives from Catholic, Anglican, Baptist, Pentecostal, Uniting and Independent Baptist Churches. Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has heard from a large group of local Christian pastors, priests, reverends and bishops with an appeal for Australia to take action to welcome 20,000 refugees. “We do not give people dignity, as they inherently have it as […]

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Christian leaders urge Morrison to take more Afghan refugees

In a letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday, Catholic Archbishop of Brisbane Mark Coleridge, president of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, called for Australia to take at least 20,000 refugees from Afghanistan, the same number as Canada. Read the full article in the Sydney Morning Herald here. […]

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