Scots Church Adelaide
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What do you think about Christianity?
Friday Welcome Meals
In Harmony Tai Chi
Face to Face

Jill

Our Community Connections and Development Minister
Jill Lienert is an ordained minister who has spent most of her 20 years in ministry amongst multicultural communities of the Uniting Church... (More)

 

Our Current Projects

What do you think about Christianity

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Over the past 12 months Scots Church Adelaide has hosted seminars to promote conversation and diverse thought. Now, we are opening the floor to you.

Bring along a perception, topic, or issue about Christianity that you have picked up from your life experience and come along for an open mic conversation. No subject is off limits.

To be held: Tuesday 19th April, 2022
At: Scots Church Hall Time: 5-7pm

Light refreshments will be served.
Please register for catering purposes.
Further information? Call Jill on 0409 178 465

Scots Church Adelaide is committed to being a safe place for honest and open dialogue where perspectives from different subject areas are respected and encouraged. 

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We visit International Student accommodation facilities to offer a homemade meal, English conversation, local information, care and support for residents.

This program is about living an attitude of care for others regardless of their background, religion, culture or experience. These meals are often a place for confusing Australian sayings to be understood, for worry about study to be shared and for students to be encouraged in all aspects of their lives.

For further information contact: Jill 0409 178 465 

 

In Harmony: Tai Chi

In partnership with Young Christian Workers Adelaide, we facilitate a Tai Chi session in our hall. The practice of Tai Chi slows the mind, recentres the body and brings calm and harmony to participants. It is available via live-stream if you are unable to attend in person.

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Face-to-face

Face-to-face is a unique project which links people with the real-life stories of people not known to them. The concept was developed in Denmark in 2000 as a way of breaking down stereotypes and prejudice under the title: Human Library.

Anyone can book in to ‘hear’ a book title of their choice (ranging from: My best friend, living with a disability, being a refugee, living off country, becoming a citizen, going deaf, etc.

At this stage the project is still in the setting up phase, if you are interested in being involved either as a listener or as a book, please contact Jill: 0409178465 

 

 

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