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anglican future conference 2018

Thursday 6th – Sunday 9th | September

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Conference Location: Planetshakers Church, 400-406 City Rd Southbank Melbourne 3006

Enquiries: Chris 0422 187 127

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Full time

From July 1, 2018

$290

Full time

Student

$140

Retired

$210

Day Registrations

$140/$150 Fri/Sat

Seminar Presenters

$200

Group of four

From one Parish

Per Person

$250

Rural Resident

Living in rural area
outside Victoria

$180

Pensioners

$180

Night only

$30

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sponsors

Ridley is an evangelical college that promotes a Christ-centered, bible-based Christianity. Our denominational heritage in Anglicanism shapes our culture and worship, while we welcome people from a diverse range of denominational backgrounds and embrace the richness of various evangelical traditions.
www.ridley.edu.au

Compassion is an inter-denominational Child Development Ministry operating in 25 countries in the developing world.  We are Christ-centred, child-focused, and church-based in our operation, and our mission is to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name.  We currently have 1.8 million children in sponsorship, whom we feed, clothe, educate, and share the Gospel with, through our almost 7,000 local evangelical church partners in the developing world.  
www.compassion.com.au

Barnabas Fund is an international humanitarian aid organisation providing hope and aid for persecuted Christians facing injustice and discrimination. Its objectives are threefold; to inform other Christians about the situation of their suffering, to facilitate informed prayer, to provide assistance via support for practical projects. Barnabas Fund also acts as an advocate for suffering Christians when so requested by them.
www.barnabasfund.org/au

Anglican Aid works in partnership with individuals and churches in Australia to support local community leaders in developing countries to:

  • break cycles  of  poverty, abuse, exploitation and neglect;
  • train  future  leaders  in  needy world communities;
  • voice Christian concern on issues of  poverty,  injustice,  compassion, generosity and world need;
  • building  partners’  capacity 

Anglican Aid works only with likeminded churches and Christian partners in over 25 countries.
https://anglicanaid.org.au/

The Church Missionary Society of Australia (CMS) is a fellowship of Christian people and churches committed to global mission. We encourage people to get involved in cross-cultural mission through one of our six branches across Australia.
We work with churches to set apart, equip and support long-term workers who cross cultures to share the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. The world is growing and changing rapidly, but the gospel of Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow.
cms.org.au

Anglican Overseas Aid is an overseas relief and development agency of the Anglican Church of Australia. Our work is inspired by the gospel of Christ, with a vision for a peaceful, just and sustainable world for all. We believe that everyone has an important part to play in making abundant life a reality for all people. That’s why we’re passionate about working with communities all over the world so they can lift themselves out of poverty. We work with Anglican and like-minded agencies to create and strengthen partnerships in developing countries to overcome poverty, injustice and disaster. 
anglicanoverseasaid.org.au

St Hilary’s is a network church currently consisting of three Sites. We are an Evangelical Anglican church and part of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne. We are a diverse community of people incorporating all ages and stages of life.

As a community we want to live out our mission to make, mature and mobilise disciples of Jesus Christ.

www.sthils.com

ARDFA partners with Anglican parishes and like-minded agencies in Australia and in emerging and developing countries to relieve poverty and disability and, when possible, to provide emergency relief.
ardfa.org.au

Bush Church Aid has a heart for people living in remote and regional Australia. We are committed to going the distance to reach Australia for Christ. In partnership with Anglican Dioceses across the country, Bush Church Aid places committed and gifted Christians in a variety of locations to help people connect with the grace of God revealed in Jesus. 
www.bushchurchaid.com.au

In an increasingly secular culture, ISCAST is at the cutting edge of the conversation about the reasonableness of the gospel of Jesus Christ. We are a network of Christians, from students to distinguished academics, exploring the interface of science, technology, and faith. With believers throughout history, ISCAST stands for the harmony of science and Christianity.

ISCAST engages publicly on matters of science, faith and apologetics – within the church and in the secular space – by offering resources and speakers, and by partnering with like-minded groups.
iscast.org

SparkLit advances God’s Kingdom by empowering Christian writers, publishers and distributors.
We make Christian books available, accessible and affordable where commitment is strong but support and resources are scarce.
We stimulate life-changing Christian writing. Our strategy is to direct funds, expertise and energy to publishers where indigenous Christian writing is needed most. As a result, lives, communities and cultures are transformed as people discover Jesus in a way that’s authentic and culturally meaningful. 

http://sparklit.org/