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An exciting new chapter in SA Indigenous Ministry
In January 2023 Jack & Lill Harradine will conclude their ministry in Broken Hill, but in good news they will continue as BCA Field Staff in a new role.
18 Aug 2022
Post & Rails Winter 2022
Messages of congratulations, welcomes and farewells from across the BCA family..
1 Jun 2022
A new Indigenous Ministry Trainee
In exciting news, I’m pleased to announce we have appointed a new Indigenous Ministry Trainee in South Tamworth. Ashley Garlett, a Balladong Nyoongar man from Merredin in Western Australia will commence his traineeship in late April.
31 Mar 2022
Engaging with Indigenous culture through play
Geraldton’s youngest children can now enjoy engaging with Indigenous culture through play with the addition of four Indigenous dolls that have been added to the toy collection at St George’s Anglican Church in Bluff Point.
28 Feb 2022
First Nations Ministry Initiative
In 2022, BCA will partner with the Aboriginal Evangelical Fellowship of Australia Inc in supporting Dennis Taylor as the principal of the First Nations Ministry Training Initiative.
25 Nov 2021
An Indigenous view of reconciliation
We have just celebrated two important events in the life of our country: that of Reconciliation and NAIDOC week.
Most people I know celebrate because it is the thing to do. Many are influenced by the wider community, and while there is nothing wrong with celebrating reconciliation, the church’s focus should be on promoting a biblical understanding of reconciliation.
29 Aug 2021
Watch: Celebrating NAIDOC Week 2021
Watch a short video from BCA's Indigenous Ministry Officer, Neville Naden, for NAIDOC Week 2021
5 Jul 2021

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