The Uniting Church seeks to be an intercultural and intergenerational church, with people of different cultures and ages, being God’s people together.
What does this look like in practice?
What are the challenges and – more importantly – how do we work towards addressing them together?
Rev Dr Apwee Ting
Apwee has extensive experience in intercultural ministry including 3 years as National Director of the Assembly’s Multicultural and Cross Cultural Unit.
Rev Charissa Suli
Charissa is a second generation Tongan Minister of the Word with significant experience in mentoring youth and young adults.
- How the Uniting Church is distinctive
- What we mean by multi, cross and intercultural
- How we understand intergenerational
- 1st Gen, 2nd Gen and Next Gen realities, exploring identity
- Communication, conflict and choices
- Cultural and generational intelligence
Early bird discount rate:
$50/person (group of 3 or more)
After July 31: $70/person
Lunch, morning and afternoon teas included
Registrations appreciated by Friday 16 August