Our next public event will be held on Saturday morning, the 7th of May, and our guest speaker will be Rev Dr Andrew Sloane. Andrew will be speaking on the way Genesis chapters 2–3 have been understood by a variety of scholars, some of whom see the Genesis passage as egalitarian, others as oppressive, and others as
Author Archives: Marg Mowczko
NSW Police have released an excellent video addressing domestic violence. Here’s the statement that accompanies the video. NSW Police has today launched a powerful new video campaign to raise public awareness about the issue of domestic and family violence.“It’s not your fault” is the theme of the campaign, which consists of a 30-second community service
We are holding our annual general meeting on Saturday the 5th of March at our usual venue St John’s, Glebe. This meeting is for all members and friends of CBE Sydney. There will be light a light brunch at 10am, and the formal part of our meeting will begin at 10.30am. After the short AGM we will watch
By Lesley Gray This morning Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull issued a plea for Australians to make a cultural change in the way they view domestic violence. In pledging more than $100 million to provide technology to help victims, the Prime Minister says he dreams of a time when Australia is known across the world as
We have a few things happening in July. Next Monday, the 13th of June, our Southern Sydney Bible Conversations group, who meet monthly, will be going to the Sydney Town Hall for a special Australian Human Rights Commission event to hear the four 2015 Australians of the Year. ABC journalist and presenter Annabel Crabb will
The year is speeding quickly by and June 13 sees the second in our series “Four words from Jesus” . Associate Professor Jacqui Grey will preach on ” I have not come to call the righteous but sinners….” Jacqui is the Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Alphacrucis College. Jacqui delights in exploring the
Here is the audio for a message Marg Mowczko presented at our CBE brunch in March, 2015. This message can also be read (along with some of the images she used during the talk) online here. Just a reminder that CBE-Sydney have an active facebook page here.
Our next brunch will be held on Saturday morning, May the 16th, at our usual venue: St Johns Glebe, and at our usual time: 10am. We are inviting members and friends of CBE to join the executive in a brain-storming workshop, which will look at the next 5 years of our Sydney chapter. We will all
There is a program of wonderful speakers planned. Several of our members have been to previous international conferences and heartily recommend them. More information and registration here.
Welcome to the Website of the Sydney chapter of Christians for Biblical Equality. CBE affirms and promotes the biblical truth that all believers—without regard to gender, ethnicity or class—must exercise their God-given gifts with equal authority and equal responsibility in church, home and world. More about us on the About & Links page.