Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture

  • Australia

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture (ACC&C) is an ecumenical body reflecting the faith background of approximately 61 per cent (13.5 million) of the Australian population. The Centre is located on a five hectare site on the edge of the Parliamentary Triangle in Canberra.
Our vision is to be the go to place for the interface between Christianity, Australian society, culture and Indigenous people. Wisdom for the common good; is what the Centre is all about. 
We have identified Four Pillars through which our vision is expressed. The Four Pillars are: Wisdom through Civil Society; Peace through new religious engagements; Resilience in institutional life and ethical leadership; Creativity through the Arts, Sciences and Culture.
The Centre is based on a common confession of the Triune God witnessed to in Holy Scripture, expressed in the ancient Apostles Creed and embodied in the life and mission of the Church. This reflects the faith base of the National Council of Churches of Australia (NCCA).

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Christianity Arts & Humanities
Indonesia Arts & Humanities
Theology Arts & Humanities
Deity Arts & Humanities
Asia Arts & Humanities
Contextual Theology Arts & Humanities
Ministry Arts & Humanities
Christian Theology Arts & Humanities

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Research Output 2003 2019

23-29 December

Haire, J., Dec 2019, With Love to the World: A daily Bible reading guide based on the Revised Common Lectionary, 16, 1 4 p.

Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationArticle

Lectionary
Bible
Baptists
Community Engagement
Reflective

Church-related welfare agencies in Australia: Contracting and institutional secularisation

Hynd, D., 06 Nov 2019, In : Journal for the Academic Study of Religion. 32, 1, p. 72-98 27 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Secularization
Government
Governance
Christian Tradition
Founding

Activities 2008 2011

  • 2 Public lecture/debate/seminar/presentation

Education and Transformation

Ian Haire (Speaker)
11 Sep 2011

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventPublic lecture/debate/seminar/presentationCommunity

Griffith Islamic Research Unit (GIRU) Conference

Ian Haire (Speaker)
03 Mar 200805 Mar 2008

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventPublic lecture/debate/seminar/presentationIndustry