This chapter examines the theological significance of the split that has occurred between the church's congregations and their agencies (e.g. welfare, education) from the late twentieth century. In a series of 6 theses the chapter argues for a more integrated account of the relationship between church and agency in order to provide a more robust engagement and mission in an increasingly secular environment.
|Title of host publication||For I was Hungry|
|Subtitle of host publication||congregations and church agencies in relationship|
|Place of Publication||Bayswater, Victoria|
|Publisher||Uniting Academic Press|
|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Published - 2022|