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AFTER 20 YEARS OF DEMOCRACY: THINGS MUST CHANGE FOR THE COMMON GOOD

Thu 26 Jun 2014

If the common good is to be witnessed in South Africa, society as a whole needs to play an active role, a political analyst has said. Dr Bhekithemba Richard Mngomezulu, ...






THE ELECTION OUTCOME AND THE NEXT FIVE YEARS: CHANGE OR CONTINUITY?

Wed 18 Jun 2014

An opportunity has opened to change the direction South Africa is taking as a result of the 2014 election. Prof Steven Friedman, Director of the Centre for the Study of ...





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UPCOMING EVENTS

JIM WALLIS IN KZN
 
Fri 08 Aug 2014

Conversation

As part of a month long visit to South Africa, Jim Wallis, together with his wife Joy Carroll Wallis and their two teenage sons, Luke and Jack, will visit KZN from 8-12 August 2014 Jim’s latest book, The (Un)common good: How the gospel brings hope to a divided world, will be on sale at venues at which he speaks. The following is an itinerary of their visit. FRIDAY 8 Aug 9.00-17.00 Summit with Church Leadership on “20 Years into Democracy” By invitation only SATURDAY 9 Aug 17.30 Worship and dinner with Joy Carroll on the theme of The role of women in leadership in the church today Venue: Pinetown Methodist Church, 7 Church Lane, Pinetown RSVP to Busi at 031 310 3500 or email reception@diakonia.org.za Open to all. SUNDAY 10 Aug 8.00 & 10.00 Jim Wallis to preach at Westville Baptist Church, 2 Church Place, Westville 14.30 Rubin Phillip Peace Lecture Speaker: Jim Wallis Venue: St John the Baptist, 5 Payne Street, Pinetown RSVP church@stjohnbaptist.org.za, 031 7020712 (mornings) Open to all MONDAY 11 Aug 10.00-13.00 Event at University of KwaZulu-Natal with students and the public at Golf Road, Pietermartizburg. 17.30 Annual Diakonia Lecture Speaker: Jim Wallis Venue: Diakonia Centre, 20 Diakonia Avenue, Durban RSVP to Busi at 031 310 3500 or email reception@diakonia.org.za Open to all TUESDAY 12 Aug 7.30 Breakfast with KwaZulu-Natal Church Leaders Venue: St Thomas Church, 195 Musgrave Road, Durban Jim is an Evangelical leader and writer living in Washington DC. He heads up Sojourners – a community which publishes a magazine by the same name. Joy was one of the first women ordained priest in the Church of England. She is also an author. In England, Joy was known as ´The Real Vicar of Dibley´ because of her role as consultant/adviser to Richard Curtis who wrote the popular BBC comedy series about a woman priest. Sometimes her talks have been entitled, ´From Vicar of Dibley to Baseball Mom´.






NATIONAL WOMEN´S DAY WORSHIP AND DINNER
 
Sat 09 Aug 2014

Meeting

On 9 August 1956, tens of thousands of women of all races from all parts of the country staged a march on the Union Buildings in Pretoria to protest against the pass laws. The event has come to represent women´s courage and strength in South Africa. As a group that had been (and still is) marginalised, they rose to question the barriers and marched for their emancipation and that of their families. What are we as women marching for today? Diakonia Council of Churches cordially invites all women in ministry (both ordained and lay), as well as Pastors’ wives and clergy spouses to a Women’s Day worship and dinner with Joy Carroll Wallis. Men are also welcome! Date: Saturday 9 August Time: 17.00 for 17.30 - 20.30 Venue: Pinetown Methodist Church, 7 Church Lane, Pinetown Cost: R100 per person Dress: Smart/Casual Topic: Reflecting on the prophetic role of women in the church today RSVP to Busi at 031 310 3500 or email reception@diakonia.org.za Payments can be done at Diakonia Council of Churches’s offices or by EFT Account name: Diakonia Council of Churches Standard Bank - Account Number: 050889419 Branch Code: 040026 Use your initial and surname as reference and send us proof of payment.





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