The articles on Jimboomba and Jubilee Ecumenical Schools are here by permission of Ecumenical Inter-religous News, a newsletter porduced by the Ecumenical Committees of the Anglican, Catholic and Uniting Churches in Brisbane. EI News can be found at www.bne.catholic.net.au/ecum
Emmaus College at Jimboomba, Queensland, is a co-educational ecumenical College fomred in partnership with the Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran and Uniting Churches. One of its main aims is to work towards building ecumenical co-operation in the Jimboomba community. Read more…
Jubilee Ecumenical School Jubilee is a
unique place where four Christian churches with their own different faith traditions work together, provided by Brisbane Catholic Education who generously provide a place (a primary school) to live out that history. We work together in unity and diversity. Our unity is in Jesus Christ. Our diversity is in our different faith traditions which are openly discussed and lived out through ecumenical participation in school worship services, sending out a message to the school staff, parents, carers, and wider community that Christian leaders can and do work together side by side Read on…
Judy Morrison writes about Unity College
What are they on about down there?
What makes it different from other schools?
How do we, a UnitingChurch, come to be involved in a Catholic school? Download file
Ecumenism across the Ocea n
The ecumenical spirit of Unity College in Caloundra extended across the Pacific recently when the College welcomed students from Peteli Middle School in Tonga – a school of the Free Wesley Church in Tonga. Download file
The Story of Unity college – a joint Roman Catholic-Uniting Church venture in Calounrda, Queensland. Download File.
Visit to Unity College by the Catholic Commission for Ecumenism and Inter-religious Relationships and the Uniting Churc Synod Ecumenical Relationships Committee, March, 2009 Download file