Spirit & Life

World Refugee Day – Heal, Learn, Shine

World Refugee Day – Heal, Learn, Shine

David responded to God’s call by being himself. Humble in his role as shepherd, he delivered the supplies and visited his brothers. He listened, learnt from both sides, considered his ability and experience, and responded.

read more
Complex Simplicity

Complex Simplicity

Farming is a purposeful activity. A combination of watching and waiting, listening and learning, living with creation and responding in hope.

read more
Strength in Unity. Finding Home

Strength in Unity. Finding Home

I often hear people bemoan that the Church is dying. Is it? Or is it looking differently to how it was? And is that okay? Jesus significantly reminds the leaders that those who do as God wants, may be ‘doing, saying and being’ God’s people with a different faith-filled perspective from what has gone before

read more
Unexpected Callings in Unlikely Places

Unexpected Callings in Unlikely Places

I was at a Retreat, in a silent prayer time, sitting under a shady tree. I was praying about a sense of call to a particular ministry. I did pray impatiently, “Lord, it would be really good, though, if you gave me some clear sign you are really calling me!”

read more
Amazed and Confused

Amazed and Confused

an you remember feeling the warmth of the Spirit lifting your soul and transforming your sense of being? The Pentecost experience is not just a once-off moment. The dawning of God’s wonder breaks into our faith journey over and over again.

read more
I Pray That They May All Be One

I Pray That They May All Be One

This heartfelt prayer of Jesus reflects deep humility and love for us all. He weaves together his incarnational life, God’s love and truth, our faith, and our response to Jesus’ teachings, through living out God’s love in the world, where we might have joy in our hearts in all its fullness.

read more
Sing a New Song

Sing a New Song

It never ceases to amaze me the number of new songs created, enabling new generations to express themselves with delightful diversity and in ways relevant to their situations. Psalm 98 is as relevant today as it was when sung in ancient times.

read more
Good things Come when the Pruning is Done

Good things Come when the Pruning is Done

‘Everything Old Is New Again’ denotes a Silversmith’s repurposing of old copper and brass roofing from a century old church. From this she created a delightful pectoral cross that I wore when being celebrant at my daughter’s wedding. It reminded me that through change and renewal in our churches, we retain what is precious and repurpose it in unexpected ways, as we prune to strengthen flourishing new ministries.

read more
The Lord is my Shepherd

The Lord is my Shepherd

The very fabric of everyday life is changing before us; these are unprecedented times. In the midst of this, we’re invited to find God and some have little more than their bible to help. We reflect on Psalms 23 and its implications for our lives—now, more than ever.

read more
Present Moment

Present Moment

Almost everyone can point to a time in life when they were deeply happy. For some, courtship and marriage were those times of joy. For others, high school or college days stand out. Some even point to the birth of children. In hindsight, some events stand out as times to savor.

read more

Contact Us 

Monday - Thursday
9am - 3.30pm
1/76 – 80 Sturt Street, Adelaide

Please ring beforehand for appointment.

Rev Anne Hewitt
eo@churchestogethersa.org.au
0475 016 789

Office
admin@churchestogethersa.org.au
0477 019 163

Churches Together SA acknowledge the traditional custodians who have cared for this land for centuries.

We pay respect to the Elders past, present and emerging across the many Nations of this Country.