Ecumenical Training Programme 2013
General Social Justice Resources
See News article dated 9-12-2011 for information on liturgy
Written by Senior Friend: Margaret Bedggood
National Conference 2013
National Conference 2014
Dear Friends, Greetings from WSCF AP regional office in Hong Kong! I hope this mail finds you well. As we knew March 8th is a day dedicated by international community to remember and celebrate the contribution of women who fought for peace, justice and equality. Yet, we may commemorate the significant of this day throughout March. Enclosed please find a liturgy material for International Women's Day service. We welcome your feedback and will appreciate if you can share your story of commemorating the meaning of this day. Have a meaningful International Women's Day! Sophia's blessing be with you all. Sincerely, Nina Nayoan Regional Women's Coordinator
Dear SCM friends, Greetings from the Inter-Regional Office in Geneva and Happy New Year 2014! It is a pleasure to share with you the Universal Day of Prayer for Students, which includes an introduction from our chairperson and our general secretary. Please send us any photos and information from the services and events you organize. Kind regards, Natascha (French and Spanish versions will follow) Natascha Nogarède Office Administrator World Student Christian Federation, IRO Ph: +41 22 791 6358 www.wscfglobal.org
Report from the National Secretary after attending the 2nd International Gathering of the Global Christian Forum.
Prepared for Taonga magazine
The end of year newsletter of the Student Christian Movement Aotearoa
Our newsletter to Senior Friends for the end of 2011
Our Senior Friends newsletter wrapping up 2012
Sexuality and Christianity
Here is a PDF resource pack for people wanting to start SCM's on their campuses. It is a work in progress with more to be added.
A link to a Google book of the history of SCM Aotearoa.
Sub-Regional Women's Programme 2014
Women Doing Theology Conference 2013
Timeline for conference
This is a document put together by the WSCF Asia Pacific Human Rights, Justice and Peace Committee. It is a response to the interregional Water campaign