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Welcome to the website of the Interchurch Families International Network.

(Feature article can be found below.)
 

This site provides rich resources for the journey to Chrtistian unity which interchurch families live. Of these, the Journal, produced over a period of more than 10 years, and reflecting the experiences of interchurch families and the theology which undergirds their journey, must be counted among the most valuable.

The Interchurch Families International Discussion Group enables us to share joys and sorrows, to discuss ways of dealing with immediate issues which arise as a consequence of living our marital unity within churches which are divided.  Feel free to join.

Enjoy and, if you have comments or questions, please contact me, Ray Temmerman, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

   

Supported by

  • Associations of Interchurch Families in United Kingdom, Canada, U.S.A.
  • Ecumenical and Interfaith Committee of the Australian Catholic Bishops’ Conference
  • Bishop Michael Malone - Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle
  • Bishop Graeme Rutherford, Assistant Bishop of Newcastle and Anglican Co-chair AustARC
  • Bishop David Walker, Bishop of Broken Bay and Catholic Co-chair AustARC
  • Bishop Roger Herft, Archbishop elect of Perth
  • Bishop Michael Putney Bishop of Townsville , Chair Australian Catholic Bishops Committee for Ecumenism and Interaith Relations
  • Archbishop John Bathersby, Archbishop of Brisbane , Co-chair IARCCUM
  • Professor Rev Dr James Haire, President of National Council of Churches in Australia, Principal of Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, Canberra
  • Bishop Kevin Manning, Bishop of Parramatta, President of NSW Ecumenical Council Inc.
  • NSW Synod of the Uniting Church in Australia
  • Bishop Pat Power, Assistant Bishop Canberra Goulburn
  • Rev Dr Don Evans, Head of Hunter Presbytery of the Uniting Church
  • Ecumenical and Interfaith Commissions of the Diocese of Brisbane, Melbourne, Broken Bay, Newcastle, Maitland- Newcastle , Bathurst
  • Synod of the Diocese of Newcastle (2004).