Graham McAnalley on Congregationalism at the Uniting Church Centre, Little Collins Street, Melbourne
Rev Graham McAnalley identifies the origins and distinctive understanding of the Congregational churches, and their contributions to the Uniting Church: no distinctive theology or beliefs, no creedal tests, standing within the main stream of protestant reformed Christianity, with Christ as the head of the Church, and seeking the mind of Christ through the gathered meeting. The Congregational churches were ready to lose their own identity in the search for mission. Graham was the inaugural General Secretary of the Uniting Church in Victoria, and has been a leader in church polity, interfaith relations and advocacy for refugees and asylum seekers.
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