Salvo Academy: The Salvation Army and Contemporary Social Issues

Have you ever wondered what a Positional Statement is and why we have them? Do you know what the Moral and Social Issues Council (MASIC) does? Come and find out at our next Salvo Academy event as we discuss ‘The Salvation Army and Contemporary Social Issues’. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Lt. Col. Geanette Seymour, and members from MASIC and IMASIC (International Moral and Social Issues Council), speak about these things.

Salvo Academy is a series of discussions and keynote presentations designed to help you grow as a disciple and learn more about the world around you. It aims to equip believers by providing space in which to engage with issues facing the world, and to learn how these issues intersect with our faith.

The event is held in Sydney and is streamed to Campuses across Australia. You will be able to interact with the event in Sydney from the various campuses. For more info on SYDNEY – https://tinyurl.com/n92yz2o

Join us at the Canberra Campus to discuss how The Salvation Army engages with contemporary social issues. Contact Elise Paull, Emma Clarke or socialjustice@aue.salvationarmy.org for more information. For more details on CANBERRA CAMPUS – https://tinyurl.com/m9wrok9

Join us at the Brisbane Campus to to discuss how The Salvation Army engages with contemporary social issues. Contact Matt Barkmeyer, Matt Terracini or socialjustice@aue.salvationarmy.org for more information. For more details on BRISBANE CAMPUS – https://tinyurl.com/m368g5j

If you don’t live in Sydney, Brisbane or Canberra, contact us for Livestreaming details at socialjustice@aue.salvationarmy.org

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