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Faith & Work An Evening Conference

  • St Hilary's Anglican Church 12 John Street Kew, VIC, 3101 Australia (map)
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We're made to work and work is one of the ways in which humans flourish. Work can be satisfying and fulfilling. But sometimes work brings with it stress, pressure, conflict and challenges to our Christian faith. Sometimes work is hard to find. Sometimes we just don't like our work. Join us as we discuss what it means to be a Christian person in our workplaces and how our faith can inform our decision making about work at different stages of our lives.

This evening conference is relevant for those looking to enter the workforce, those in the workforce or looking to re-enter the workforce, and for those looking towards retirement.

Join us for a plenary session and 8 great Workshops to choose from!

Plenary Session: Under Pressure at Work? (Andrew Laird)

'Why do I feel so stressed about work?' 'Is life always going to feel this overwhelming and busy?' 'How can my faith help me cope with the demands of my workplace?' If you've asked these kinds of questions before, you're not alone. When it comes to our daily work, most of us are feeling under pressure.From addressing our hearts to changing our daily work habits, discover hope from Gospel to handle this pressure.


The Pressure to Conform (Andrew Laird)

Navigating Conflict in the Workplace (Clarissa Wilson)

Motherhood, Faith and Work (A panel with Suzanne Matthews, Lara Ruddle & Vicky Smith)

Thinking about Retirement? (Russell Downie)

Taking your Faith to Work as Medical Doctors (Dr Kirsten Herbert & Dr David McGaw)

Choosing a Career (Anna Hooper-Chapman)

Addicted to Urgency and Busyness? (Lindsay McMillan)

Success and it's Temptations (Peter Holloway)

Cost $10

You can pay online when you register or at the door on the night. 

Please register ahead of time if you can so we can ensure Workshop places for everyone.

Full time students and unemployed free.

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