UPCSA – Invitation to the Virtual workshop on Gender Justice – 2 April 2022


The UPCSA Gender Desk has scheduled a workshop on gender justice for Drakensberg, eThekwini, and uThukela Presbyteries to be held on Saturday the 2nd April 2022 from 14:00 to 17:00. This was communicated at the consultation that was held recently with the coordinators of the Presbyteries’ gender desks. This serves as a reminder and to share further information for the workshop. It should be noted that the invitation is extended to all in the UPCSA to join that workshop.

The ZOOM connection details are given below.

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 869 6242 5020

Passcode: 057808

The participants are encouraged to join, at least, five minutes before the starting time, so that the program may start at 14:00.

This is a suggested program, which is not rigid at all.

1. Registration
2. Welcome
3. Opening devotions
4. Introduction of the workshop
5. Roll Call (members introduce themselves, their congregations, and presbyteries they are representing)
6. Theological Basis for Gender Equality
7. Interpreting the Bible
8. Analysing each context (members present)
9. Discussions/ Plenary
10. Way forward
11. Closure

Warmest regards,

Rev Dr. Lungile Mpetsheni


General Secretary

Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa

Secretary – Africa Communion of Reformed Churches

Published by St. Columba's Presbyterian Church Hatfield

St Columba's Presbyterian Church in Hatfield, Pretoria, South Africa is a Christian Church. Our vision is to be a Christ-centred, bible-believing church that calls all to come and experience the love of Christ, in a welcoming and caring body of believers.

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