Celebrating three years of Australian Women Preach Podcast

By Women and the Australian Church, 28 February 2024
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In anticipation of International Women’s Day on March 8th, Women and the Australian Church (WATAC) extends a warm invitation to a special event commemorating a milestone achieved through a collaborative effort with the Grail in Australia.

Australian Women Preach, the podcast amplifying women’s voices in preaching, proudly celebrates its 3rd anniversary on International Women’s Day 2024!

To honour this occasion, WATAC warmly invites you to participate in a Zoom forum open to Australian women preachers, avid listeners, and supporters. Together, we will celebrate the latest achievement of the Australian Women Preach team: the creation of 157 sermons, now encompassing the entire Sunday lectionary cycle.

Reflecting on this achievement, Andrea Dean, President of WATAC, expressed her enthusiasm, stating, “Three years of absolute gold! Let’s celebrate this extraordinary gift to the Australian Church.”

Women and the Australian Church (WATAC) stands as a beacon of progressive Christian feminism, committed to fostering equality within the Australian Catholic community. Through avenues of education, formation, and reflection, WATAC endeavours to cultivate an inclusive space where every individual’s voice is valued and respected.

The WATAC International Women’s Day Special Forum is scheduled for Wednesday, March 6th at 7:30 PM (AEDT). Register your participation via our website (www.watac.net.au).

In addition to Australian Women Preach, WATAC spearheads various projects such as WATAC Presents and WATAC in Dialogue. For comprehensive information about WATAC and its initiatives, please visit www.watac.net.au.

Australian Women Preach is a podcast initiative jointly sponsored by WATAC and the Grail in Australia. It aims to elevate the voices of women in preaching, promoting inclusivity and diversity within religious discourse.

With thanks to Women and the Australian Church (WATAC).


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