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Christians for Biblical Equality

CBEMelb

What exactly is Christians for Biblical Equality?

CBE is a non-profit Christian organisation for men and women that promotes a biblical basis for gift-based, rather than gender-based, service for men and women of all races, ages and economic classes. Our theology and membership is largely evangelical and we cross denominational lines.

CBE Melbourne

A Melbourne chapter of CBE was launched on October 24, 2005 with the following mission statement:
"To assist men and women to explore fullness of life in Christ, including the transformation of relationships in the personal and corporate realm, enabling all to minister and receive ministry that transcends race, gender and social standing."

We are an incorporated association. Our Rules of Association are here.

Networking

We are trying to encourage members and interested groups to organise get-togethers, such as a coffee and dessert night, to think about some of the issues that CBE is focused on. We would like to invite you to organise such an occasion for your friends and colleagues. We would be happy to send one or two of our committee members to lead a discussion on some of these issues.
If you would like to take up this offer please contact us.

Board of Reference

The Board of reference of CBE Melbourne is made up of prominent Australian Evangelicals who endorse the aims of the group.

CBE International

CBE is an International organisation with its International headquarters based in Minneapolis, Minnesote, USA.  If you would like to know more about CBE go to the CBEI website and check out  the information pack.

You can join CBE International here. This membership entitles you to regular mailings of CBE's two quarterly journals, Priscilla Papers and Mutuality. Note: These benefits are not included in membership of CBE Melbourne.

President: Lynley Giles

Deputy President: Paul Arnott

Treasurer: Catherine Harris

Secretary: Jenny Davis

Ordinary Members:

  Denise Cooper-Clarke Andrew Newmarch
  Kevin Giles Naomi Gebert
  Lynn Moresi  Hannah Craven
     

 

The working of the Australian cooperative structure is still to be worked out.

More information will come in due course.

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