Fellowship Day

Began in the USA in March 1933, during the depression years of the 1930s. The Administrative Committee of the interdenominational Women's Council for Home Missions was holding its annual meeting and when they realised 'that they were being gripped by the same fear as the people who stood in long lines for food in downtown New York, they began to plan to turn their despondent mood into a "festive party to prove the life that is in us." Six weeks later a May Day Luncheon was held on Monday, May1, 1933 at 12 o'clock at the George Washington Hotel in New York City. A program was presented on two topics: "Child Health" and "Children of Migrant Families." 

World Community Day
Our Aim/Objectives

Australian Church Women Inc. seeks to unite Christian women across denominational boundaries and to promote peace, understanding and unity through faith and love in one God –Father, Son and Holy Spirit.


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