Visit of Len Baglow to Brisbane – your invitation

INVITATION from A Progressive Christian Voice (Australia)

Supporters of APCV, or of streams of progressive Christianity in general, are invited to attend a talk/discussion led by Len Baglow at 2:00-4:00pm at St Francis’ Theological College in Milton, Brisbane, on Tuesday, 14 February.

There is ample parking in the grounds of St Francis’ College. Also, the college is situated just across from Milton railway station, in Milton Road.

Three new members have joined the APCV Management Committee  – Len Baglow, Tiffany Sparks and Kenneth Castillo. all three bring distinctive experience, gifts and insights to APCV.

Len is from South Woden Uniting Church in Canberra.

The Topic: Len will be contributing ideas and strategiesLen Baglow relating to “Strategies for Progressive Christianity in the Australian landscape”.

About Len Baglow: Len Baglow is a policy advocate with qualifications in both social work and urban and regional planning. In recent years, He has been involved in refugee and asylum seeker policy, income support policy, housing policy and child protection policy. He is particularly passionate about the growing poverty and disadvantage of students from poorer backgrounds who are attempting further education.

In the 1980s and 90s Len was active in the environment movement and retains a strong interest. He is a keen bird watcher and bush walker.

Len has written several theological articles and one book. His interest is mainly in the practical implications of theology. Many different theologians have had an influence on Len.  Most recently he has been exploring the practical implications of Jack Caputo’s work on Derrida.

Please join us for this session of wide interest.

Enquiries: Ray Barraclough at

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