Tag Archive for: Receivership

Assembly Moderator – Update to PCQ Members

PCQ Significant Developments – August 2022

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PCQ – Update on the Receiver’s Report

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Assembly Letter re Receivership

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Moderator’s Update on Receivership – July 2021

8 July 2021 Dear Church members, Introduction: Thank you for your ongoing prayers and support for the PCQ in these very difficult and challenging circumstances. It is a great encouragement to the office bearers, members of the Commission of Assembly, Boards and Committees, and the PCQ office staff to receive the expressions of support as […]

Receiver’s Circular to PCQ Members

      13 May 2021 Circular to Members of the Presbyterian Church of Queensland Community (Members) As you may be aware or have seen today’s news that the Presbyterian Church of Queensland (PCQ) has been placed in receivership by the Supreme Court of Queensland (Court). Late in the evening of 12 May 2021, Michael […]

Moderator’s Call to Prayer

                                                                                                                                               14 May 2021 Dear PCQ Church Family, The news that it became necessary to ask the Supreme Court of Qld to place our denomination’s legal entity, the PCQ Letters Patent, into Receivership was issued earlier this week. Psalm 46 reminds us that God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in times […]

PCQ Applies for Receivership

Dear PCQ Congregation Member, It is with heavy hearts we write to inform you, that the Commission of Assembly has instructed the Letter Patent Officers (Moderator, Clerk and Treasurer) of the PCQ to apply to the Queensland Supreme Court to have the Letters Patent Entity of the Presbyterian Church of Queensland placed in receivership and […]