National Council of Churches in Australia


National Council of Churches in Australia

an organisation formed in 1946, funded by the public and various churches, concerned with overseas financial aid and Christian and community aid and development in Australia. Abbrev.: NCCA
Formerly (until 1994), Australian Council of Churches.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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