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COMING EVENTS

ART AND EARTH CARE – 5 th October, 9am-3pm.

The day will use themes from the ecumenical Season of Creation, looking at the inter-connectedness of God, Humanity and the Environment through the lenses of art, meditation and scripture to deepen our commitment to caring for our common home.

The day will be guided by Rev Douglas Jones, Old Testament scholar, who will help participants to read key passages of Scripture in the context of major environmental challenges as he explores the themes of God and Creation, Wisdom and Creation and Lover and Creation.

Artist Peter Hunter will use his own works to draw the personal out of the theological, and contemplate these sacred relationships through the medium of art.

Participants will have a chance to create their own labyrinth for continued meditation and reflection. Morning tea and lunch will be provided and dietary requirements can be catered for.  

Join us for a day of prayer, meditation, biblical reflection and art.   A contemplative treat for all people interested. To register please use the Trybooking link here. Any enquiries please contact Rev Dona Spencer (0405 319 404). 

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Monthly Music Lovers 3rd Thursday, 19th September – Musica Viva Junior Choir

10-11.30am  $5 includes morning tea

 

NEWS OF PAST EVENTS

 

 

  1. COOL & CLASSIC CONCERT SEASON FOR 2019. 

Second concert was the Best of the Con with singers Kristian Scott, Kate Stuart, Nina Wildman and Sarah Winn and accompanist Jill Stoll.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Associate Professor Margaret Schindler, Head of Voice at the Conservatorium,  joined the singers at the end of the Concert. 

 

OUR 10TH YEAR OPENED WITH — Dan Quigley Jazz Sextet.

The Dan Quigley Sextet brought a jazz bar vibe to the church on Sunday 28th April