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REIGNITE YOUTH CHOIR CONCERT


Hosted by Phoenix Voices of Youth
Saturday 2 November 2019, 5-6.15pm
Pitt St Uniting Church
264 Pitt St, Sydney

Introducing an expanded Phoenix Voices of Youth choir with a varied repertoire featuring Jazz, popular classics across the decades and a World Premier Original song which will be performed for the Belgium World Choir Games!

Date : 2nd of November (Saturday)
Venue : Pitt Street Uniting Church (264, Pitt Street Sydney 2000)
Ticket : $10
Time: 5 PM - 6.15 PM

Join us and our special guest choirs for a joyous celebration of song and help us raise money to get us to the World Choir Games 2020.

Purchase tickets via the Phoenix Voices of Youth Facebook Page.

Proudly supported by Community First Step
 

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Low Carbon and Loving It 


Hosted by QLD's Australian Religious Response to Climate Change
Monday 4 November 2019, 7-9pm
46 Bunya St, Greenslopes, Brisbane

Join the friendly folk at the South Brisbane Hebrew Congregation as Mark Delaney, author of "Low Carbon and Loving It" leads this interactive workshop to explore ways of leading a more environmentally friendly life in keeping with our faith.

This is an interfaith event - open to all people of good will. The event is free and includes a delicious supper.

There will be plenty of time for discussion and sharing of ideas about what each of us can do in our lives to reduce the impact we are making on the planet.

PLEASE RSVP FOR CATERING PURPOSES: heather.abramson@bigpond.com

 

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Faithful Responses to the Climate Emergency


Hosted by the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change
Thursday 14 November 2019, 12-2pm
Affinity Intercultural Foundation,
Level 5, 51-57 Pitt St, Sydney

Session one of the Climate Emergency Lecture series 'Faithful Responses to Climate Emergency: Acting in Hope'.

With guest speakers Associate Professor Mehmet Ozalp, Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation at Charles Sturt University, and Thea Ormerod, President of the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change.

Facilitated by Assoc. Professor Clive Pearson.

Refreshments will be served from 12 pm. Session will start at 12.30 and there will be time for questions and discussion.

RSVP by 5 pm Wednesday 13 Nov to:
info@affinity.org.au

 

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Hearts Open to Love: Six Day Silent Retreat for Advent 


30th Nov to 6th Dec 2019
Mercy Place, 371 Simpsons Rd,
Bardon, Brisbane

Guided and Directed by Catherine Hefferan rsm and Robyn Fitzgerald.

Leaning into silence, we will open ourselves to contemplation and to our deepest longing to become so one with our indwelling God that we say: “It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me."(Gal. 2:20).  In the beautiful setting of Mercy Place, drawing on the rich wisdom of mystics and poets, we will cultivate rhythms of slow attentiveness, preparing the womb of our hearts to receive the One child. The retreat will be directed and will offer morning and evening contemplative communal prayer, Eucharist and opportunity for spiritual direction for all drawn to it.

Live-in and live-out options available.

For more details and to register visit: Advent Retreat 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Silverwattle Courses and Retreats 2019

The full program can be found at silverwattle.org.au/2019-program/ or by contacting sheila.keane@silverwattle.com

Upcoming courses and retreats:

Listening to the Landscape: Earth's stories at Silver Wattle
Thursday 21 November -  Sunday 24 November

  • Led by Anne Felton and Peri Coleman.

This course is for people wanting to connect more deeply with the land that sustains us. Meet the soils, rocks, and landscape features around Silver Wattle, including Weereewa (Lake George).
 

To list your event here, contact events@eremos.org.au.