Stations of the Cross Quiet Morning
Image above: Jo Davenport, Station 14 Jesus is laid in the tomb, (2019) Titled “Congregation” Artist’s comment: “In this painting I battled to create an image that I hoped would reflect optimism through solidarity.”
Oil on canvas, 91cm x 107cm
Eremos Quiet Morning at the Stations of the Cross Exhibition
led by Bethany South with an introduction to the artworks by Doug Purnell, the curator.
Saturday 9 April 2022 10.00 am - 1 pm
Please join us for an Eremos Quiet Morning
Artworks by 15 artists from diverse backgrounds invite – challenge – us to reflect on the familiar Easter narrative in new ways. The Quiet Morning provides some reflective time with these powerful artworks beautifully introduced by the one of the exhibition’s team members.
There will be time for prayer, centring, personal reflection, and sharing together.
Registrations are essential. General admission: $20 or $15 Concession. $10 for Eremos members and Northmead Uniting Church members. Please pay at the door. Register by Tuesday 5 April using the online form or email email@example.com with your name and telephone number and names of attendees.
Places are limited so early registration is encouraged.
Questions? contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Includes Morning tea.
Rev. Dr Doug Purnell, OAM, artist and retired Uniting Church minister, is the curator of the exhibition.
Bethany South is a member of the Eremos Retreat Team, an experienced retreat leader and chairperson of the Eremos Council.
More details about the exhibition will be on their website in early 2022: https://www.facebook.com/NorthmeadSOTC
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