Events

 

Spiritual Misfits
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Walking the Labyrinth with the Gospel of Mark. 

Time: 10 am

Location:
Centennial Park Labyrinth

2024 Dates:
31 May (5th Friday)
28 June (TBC)
26 July
23 August
27 September
25 October
22 November

Following on from a series of labyrinth walks over the last three years—walking with the ‘Beloved” in the Gospel of John,
the 4th Friday Labyrinth walks will continue in 2024.

We will walk with stories from the Gospel of Mark.

All are welcome; consider inviting a friend.
Refreshment provided.
For further information: Elizabeth Lee

 

Songs from the Winter Palace
Saturday, 1st June, 2:30 pm

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Digital Contregations
in a Post-Christian World
Tuesday, 18-Jun-24
01:30-04 pm

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Listening to Country

Session 2:
Sunday 11 August 2-4pm

Cost per session: $15 or $10 early bird.
Free for sponsors’ members and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

All sessions are held at Pitt St Uniting Church, 264 Pitt St, Sydney and will be live-streamed.

Bookings are essential for live stream attendance.
For more information on all events and bookings: www.eremos.org.au/events

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 A 3-part series which breaks open some of the wisdom, knowledge, and direction for living to be discovered in listening to country.
Walk with and learn from Aboriginal presenters who will share from their lived experience, their research and their integration of Christian theology with indigenous spirituality.
Sponsored by Pitt St Uniting Church, Eremos, St James Institute, and Wellspring in collaboration with the School of Indigenous Studies at the University of Divinity.

Session 1 Sunday 21 April 2-4pm

Rev Dr Garry Worete Deverell presenting: Christ as country: Aboriginal spirituality and Christianity in conversation 

A trawloolway man, from northern lutruwita (Tasmania), Rev Dr Garry Deverell is Academic Dean, Lecturer, and Research Fellow in the new School of Indigenous Studies at the University of Divinity, which he helped to found. Garry’s recent research has turned towards theologising the experience of Indigenous peoples within and beyond the colonial church.

More details and booking for 21 April: Listening to Country Session 1

Coming up 

Session 2 Sunday 11 August 2-4pm
Professor Dr Anne Pattel-Gray: Aboriginal Spirituality and Connection to Country. 

Professor Anne Pattel-Gray was appointed Professor of Indigenous Studies and inaugural Head of the School of Indigenous Studies at the University of Divinity and commenced the role in August 2022. She is a descendant of the Bidjara / Kari Kari people of Queensland and a celebrated Aboriginal leader.

Session 3 Sunday 8 September 2-4pm
Nathan Tyson: Acknowledging Country: Way forward to Reconciliation

Nathan is currently the Manager, First Peoples Strategy and Engagement with the Uniting Church in Australia’s Synod of NSW and the ACT.  He is an Aboriginal man of Anaiwon/Gomeroi descent, who has lived most of his life in Sydney.

Previously

Session 1 Sunday 21 April 2-4pm
Rev Dr Garry Worete Deverell presenting: Christ as country: Aboriginal spirituality and Christianity in conversation 

A trawloolway man, from northern lutruwita (Tasmania), Rev Dr Garry Deverell is Academic Dean, Lecturer, and Research Fellow in the new School of Indigenous Studies at the University of Divinity, which he helped to found. Garry’s recent research has turned towards theologising the experience of Indigenous peoples within and beyond the colonial church.