Care for Creation: First Nations & Celtic voices
Care For Creation: Yarning &Listening to First Nations & Celtic Voices
When: 26th October, 6 pm to 8 pm
Where: Pitt Street Uniting Church Sydney
Aunty Beryl Van-Oploo: Kamilaroi elder from Walgett, NSW, Educator, Chef /Cook (Indigenous cuisine) Arrived at age 16 on the Block in Redfern in 1958,Dedicates her life's work today to the wellbeing of First Nations communities.
Ruth Harvey: Leader of the Iona Community, Scotland, recent Co-Convener of the Citizens Climate Assembly, Scotland
Grace Vegesana: At 23 she is Climate & Racial Justice Director at the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. Through the People of Colour Climate Network she is pioneering a new multiracial movement in the most culturally, linguistically, and religiously diverse and climate-affected communities in Australia.
A simple supper of bush foods from Yaama Barrgay Indigenous catering
Adults $20, 18yrs and under free.
Tickets are available here https://events.humanitix.com/care-for-creation-yarning-and-listening-to-first-nations-and-celtic-voices Adults are $20 and the evening is free for people 18 years and under.
The Wellspring Community is an Australia-wide inclusive Christian Community whose aim it is to create a space where spirituality and justice meet. More information about Wellspring can be found on webpage https://wellspring-community.com
Please pass this information on to anyone in you community who may be interested.