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Exploring Indigenous Theology as a bridge for moving towards reconciliation

Saturday, 6 April, 5:30 pm8:00 pm AEDT

Exploring Indigenous Theology as a bridge for moving towards reconciliation

This public forum is FREE, all are welcome to attend. 

Refreshments will be provided from 5:30pm. For catering purposes, please register using the online booking link below

Speakers:

Revd Dr Garry Worete Deverell 
Aboriginal theologian and Vicar of St Agnes Anglican Church, Black Rock

Uncle Revd Ray Minniecon
Aboriginal Elder, NAIITS Board Member and Program Elder at the University of Divinity

Uncle Revd Dr Terry LeBlanc 
Mi’kmaq-Arcadian Elder, Executer Director of Indigenous Pathways and Director, NAIITS: An International Learning Community

Aunty Jean Phillips 
Aboriginal Elder and Vision Leader of the Grasstree Gathering

Aunty Revd Patricia Courtenay 
Aboriginal Elder and NAIITS International faculty

Brooke Prentis 
Senior Fellow, Anglican Deaconess Ministry 2019 and NAIITS Board Member

Facilitated by:

Naomi Wolfe   
Lecturer, Australian Catholic University and NAIITS Board Member

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Date:
Saturday, 6 April
Time:
5:30 pm–8:00 pm
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Organiser

University of Divinity
Phone:
0398533177
Email:
mnelson@divinity.edu.au
Website:
divinity.edu.au

Venue

Whitley College
50 The Avenue
Parkville, Victoria 3052 Australia
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Phone:
0393408100
Website:
whitley.edu.au

5 comments

  • Would love to be there but I am in Newcastle and as a chaplain to our Samaritans .org / Anglicare- am intensely interested / if it is videoed perhaps this can be released ,
    Josephine

  • Hi Just wondering if there is any possibility there can be a recording of this lecture or a live stream as I am based in Perth.

    Cheers
    Colin Battersby
    Indigenous Ministries Australia

    • Hi Colin,
      Thanks for your interest in the event. At this stage, the forum is to be recorded for archival purposes only. We hope that following the event, it might be possible to release some of the content on this website. If this eventuates, I would be happy to let you know and will contact you directly to advise.

  • This is a good and very interesting pathway. Unfortunately living and working in Adelaide and at this late stage I’m not able to get there. If there is any resources or video of the event I am very excited to be in possession of such items.
    Robert Taylor
    Ingle Farm Salvation Army
    0457 440 651

    • Hi Robert,
      Thanks for your interest in the event. At this stage, the forum is to be recorded for archival purposes only. We hope that following the event, it might be possible to release some of the content on this website. If this eventuates, I would be happy to let you know and will contact you directly to advise.

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