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Imagination as a Resource for Faith

Monday, 13 May, 10:00 am3:30 pm AEST

A ‘Quiet Day’ in the Macedon Ranges, open to clergy and ministry students.

At a cost of $40 for ministerial students and $45 for clergy including lunch, it is a unique opportunity to spend time with John Bell leading us and helping us to open our hearts and minds and imaginations to God’s presence. With numbers capped at 60, it aims to provide a unique opportunity for clergy and student ministers to gather and share and learn together.

With John Bell, Scottish composer, minister, liturgist and poet leading us and helping us to open our hearts and minds and imaginations to God’s presence in this place, this Quiet Day provides a unique opportunity for clergy and student ministers to gather and share and learn together.

Cost

$45/40 (includes lunch)

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Getting there

A shuttle bus to Gisborne V/line station will meet and return participants coming by train from Southern Cross Station

Details

Date:
Monday, 13 May
Time:
10:00 am–3:30 pm

Organiser

Wellspring Community Inc

Venue

Church of the Ressurection
6 Honour Avenue
Mount Macedon, VIC 3441 Australia
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