We look forward to all nations and tongues and tribes worshipping God together. We look forward to God’s blessings working
throughout humanity to bring out the best in all of us. We pray for the movement of the Spirit in our ecumenical relations and work.
The U shapes represent the print of people sitting on the ground. The short lines represent the tools that women bring with them that lay beside them. Longer lines represent men and their spears. Even though we do not always see them, the women are talking, digging into the stories on country. In this picture (from above, we are surrounded by waters and we gather in talking groups, much as we imagine the WCC will in Karlsruhe.
You are invited to have a coffee and meet new friends. It’s an opportunity to share in local ‘Aussie’ and other cultures, practice conversation in different languages, The only cost is for participants to order and pay for their own drink to help support the local small business. All welcome!
Date : 9/8, 23/8, 6/9 & 20/9 ( Tuesdays)
Time : 10-11:30am
Venue : La Vigne Bakery Eastwood
( 82 Rowe St, Eastwood )
A collection of weekly reflections written by the former Parish Priest at St Kevins, Fr. Martin Maunsell and edited by Christopher Cooper