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(Sydney) Lenten Program
March 6, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
You and your friends are warmly invited to join us for a program of weekly reflections during this Lenten season on the theme of - LAMENT.
There is much happening in our world that gives us cause for lament, and this can lead us to feel isolated and disempowered. By coming together in our lament we can tap into our collective strength and support each other in our journey toward hope.
To guide us on this journey, we have four presenters from four spiritual traditions:
Louise has a deep commitment to social justice and has been a strong influence in the life and work of her renowned artist brother, Richard, encouraging him to tell the story of Aboriginal people in his paintings. She is Aboriginal Education Advisor in the Office of Catholic Education in the Maitland Diocese.
Donna Jacobs Sife
Donna is a writer, award-winning storyteller and peace-worker. She is a lecturer in Sacred Story in the Universities of Sydney and New South Wales. Donna will speak to our theme drawing from the richness of Jewish spirituality.
Alex finds himself in lament much of the time. He listens gladly to those who live in hope, as well as those whose suffering is unbearable. Poetry, songs and storytelling that draw on learning from life, wholehearted spirituality and wise psychology bring him some comfort, awareness and silent wonder.
Aisha has been delivering guest lectures and teaching in Islam and personal development with ISRA (Islamic Sciences & Research Academy Australia), for over 10 years. She is currently completing a Masters in Islamic Studies at Charles Sturt University.
The program will conclude with a prayer ritual prepared by participants.
RSVP: By Friday 16 February to firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9955 3053