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NCCA Assembly - online

Reconciliation as mission for Australian churches

DATE: Thursday 29 October 2020 10 am - 12 pm (AESDT)

TIME: 10 am - 12 pm (AEDST) 

The meeting will be online via Zoom and will be a discussion and sharing which will focus on the importance of relationship building and yarning and why they are central to our churches' reconciliation journeys with our First Nations peoples.

Register online: at Trybooking* 

* Zoom meeting code will be emailed at registration

We will be yarning with :

  • Rev Glenn Loughrey, Anglican Church of Australia St Oswald's Glen Iris.
  • Lucy Davis , The Salvation Army RAP Project Development Coordinator
  • Pastor Darren Garlett, Seventh-day Adventist Church director of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ministries (ATSIM) for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia (AUC).
  • Marilyn Wall, Lutheran Church of Australia, LCA’s RAP Project Officer, Hearing the Indigenous voice.

  pdf Download the program flyer (5.91 MB)

 

Pictured - A Reconciliation Gift for NCCA 2004:

“RIGHTS, RESPECT, RECONCILIATION” - by  Joyce Dukes 2004 (pictured)

The Aboriginal flag is a symbol of the struggle Indigenous Australians had to endure and the right to be heard. The real history of Australia since white settlement comes from their stories. The hands represent those people, who are aware of Aboriginal history, so they join Aboriginal people towards Reconciliation. The footprints represent people going to meeting places to listen and learn: in the spirit of Reconciliation. The dove represents peace and respect.

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