Monthly Archives: October 2015

Supporting Refugees at home and away

From the Welcome to Australia website: We believe Australians are a welcoming, generous and compassionate people. On Saturday, October 31 you’re invited to #SayWelcome in cities and towns across the nation. We believe an Australia where prejudice is unpopular and … Continue reading

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Climate March

We are just a few short weeks from the United Nations Climate Change Summit being held in Paris at the beginning of December. ‘This is the world’s next best chance following the debacle of the Copenhagen Summit, which for Australian’s … Continue reading

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Today, October 16 is World Food Day

In Australia, when it comes to food we are so fortunate.  There is an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables, the range of foods is enormous, the quality is high, food handling standards are strict, and the influence of many … Continue reading

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three things that just may interest you

Image: Michael Donnelly, Splash (detail), acrylic and oil on linen, 2015 1.  Caught in the Moment exhibition The VicTas Art and Spirituality Network presents its second group exhibition, Caught in the Moment.  Some members of our congregation (Jan and Di) … Continue reading

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