The delicious folks at Queenscliff UCA run an annual festival of diversity: bringing voices of LGBT people, indigenous people, folks seeking asylum, folks engaged in projects to do with sustainability and wellbeing together for a weekend of music, poetry, storytelling, reflection, space, damned fine food and damneder fine company. I’m thrilled to be part of it again. Check out the programme and registration.
It’s a delight to be part of the circle of artists Julie Perrin and Christina Rowntree in Melbourne. Both engaged deeply in the way that story, art and public life intersect, they have kindly asked if I’d offer a few Storywork session in Melbourne on Thursday 9th May and Friday 10th May. These sessions are standalone. On the 11th May, I’m thrilled to be part of launching Julie Perrin’s new book Tender.
I’m delighted to speak at the Awaken gathering in Auckland from 15-17 February. Awaken is a gathering for LGBTI Christians. You can find more details of how to book on their website.
A retreat in a day led by Pádraig Ó Tuama and Simon Harger-Forde and hosted by the Auckland Spiritual Community in collaboration with the Corrymeela Community.
I will be one of the presenters at the Melbourne University of Divinity’s “"Theology and the Arts” gathering from 11-20 February 2019. I’ll be doing presentations on the morning and afternoon of the 11th February at Whitley College. Flyer is here and you can get more information (and apply) here.
I’m delighted to be part of a conference — Spirituality in Untrusting Waters — in Sydney, Australia in February 2019. The conference is a collaborative initiative of Uniting, Wesley Mission, Uniting Theological College and The Uniting Church in Australia Synod of NSW and ACT. Links are here and you can email for registration on pastoralstrength[@]uniting.org