A Reflection on Mark 6:14-29 at the End of NAIDOC Week 2021offered for Pitt St Uniting Church via Zoom on Sunday 11 July 2021. The Gosepl story of the beheading of John the Baptist is relevant today.
Friday 4 June – First Friday Labyrinth Walk
at the Centennial Park Labyrinth.
For this Friday’s First Friday Labyrinth Walk we will be acknowledging that Reconciliation is more than a word, Reconciliation takes action. Come, walk, reflect and act for Reconciliation at the end of Reconciliation Week 2021.
We will meet at the Centennial Park Labyrinth at 10am on the first Friday of each month. You can book at visionandaction.com.au or just turn up. Morning tea provided.
Walking the Labyrinth with the Beloved in John’s Gospel Fourth Friday Labyrinth Walks at the Centennial Park Labyrinth This month’s Forth Friday Labyrinth Walk - An Appointment at the Well - invites us into the story of Jesus’ encounter with the Samaritan Woman at the...
Drawing on the words of some contemporaty sages, I will invite you to walk the Labyrith with silence. This will be the firth first Friday montly labyrith walks for 2021. All are welcome. 10am Centennial Park Labyrinth.
This Friday, 23 April, I will be offering another Fourth Friday Labyrinth Walk at the Centennial Park Labyrinth, commencing at 10am. Our theme will be “Walking with Fear.” Are you willing to turn and walk with fear instead of our habitual response to run away from fear? This walk, along with the other Fourth Friday walks are inspired by Sally Longley’s book “Walking the Labyrinth with the Beloved in John’s Gospel.”
An invitation to walk the labyrinth in solidarity with all who are suffering. An invitation to enter the labyrinth with your suffering and your shadow. An invitation to step into suffering so as to transform it. 10am Friday 2 April at the Centennial Park Labyrinth,...
It seems apt at the beginning of Holy Week to share my reflection on the Upturning of the Tables in the Temple by Jesus. It was the reflection I offered on the 3rd Sunday of Lent at Pitt St Uniting Church.
Did it really happen like that? Jesus goes into the Temple in Jerusalem, just before Passover and drives them out of the Temple. It is hard to imagine that is how it happened given the enormous size of the temple courtyards, more expansive than 4 football fields.
This Friday I will be facilitating two Labyrinths walks. At 10am, at the Centennial Park Labyrinth, I will lead the second 4th Friday Labyrinth Walk. I have selected a walk from the second chapter of Sally Longley's beautiful book "Walking with the Beloved in the...
Another First Friday Labyrinth Walk at the Centennial Park Labyrinth will take place this coming Friday 5 March 2021
Fourth Friday Labyrinth Walks at the Centennial Pak Labyrinth in Sydney. Inspired by Sally Longley’s book “Walking the Labyrinth with the Beloved in John’s Gospel.” All Welcome
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The Second First Friday Labyrinth Walk at the Centennial Park Labyrinth will take place this coming Friday 5 February 2021 at 10am. The walk this month will invite us into Mindfulness.