Reconciliation Sunday recognised at St. James, Sunday 26th May

Reconciliation Sunday will be recognised at St. James this Sunday 26th May. Our 10:30 a.m. service will commence in the park next to the church in the circle of spotted gums (seating and rugs available for those needing them). We will acknowledge country, and pay respect to the indigenous leaders of our country past, present and emerging; share a prayer; celebrate the beauty of the trees, then enter the church and gather around a symbolic campfire to share music, reflections, prayers and conversation. Reconciliation Sunday remembers Sorry Day and the covenant with the UAICC (Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress) of the Uniting Church in Australia.

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