Events for the Heart and Mind – 28 April

In this issue: 7 Jewish Children; Spiritual Care Conference; Anti-Poverty Week Service; Sorry Day and Week of Prayer for Reconciliation resources; Footsteps of St Paul.

7 Jewish Children

Director Vivienne Glance to direct a local production of Caryl Churchill’s controversial play for Gaza “7 Jewish Children” We invite people to come and judge for themselves.

Sat May 15th
6:30 for 7 PM start
North Perth Town Hall, 26 View St North Perth
The ten minute performance to be followed by a screening of the debate from the Melbourne production of last year, plus a panel discussion on artistic freedom and moral responsibility.
Entry by donation, all proceeds go to “Medical Aid for Palestinians”.
For further information contact Alex Whisson convenor of Friends of Palestine WA at 0407 850 962

Spiritual Care Australia 2011 Conference

May 1-6, 2011: Swanleigh, Perth

Beliefs shape values yet so often the question of ethics seems to be more of an academic argument than a way of engaging.
This conference will provide opportunity to:

  • Explore important moral questions that confront chaplains
  • Untangle the dilemmas
  • Consider some ethical dimensions of theology, spirituality and vocation
  • Engage in creative reflection
  • Develop further in professional growth

For further information contact the Conference Organisers at

Advance Notice – Anti-Poverty Week Service

St George’s Cathedral
Tuesday 19 October 2010


The National Council of Churches, as part of their National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ecumenical Commission (NATSIEC) have put together a set of prayer material for Sorry Day and the Week of Prayer for Reconciliation, which is running from May 26th to Thursday June 3rd. You can download these resources at

Anglican Tours – The Footsteps of Saint Paul.


  • Istanbul with its Mosques,museums and early history
  • Topkapi Palace with an incredible China, Porcelain & Jewellery collection.
  • Cappadocia and the underground city from early Christian era
  • Laodicea, Colossae etc. Follow in the footsteps of Saint Paul.
  • Excavated Ephesus and the Temple of Artemis. One of the seven wonders of the world.
  • Troy
  • Gallipoli – See where the Anzac’s landed and where they bunkered down. Visit the numerous grave sites and share a special memorial service at Lone Pine. This will truly be a very emotional experience.
  • Too many highlights to list here. Just request a full itinerary and you will be truly motived to come and join us.
  • $5,700 (Turkey & Gallipoli) Optional Greece add on $1800 which includes everything for the 17 or 22 days. Airfares, Meals, accommodation, transport, tips etc Just bring spending money

    If you are interested in more information please ring 03 9974 1994 or contact The Rev’d Max Bowers – PO Box 1406 Werribee 3030 – INTERESTED PEOPLE can also show their interest on our web site at