Quiet Afternoon of Prayer on Sunday 4 October, 2pm - 4pm
Being at home, ‘Abide in me, and I in you.’ John 15:4
A quiet time of prayer, resting, at home in God, listening, waiting, be-ing.Gather on zoom, pray together, listen to a short reflection, spend focussed time in silence. Sit with some questions and scripture, then gather again to share our experience. Please contact Susanna to register your interest. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3051417696?pwd=NGFoekJsbDNSS05BVHZvcnh6SUV1dz09   Passcode: 814798     Or phone  7018 2005         Meeting ID: 305 141 7696 

InterPlay  Saturday 10 October 2pm - 3.30pm
Play in the face of uncertainty, Delight in be-ing present, Move as if there’s no tomorrow, 
Sing as if no one’s listening
A workshop led by Susanna Pain
to register, email:    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  zoom link: Meeting ID: 813 2661 3253. Passcode: 588663 
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81326613253?pwd=VVB0OHQrT29wRXhIdWlQZzdiTkl5QT09

A talk by Nikolai Blaskow:  Thursday 22 October 7:30pm - 9pm  
Are (protest) atheists excluded from the table of God?
The pandemic, like all pandemics and catastrophes (human-made and natural like the holocaust and the Lisbon earthquake), cause people to not just question the existence of G-d, but also to accuse G-d (Voltaire’s “j’accuse”) of standing by and doing nothing (the bystander syndrome).
Essentially, G-d is accused of committing a war crime. In Christian theological terms, we call any defence of G-d a theodicy (from the Greek ‘God-justice’).

Come and join Nikolai for a discussion on this vital and timely question. His 20 minute presentation will be followed by a Q & A session, starting at 7:30pm and finishing promptly at 9pm.  


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We acknowledge the Gunaikurnai people as the original custodians of this region.
The Cathedral and the other churches of the parish stand on the lands of the Gunaikurnai people.