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On Thursday, 29 October 2020, Aunty Jean Phillips will lead the first ever Common Grace Digital Seminar, inviting you to listen and to come on the journey.
This seminar is ticketed with flexible prices.
Common Grace Digital Seminars are designed for people who want to listen to stories of injustice and be equipped to bring about change.
This seminar is an incredible opportunity for you to engage in deep listening with our most senior Aboriginal Christian Leader, Aunty Jean Phillips, and her calls to the Christian Church and all people to come on the journey of shared understanding, truth, and action.
Aunty Jean Phillips has been in full-time ministry for over 60 years. Aunty Jean has called the nation to prayer in the lead up to January 26th for many years and Common Grace has been pleased to support her initiative in what has become the annual #ChangeTheHeart services. In any other year, she would be found traveling the country engaging in ministry and Aboriginal justice issues but in 2020 the coronavirus pandemic has limited her ability to travel.
Aunty Jean carries a message of coming together through the cross and bringing solutions to this country.
Don’t miss this incredible opportunity for deep listening with one of our most senior Aboriginal Christian Leaders.
Come On The Journey With Aunty Jean Phillips is on Thursday, 29 October 2020
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm AEDT — ACT, Vic, NSW, Tas
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm AEST — Qld
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm ACDT — SA
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm ACST — NT
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm AWST — WA
ACCESSIBLE ANYWHERE ONLINE. SPACES ARE LIMITED.
This seminar is ticketed with flexible prices.
The pricing starts at $15 with guidance for further donations. This flexible pricing structure enables as many people to attend as possible.
If the cost of a donation is difficult for you please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the email subject including the text "Donate Seminar" and we will be in touch with you.
The full cost of each ticket is a donation to Aunty Jean Phillips and her work in Aboriginal Christian ministry. Your full donation goes directly to support the work of Aunty Jean Phillips.
Aunty Jean Phillips usually has three fundraising events throughout the year: May Soup Night, August Annual dinner, and Christmas Cafe. These have been running for over 20 years but for the first time, they haven’t been held because of the coronavirus pandemic.
$15 Donation for Seminar Ticket
$30 Donation for Seminar Ticket plus a donation for tea, coffee, and sugar for funerals
$45 Donation for Seminar Ticket plus a donation for a Christmas hamper for an Aboriginal family
$85 Donation for Seminar Ticket plus a donation for a tank of petrol for an Aboriginal Christian Leader
$396 Donation for Seminar Ticket plus a donation for six-months car rego for an Aboriginal Christian Leader
If the cost of a donation is difficult for you please send an email to email@example.com with the email subject including the text "Donate Seminar"
If you don’t have a credit card or would like to do a direct debit, please take the following steps:
1. Email firstname.lastname@example.org from the email address you would like your ticket emailed to. Use the text "Donate Seminar” in the email subject. Specify the amount you are donating.
2. Use the following details to make a donation:
Account Name: Christians for Justice Ltd
A/c: 152 835 336
You must email to secure your ticket as details on how to attend this Common Grace Digital Seminar will be emailed to attendees on the day of the seminar.
Can't attend live?
This is not a problem. After the event, everyone registered will receive a link to view a video recording of the seminar. The video will be viewable for 30 days. Register now, even if you can't attend live.
More About Aunty Jean Phillips
Aunty Jean Phillips is one of our most senior Aboriginal Christian Leaders of all denominations across these lands now called Australia. She was born on Cherbourg mission over 80 years ago and is still doing full time ministry. Aunty Jean started out in ministry with the AIM (Aborigines Inland Mission) and for over 60 years Aunty Jean has faithfully followed Jesus, focussing on justice, and serving those living in poverty. She has served many Aboriginal communities, churches of all denominations, raised up the next generations of Aboriginal Christian Leaders and has called non-Aboriginal Christians to come on the journey of fighting injustice for decades.
She is thankful for those that have answered the call.
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