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Common Grace supporters and volunteers are invited to a Sydney-based event to explore how our movement can actively see grace and generosity lived out in our church, our society, and in our public policy.

Can a diverse community of Christians create space to listen deeply, love unconditionally, and stand for justice? Can our faith, passion and creativity spark social transformation in these lands now called Australia? Join us for a night of sharing our Common Grace on common ground, and where we consider how we can advocate a Christ-shaped vision for the common good.

Our Presenters: 

Brad Chilcott is the founder of Welcome to Australia, a pastor and one of the founding directors of Common Grace.

Brooke Prentis is a Wakka Wakka woman and an Aboriginal Christian Leader. Brooke is a speaker, writer, community pastor, and advocate, and is the Aboriginal Spokesperson for Common Grace and Coordinator of the Grasstree Gathering.

Jason Johns leads Common Grace’s climate justice campaign. He is a Uniting Earth consultant passionate about helping the church explore the connections between faith and ecology.

Kate Leaney is Common Grace’s asylum seeker justice campaign team leader and founder of The Welcome Centre and Careers Kitchen.

Erin Sessions is an academic and Common Grace’s domestic and family violence campaign team leader. She is also a writer, speaker, and published poet.

Natalie Williams is a social policy advisor and the Chair of Common Grace.

With artistic input from musicians - Helen Wright, who is the Creative and Justice Pastor at Newtown Mission in Sydney, Colleen O'Connell and Bianca Manning - and with Emma Harrison, Dance & Film Artist. Emma will be sharing her dance film presentation, titled ‘this frog won’t swim’.

When

Saturday March 30, 2019 at 7pm - 9pm

Where

Annandale Creative Arts Centre
81 Johnston St Annandale
Sydney , NSW 2038
Australia
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