Pop-up Op Shop – Final opportunity
Visit the Op Shop after worship on 20th June. Support the Olive Way ministry. Find out more.
Worship with the Psalms in Winter
The BUC Arts and Worship committees invite your creative response to the psalms for the fourth Sunday in each month of Winter. Submission form available here.
Check out the Refugee Week Tower Room Window installation in person and on the website.
Reflective Being, Being Reflective
A new book celebrating 25 years of the multi-faith disability and spirituality movement in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand is now available to purchase after being launched this week. The collection explores issues of faith and meaning in the lived experience of disability. Synod of Vic/Tas Disability Inclusion Advocate Rev Dr Andy Calder is one of its co-editors. More details here.
Millennials Get together
Nicole Mugford and Ian Ferguson are organising a time for milliennials to get together for a conversation about how people in this age group can support each other. Contact Nicole, 0412 317 075, if you want to know more.
Meet 4 Intrepid Interfaith Inspirational Peace activities visiting Melbourne this week on a Peace-Building mission speaking about their tour, Sunday 29th June. See the Facebook event
PIEN Weekly Wrap
In the News: Largest Palestinian displacement looms, Fury over court ruling on sale of Jerusalem church, new settlement planned, coalition on the brink of collapse
United Jewish Education Board (UJEB) Kulanu Project presents an Inclusion seminar, Sunday 19th June
Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) Victoria presents “Patterson of Israel“, Sunday 19th June
Truth and Treaty Yarns
Public forum, 30th June, with Members of the First Peoples Assembly of Victoria and Commissioner of Yoorrook Justice Commission. Hear the latest updates from members of the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria, elected voice for Aboriginal people and communities in future Treaty discussions. Register to attend.
Moreland City Council is currently in the process of changing its corporate name – take the survey
Fire, trees, and water
Michael Rigby’s exhibition explores the transformation of natural landscapes, cities, and towns altered by human and environmental pressures. Closing 30th June.
Natural/unnatural, the beauty in the discarded
Simone Alesich’s exhibition reflects on the items that we so casually create and discard, recreating them in a form that is beautiful and reflects the natural environment. Open 8th July – 27th November at the Incinerator Gallery.
Michael Rigby’s exhibition provide a glimpse into reflections on his inner and outer worlds during a challenging, introspective period of his life. Open 6th July – 26th November at the Incinerator Gallery.