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Seminar 1:
A World Made New

Using the works of Welsh poets Gwenalt and Waldo Williams, the English poet Thomas Traherne and the Australian John Shaw Neilson, Ken Parker will explore the Christian vision of a world made whole. He believes that poetry is central to Christian life and worship, and is keen to encourage people to be nourished more by the poetic vision.

This is our Lenten 'quiet day', a day to reflect and meditate, to step aside from the noisy world and discover a different emphasis, a world made new.

Date Saturday 13 March
Time 10.00 am - 3.30 pm
Venue Holy Trinity church centre,
Hotham Street, East Melbourne
Cost $25 (concession: $20)   NOTE: BYO lunch
Conductor Archdeacon Ken Parker
Rector of Christ Church, Castlemaine, who says he has studied a little theology and a lot of art and poetry.

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