Making Peace through Love
12:15 am – 1 pm
Venue: St Andrew’s Church
Liz Mellish will tell two stories of making peace through love from Mäori folklore
Story one is the beautiful love story of
Takarangi and Raumahora.
Story two is the marriage of
Te Kakapi and Ihaka Ngahiwi of Ngäti Komuka
Songs & Poetry in Celebration of Peace
Friday, 9 November
6pm – 9 pm
Venue: St Andrew’s Centre HALL
Cost including Dinner - $10 waged, $5 unwaged
This will be SATRS last event for the year and is just 2 days short of the 100 Anniversary of the Armistice at the end of the
First World War.
We will be celebrating peace and the ending of war with the help of Acoustic Routes (AKA the Wellington Folk Centre) who will be bringing some performers along.
We start with a light meal so bookings are essential for catering purposes to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can bring or prepare an item - a song, poem, prose reading, or story of reminiscence - either yours or someone else's or you can sit back and be a member of the audience.
“Witness to Change, Reflections on Reaching 100” by Lloyd Geering, Steele Roberts Aotearoa Publishers, 2018.
Lloyd’s book starts with the address he gave at the luncheon to celebrate his 100th birthday and then proceeds to narrate the many changes he has witnessed during his lifetime.
This is followed by a collection of addresses and sermons in which he discusses the changes that took place in Christian thought and practice during the 20th century, as a result of which his own thinking also underwent a radical change. It concludes with a sketch of the life of 'God' from conception to death.
Copies available from the SATRS book stall, cost $25.00.
Email orders to email@example.com. Payment to KiwiBank account number 38 9012 0627557-00.
Sea of Faith Conference 2018 will be held at Silverstream Retreat
2nd - 4th November
Title: Religion for a sustainable future
Keynote Speakers are:
- Sir Lloyd Geering
- Charles Waldegrave
- Byron Rangiwai
- Geoff Henderson
Registration forms, programme and latest newsletter available from the Sea of Faith website sof.org.nz