Drawing on the call of Isaiah, the ministry of Hosea and the radical lives of Martha and Mary Magdalene, Ken will look at the need for prophetic voices in our own time.
He will find assistance from the poetry of American poet Mary Oliver, Australian poet James McAuley and maybe the art of Leonard French.
||Saturday 23 February
||10.00 am - 3.30 pm
||Holy Trinity Anglican Church|
Hotham Street, East Melbourne
||$30 (concession: $25), BYO lunch (tea and coffee provided)
||Fr Ken Parker|
Fr Ken has been the Anglican priest in Castlemaine since 2003 and delights to live in the country, tough as it is in a period of sustained drought. He enjoys a close involvement with the very fine Castlemaine Art Gallery, as well as the challenge of relating church to town. He has been a priest for close on forty years, and is intrigued to explore connections between faith and literature, and to reflect on the spirituality of art.
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