11 October 2019
7:30PM - 10:00PM
Geraldine Doogue AO is a renowned Australian Journalist and Broadcaster.
Susan Ryan AO From 1975-1988 Susan was Senator for the ACT, becoming the first woman to hold a Cabinet post in a federal Labor Government. She served in senior portfolios in the Hawke Government. In 1990 she was appointed Officer of the Order of Australia for her contribution to Parliament. Susan was Australia’s first Age Discrimination Commissioner from 2011-2016.
Rachel McLean currently director Faith & Mission at St Vincent’s Potts Point. After completing her law degree Rachel began her career in education. Rachel worked in a variety of leadership roles then felt called to volunteer in Tanzania. Following this rich experience she continues to support a plethora of Social Justice activities and strives to be a hope-filled agent for change in our church and our world.
Come join us in stimulating and animated discussion over a DELICIOUS TWO COURSE MEAL $60 PER PERSON BYO DRINKS.
Please advise any special dietary requirements.
If you would like to come and cannot afford the cost please call and agree a donation.
RESERVATIONS ESSENTIAL – RSVP Thursday 3rd October.
7.00pm for 7.30pm
3 Mary St Hunters Hill NSW
The is a parking lot in front of the hall and more parking on the street.
Come and enjoy some reflection, silence and solitude in the beautiful Marist grounds. Holy Name of Mary Church is usually open.
Typically, our reflection mornings follow this format: we begin with an input from our speaker, followed by a period of personal reflection. You might take some morning tea at this time if you wish. There follows another period of input. The there is another period of reflection. You may stay in the hall, wander in the grounds or find a spot to sit in the sum. We try to maintain the silence. Finally, we gather for conversation with our presenter and each other.
Please put some time aside for yourself and join us for this beautiful experience.