Reflection Morning – Lawson – CANCELLED due to COVID

Seeking renewal through conversation
  •  17 September 2022
     9:30AM - 12:30PM

This event has been cancelled due to COVID

We are very sorry for any inconvenience

“Being Natured by Nature”

presented by

John Cox

This presentation comes out of my own journey over many years. Like
many, I experience nature as a source of renewal refreshment and wonder. In 2013
I came across the term Nature Naturing, created by writers in response to Colin
Fletcher’s book “The Man Who Walked Through Time”. His book recounts his
pilgrimage as the first non-indigenous American Indian to walk through the Grand
Canyon USA. This term has intrigued me and been helpful in my own spiritual
journey with/in Nature.

People attending the Reflection Morning are asked to bring at least
one and not more than four photos preferably of pictures of nature/
scenery that are important to them.

John is a retired psychologist & Uniting Church minister living at Wentworth Falls; has worked as a marriage & family therapist & manager for 35 years, training many people at all levels of counselling.   Having explored the way theology and psychology inform each other, narrative theology & family systems provided a framework and base for exploring the way we as storied people hold sacred stories deep within us. Exploring “Nature Naturing” is the present expression of this journey.


COVID-19 Safe Space.                BOOKING not required.

Tea/Coffee provided.         Entry by donation.

For more information:  email or call

 Len Teodori 0405 916 326  or  Carol Teodori: 0449 172 669

An initiative of Catalyst for Renewal


Santa Maria Hall, 253 Great Western Hwy, Lawson, New South Wales, 2783, Australia


Parking at Our Lady of the Nativity Catholic Church, Lawson (enter by Somers Street)  – OR – Kitchener Street, Lawson (8 spaces).   To gain access to the car park please exit the Great Western Highway onto Somers Road immediately before the church.

For railway travelers to Lawson:

Go east on the Great Western Highway. Turn right at Orient St., left into Mary St. Walk to the end. (15 min. walk)