"We will come back changed. Of that I am certain. But of course that is the reason why you go on pilgrimage in the first place, to find the holy, stumble upon God in action, and be changed forever by the experience." - Canon Trevor Dennis
THEOLOGICAL STUDENT PILGRIMAGE
What: Travel on pilgrimage to Wontulp-Bi-Buya College, Cairns, to participate in the Theology teaching block.This pilgrimage offers theological students and ordinands the opportunity to: Listen to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander theological and social perspectives, and to learn from these perspectives to gain a more holistic Australian theological perspective on theology and ministry.
Wontulp is an indigenous led college for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from across Australia. The main purpose of Wontulp-Bi-Buya College is to support the development of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander church and community leaders through study programs leading to awards in theology, suicide prevention, addictions management & community development. These studies are offered in blocks of short residential study in Cairns and in home-based studies in local communities.
When: Sunday 24 June to Friday 6 July, 2018
Who: Are you a theological student and/or ordinand? Interested in finding out more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives on theology, ministry and society?
Cost: $1650 Plus airfares. This includes:
Why not see if your college or diocese can help you raise funds.
How: Complete the application form and submit to Jazz Dow.
Applications must be received by the end of May 2018. However, there are only six places available. The earlier you submit your application the greater chance you have of receiving a place.
All enquiries and applications to: the Revd Jazz Dow – Missioner@abm.asn.au
St George's College Jerusalem is a continuing education centre for the Anglican Communion. It offers a range of short courses suitable for clergy and anybody interested in expanding their understanding of the scriptures in their original geographic setting.
St George's College holds a reputation for outstanding Biblical scholarship. Over the years, hundreds of Australians have joined people from all over the world in travelling to St George's College Jerusalem to deepen and explore their faith. Those who have been can testify to an intensely moving, enlightening, life-changing experience.
The College is located on the grounds of St. George's Cathedral in the Anglican Diocese of Jerusalem, five minutes walk from the Old City of Jerusalem.
Everyone is welcome to make enquiries about attending a course at St George's College. The current course timetable along with further information is available from the College website www.saintgeorgescollegejerusalem.com.
St George's College Jerusalem has a regional committee for Australia and New Zealand that regularly arranges organised visits to the College. To find out more about trips that are currently planned please contact Robert McLean.
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