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National Reconciliation Week, 27 May – 3 June 2016

National Reconciliation Week - image by Glenn Loughrey


Exploring Exile

Resources for National Reconciliation Week

 27 May to 3 June is National Reconciliation Week, also known as the Week of Prayer for Reconciliation.

The Reverend Glenn Loughrey, a Wiradjuri man, artist and priest-in-charge of St Oswald’s Anglican Church in Melbourne has written resources to help engage with the week. 

Glenn uses a powerful combination of art, poetry and story to explore the experience of exile as a means of transforming injustice.


Exploring Exile: National Reconciliation Week Reflections 

Download a .pdf copy of NRW Reflections

NRW Reflections - colour

 NRW Reflections - black/white

NRW Reflections - plain text


Liturgical Resources for Sunday 29th May 2016 (NATSIAC Sunday)

Download a .pdf copy of NRW Liturgical Resources here


Images from Exploring Exile are also available as t-shirts.

Click here for more information.


The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Anglican Council (NATSIAC) seeks to give voice to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Anglican Church. 

NATSIAC has asked the church to consider marking ‘NATSIAC Sunday’ during National Reconciliation Week to pray for the healing of our wounds and work towards reconciliation. 

For more information visit



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