Date: Thursday 6 June, 2019
Location: ADM, Level 1, St Andrew's House,
464-480 Kent St, Sydney NSW 2000
Tickets: $30 (includes 2-course meal)
ENGAGE | Evening Session - June
Join us on the first Thursday of the month for Engage Evening Sessions – a fun, low-key opportunity for Christian women to come together and cheer each other on.
At Engage Evening Sessions you’ll hear three speakers from across a variety of spheres of work, culture and ministry. They’ll share stories about their current projects, new ideas or future plans. It's works-in-progress over a dinner party!
Engage Evening Sessions are a space to share knowledge and skills. And, as you hear stories from other women, a space to be inspired and dream big! This is a community where it’s perfectly OK to fail… and to try again, as you seek to discern the ways in which God is calling you to engage and impact the world for Him.
Meet peers, mentors and friends to journey with. Enjoy food and good fun on a Thursday night. Our evening sessions are open to all interested women from any field, age or background – and we especially welcome newcomers. Come join us!
Tickets are $30 and include a two-course meal by our friends at the wonderful social enterprise, Dinner on the Table.
Our speakers for this Engage Evening Sessions:
Ruth Elizabeth Lukabyo: A teacher, pastor and Dean of Women at Youthworks College, Ruth has recently completed a PhD in Australian Christian History and will be speaking about the impact of the Sydney Billy Graham Crusade on young people in 1959.
Alison Courtney: Alison completed a Master of Arts in Counselling in the US and has recently returned to live in Sydney. She will share about her studies in counselling at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, reflecting on integrating psychology and faith at the theoretical level and in clinical practice.
Kara Hartley: Archdeacon for Women in the Anglican Diocese of Sydney.
Erin Mollenhauer: Moore Theological College’s archivist and special collections librarian, Erin will speak about her work processing & making available the archives of Bible Society Australia and the personal papers and books of Bishop Donald Robinson. And the exhibition she curated (now on display) on Indigenous languages of Australia and the Pacific region.