More than a church, St James’ is at the heart of the city.
Our vision is in creating an open, inclusive and engaging sanctuary for all; regardless of social standing, sexuality, race or religion.
We respect both our heritage and that of the traditional custodians of this land, while shaping our future through excellence in music, education and worship.
Our impact is our legacy. We aspire to establish trust with our community by presenting our message of inclusion, grace and faith.
NAIDOC Week Seminar: Heal Country!
July 11 @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
The St James’ Institute presents: NAIDOC Week Seminar: Heal Country!
Sunday 11 July | 2:00pm-4:00pm | St James’ Hall and Online | $25
The 2021 NAIDOC Week theme is Heal Country! This theme is a call for all Australians to seek greater protections for our lands, waters, sacred sites, and cultural heritage from exploitation, desecration, and destruction.
How can Christians participate in healing country? In this talk, Brooke Prentis will explore the intersection of faith, justice, and Aboriginal cultures. She will explain ways we can pursue friendship, reconciliation, and healing in our lifetime.
Brooke Prentis is CEO of Common Grace, an Australian Christian movement for justice. Ms Prentis is an Aboriginal Christian leader from the Wakka Wakka peoples and a scholar of the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture.