Voice, Treaty and Truth

15 November 2020

This St James’ Institute event will mark NAIDOC week—celebrations for which were deferred from earlier in the year due to COVID-19.
The presentation will include an interview about NAIDOC week with Kathryn Farrawell, who is an Aboriginal artist and activist, and a TED talk by Dean Parkin on ‘The Uluru Statement from the Heart’.

Disagreement and a Christian Future for the Anglican Communion

31 October 2020

Professor Stephen Pickard presents a seminar considering Anglican identity and the future of the Anglican Communion. Recently there have been some debates in the Anglican church about how the Communion functions and its future. Bishop Stephen is the Executive Director of the Australian Centre for Christianity and also Culture Director of Public and Contextual Theology Research Centre at Charles Sturt University.


God Give Me Joy

God Give Me Joy is a series of reflections on finding God in the everyday and of finding joy in the simple things. It was the theme of the St James’ Retreat in 2019, inspired by the poem of the same name by Thomas Curtis Clark.  To listen to and read these reflections, email Christopher Waterhouse.

God Give Me Joy by Thomas Curtis Clark