TABLE TALK - A CONVERSATION ABOUT PEOPLE SEEKING ASYLUM IN AUSTRALIA: An event to help us understand and reflect further on the issues around people seeking asylum in the light of our faith and humanity.
* Come, share and discuss firsthand the realities of seeking asylum and offering hospitality.
Date: Thursday, 25 October 2018. Time: 6:30pm.
Venue: St. Patrick’s Hall, Calliope Street, Guildford.
Changing the Conversation about Asylum Seekers” aims to change the conversation on Asylum Seekers and improve the lives of asylum seekers. It is a programme of "table talks" events inside civil society organisations, which provide an opportunity for asylum seekers to share their personal stories and for us to explore their questions and concerns about asylum seeker policy in a safe, respectful space.
Goals of the Table Talk Events
We aim to have a new conversation about asylum seekers, focused on respect, relationship, story and values.
By the end of our time together we want:
1. Participants to think of asylum seekers as people
2. Participants to leave prepared to think about asylum seekers & make informed decisions
3. To build relational power – the relationships around shared values that help people to act.
For further information and RSVP please contact the Guildford Parish Office -
Phone: 9632.2672 or
email: firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, 22 October.
We need to know approximate numbers for catering purposes. Let us pray for one another and all in our local area as we prepare for this gathering.