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Any hope for Palestine, now or ever?

25 September, 2018

The Palestine Israel Ecumenical Network is facilitating the Australian speaking tour of Areej Masoud during October.

Areej Masoud is a Palestinian Christian from Bethlehem who currently works as the Development & Communications Department Coordinator at Bethlehem Bible College. Areej is impassioned to speak up on behalf of her people and introduce the world to her reality, often hidden from mainstream media. A reality where access to basic necessities such as healthcare, education, water, shelter, freedom of movement and economic security is greatly restricted.

Opportunities to hear Areej:

PERTH

BENDIGO

  • 9 October at 7.30pm – Public lecture at St Matthew’s Church, 153 Eaglehawk Rd, Long Gully (corner of Eaglehawk Rd and Creeth St). Supper will be served. Register at https://www.trybooking.com/YHOX

MELBOURNE

  • 10 October at 8.00pm – Spirituality in the Pub, The Pumphouse Hotel, 128 Nicholson St, Fitzroy (opp. Carlton Gardens). Meals available at Pub from 6.00pm.

BRISBANE

CANBERRA

  • 14 October at 5.00pm – Church service at St Andrews Presbyterian Church, 3 State Cir, Forrest. Come to the sanctuary. Light refreshments post service.
  • 16 October, dinner from 6:30pm, talk from 7.30pm – St Christopher’s Pastoral Centre, 55 Franklin St, Forrest. Youth and young adults focused event. RSVP to Huw at huw.warmenhoven@cg.org.au.

MELBOURNE

  • 17 October at 7:15pm sign in for 7:30pm start – Live Webinar through Ridley College, open to the public. Prior registration required. Register at https://www.ridley.edu.au/events/event/hope-for-palestine/
  • 21 October at 9.30am – Church service at Brunswick Uniting Church, 212 Sydney Road, Brunswick (corner of Merri St). Areej will speak at morning tea after the service.

NEWCASTLE

SYDNEY

  • 24 October at 4.30pm, followed by dinner (from 6pm, if booked) – ‘Better Conversations’, The Tinsley Institute – Morling College, 122 Herring Road, Macquarie Park. Register at https://www.morling.edu.au/events/Better-Conversations-Masoud/
  • 25 October at 7.30pm – St James Anglican, 2 Highbury St, Croydon NSW, Corner of Hume Highway. Snacks / refreshments will be served. Register at https://www.trybooking.com/YJCL
  • 26 October at 1.00pm – Public lecture at the National Council of Churches and NSW Ecumenical Council rooms, Level 7, 379 Kent Street, Sydney. Refreshments served. Register at https://www.trybooking.com/YJRN
  • 27 October at 6.00pm – St Augustine’s Catholic Church Hall, Eaton Street, Balmain. Palestinian food – Dabka dancers. Donation entry. Register at https://www.trybooking.com/YJCT

 

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