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Lay Leaders Retreat
Lay Leaders Spiritual Retreat
Lay Leaders Spiritual Retreat with Dr. Ben Myers at the Colac Uniting Church on Monday 13th to Tuesday 14th February. 9.30am for a 10.00am start.
Address: Colac Uniting Church Hall
25 Hesse St, Colac VIC 3250
Registration fees $35.00 per person, includes lunches and a Valentine's dinner. Pay on arrival. Billeting is available to those who would like to stay overnight.
Please Contact Rev Mele by email:
, for registrations, billeting and catering.
Benjamin Myers is an Australian theologian who, since 2008, has been a lecturer at United Theological College (UTC). Prior to UTC, Ben Myers was a researcher at the University of Queensland's Centre for the History of European Discourses. He is also a member of Princeton University's Center for Theological Inquiry.
Author of many books including Christ the Stranger, and Salvation in my pocket. Myers is also widely known for being a pioneer in the Biblioblog movement. His blog, Faith & Theology, he attracts a wide international audience. He is an occasional contributor to the ABC Religion and Ethics programming.
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