Monday, 22 July 2019

Events of Interest

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Non-Pilgrim events are shown as Community Announcements. For disclaimers, read here . . .

Free Lunchtime Recitals at Pilgrim

organ

1.00pm in the Church


Free Organ concerts,
2nd, 4th Thursdays of the month
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Student recitals,
1st, 3rd & 5th Thursdays of the month
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SALA Exhibition 2019

An exhibition to be held in the Church
HORIZONS
Art as a transforming journey

22 July - 18 August 2019
During Open Church and Sunday Services

The landscape becomes a metaphor for human experience and spiritual quest. You are invited to look deeper into the depths of the land and into your own connection with what you see.

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Public Lecture: Decolonising Multilingualism

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Decolonising Multilingualism:
What Happens To Emotions When English Takes a Step Back?

22 July 2019, 6.30-8.30 pm
G60 Braggs Lecture Theatre, University of Adelaide

Professor Alison Phipps – University of Glasgow. Professor of Languages and Intercultural Studies, UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts (Creativity Culture & Faith)

Booking: Free tickets available via the following link
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/decolonising- multilingualism-what-happens-to-emotions-when-english- takes-a-step-back-tickets-63318416087

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Multi-cultural lunch on Tuesday 23 July

- Community Announcement -

Multi-cultural lunch on Tuesday 23 July :
Random Acts of Welcome:at South West Community Centre,
171 Sturt street, City at 12.30 - 2 ish...


Bring something to cook / assemble in the kitchen, fruit or a dish to share , an old friend or a new stranger and come and share about life in Adelaide.

Gold coin donation towards the centre otherwise a free event where rich intersections between locals and newbies, different cultures and different cooking traditions occur.

Please phone Liellie at 0437 794 410 for more information

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Zoroastrian Faith Tradition

- Community Announcement -

Hope’s cafe, Corner of Norwood Parade and Portrush Road, Norwood.
Wednesday 24 July. TIME: 5.30 for 6 pm start (sharp?)
 We usually meet until about 8/ 8.30 ish.

Speaker: Mr. Khodadad Mikhchi and Facilitator: Ben Heywood.

Zoroastrianism at a glance: Zoroastrianism is one of the world's oldest monotheistic religions. It was founded by the Prophet Zoroaster (or Zarathustra) in ancient Iran approximately 3500 years ago. For 1000 years Zoroastrianism was one of the most powerful religions in the world. It was the official religion of Persia (Iran) from 600 BCE to 650 CE.

Come and share thoughts, questions and reflections about one of the oldest faiths in the world and feel free to bring a friend!)

Meal: $10 per person, but you are welcome to add some in order to assist our chefs who are struggling to find employment. Please make contact if you are interested in catering fees as our chefs: Gula, Sooma and Zaid would be delighted to assist.

Please RSVP via email/ phone to let Liellie know by 22 July (Monday).

Gold Coin Donation will be very welcome to thank Hope’s cafe for hospitality.

Please feel free to contact Liellie via phone: 0437 794 410 or (Use '.' and '@' signs when you copy this address.)
liellie [AT] ozemail [DOT] com [DOT] au or David Winderlich, Coordinator at Hope’s Cafe (Uniting Communities) 0419 723 204

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Wilks Oration

The Effective Living Centre, Christ Church Uniting,
  26 King William Road, Wayville
Friday 26 July 2019, 7:30pm - 9:00pm

Professor Samer Akkach,
"Humanism and the Sacred - In Search of Common Ground".

Professor Akkach will talk on his life's work using image in art and architecture to challenge and celebrate our personal, cultural and religious differences as we seek a common ground for all humanity. He is the Founding Director, Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture, the University of Adelaide.

Booking is essential: trybooking.com or phone 8271 0329

For more information contact Annette Latham - 8271 0329,
or visit effectiveliving.ucasa.org.au

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Pilgrim Winter Retreat – advanced notice!

Saturday 27th July, 2019, 9.30am – 4.00pm
at Aldgate Church of Christ, 54 Strathalbyn Rd, Aldgate

‘Developing our Spiritual Disciplines’,
facilitated Rev Gary Stuckey.

“We are always in relationship with God, whether we realise it or not, but spiritual practices help us awaken to the reality of God in our lives and then to live out of that awareness.”

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Benjamin Sheen - Sunday 11 August

As part of its ongoing commitment to the finest quality sacred music, Pilgrim Uniting Church present an International Organist Series. Hosting the largest church organ in South Australia, Pilgrim has become a favourite for many organists around the world.

  • 11.00am Service
    Postlude: Finale from Widor’s 8th Symphony
  • 3.00pm Recital
    Works by Bach, Mozart, William Walton & others.

Adults $30 Concession $25 Student/U30 $10

Pre-purchase tickets: www.trybooking.com

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Regular weekly lunches at Hopes Cafe

- Community Announcement -

Wednesdays and Fridays, 12 noon
Hopes Cafe, corner of Portrush Rd and Norwood Parade, Norwood

Drop in to chat with refugees / new arrivals and members from the wider community, to assist English conversation and validation of the new arrival.

Also a great Goodies op-shop for a new outfit / make a donation.

Free /gold coin donation.

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Bible Lands Study Tour 2019-2020

- Community Announcement -

Tour inspired by the Acts of the Apostles – Turkey, Israel and optional tour to Ethiopia, Dec 2019 - Jan 2020.

The Travel Agent is currently putting together a final itinerary and costs.

As the number of those who usually indicate interest in such tours far exceeds the spaces (21) available for the tour, it would be preferable to get a sense of more definite numbers and whether interested parties need to be placed on a “waiting list”.

For more information or, if you are interested in this year’s tour, please contact Cris Henriksson Ph: 0419 865 598 or E: (Use '.' and '@' signs when you copy this address.)
blstadelaide [AT] gmail [DOT] com.

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Organ Recital Series

As part of its ongoing commitment to the finest quality sacred music, Pilgrim Uniting Church present an International Organist Series. Hosting the largest church organ in South Australia, Pilgrim has become a favourite for many organists around the world.

image This year we are thrilled to present a series of 3 concerts featuring acclaimed Australian organist David Drury, Prize-winning New York based Benjamin Sheen and Korean star Dong-il Shin.

Subscribe to all three concerts and save!

June 23 David Drury
August 11 Benjamin Sheen
September 22 Dong-Ill Shin
All recitals at 3pm

Admission (single recital):
$30 Full / $25 Concession / $10 Student/U30
Subscription (Three recitals):
$75 Full / $60 Concession / $25 Student/U30
Book Now

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Music on Flinders – Free performances - LAST GIG

Eclectic music on Monday lunchtimes, 12.30-1 pm, held in front of Pilgrim Church, out on Flinders Street. Come along and enjoy a wide range of music genres from talented performers from rock to acapella. Music includes school performers as well as seasoned veterans in the music industry and everything in between!

There is no cost, so make the most of this brilliant opportunity. Plan to leave the computer and work place for an enjoyable lunchtime break. Bring your lunch, grab a coffee from a local caf, and enjoy 30 minutes of brilliant music - a gift to workers, residents and visitors to the CBD.

Click for Music On Flinders: Facebook and Here


  • WINTER RECESS
    Music on Flinders will return in September
    WATCH THIS SPACE


An initiative of Pilgrim Uniting Church. Email: (Use '.' and '@' signs when you copy this address.)
office [AT] pilgrim [DOT] org [DOT] au

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Choral Evensong

Choral
Evensong
in recess until our next series.
Saturday 7 September - 5 pm
Saturday 12 October - 5 pm
Saturday 30 November - 5 pm

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#BringThemHere Vigil

Every Friday, 4.30 - 7 pm
Parliament House steps

Bring them here weekly vigil
  (supporting refugees
  and asylum seekers)


Each Friday, a gathering takes place on the steps of Parliament House, North Terrace, from 4.30-7pm to raise awareness of the plight of refugees and asylum seekers, particularly those on Manus and Nauru.

Participants come from church and community groups. The organisers encourage you to ‘come when you can, leave when you must’. Feel free to bring banners and battery operated candles.

Like the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/bringthemherevigil/

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Act for Peace: Rohingya Crisis Appeal

- Community Announcement -

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya families need your help.

Family homes, neighbourhoods and entire villages have been torched to the ground. People are being killed as they desperately try to flee for safety. Already, more than 400,000 people are estimated to have crossed the border in Bangladesh seeking refuge from the violence. With the number of people seeking sanctuary in Bangladesh set to increase to over 500,000 over the coming days, your support is URGENTLY needed.

Show the Rohingya people that you care. Donate today www.actforpeace.org.au

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Act for Peace - Urgent Appeal

- Community Announcement -

Famine in East Africa continues to worsen. Babies and children are dying of starvation every day. All agencies are finding that each day more and more people need basic food to feed their children. Already many of them go without themselves in an effort to just feed their children. A doctor in one of the hospitals has predicted that unless help arrives NOW a whole generation may be lost.


Visit www.actforpeace.org.au to make a donation and hear more stories.

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OP Shop at Scots Church Adelaide

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Goodies 2U is a new op shop located on Level 1 at Scots Church Adelaide (237 North Terrace Adelaide).

It is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10am - 4pm.

Donations for Goodies 2U and Goodies Op Shop will only be received at Clayton Wesley Uniting Church (entry to Goodies is from Union Street, Beulah Park).

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Oasis in a Busy Week

Tuesday morning 8am and Thursday afternoon 12.15pm services – come along and bring your friends. Each service is a wonderful oasis in a busy week, and a great opportunity for those living and working in the city.

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Events of Interest


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  1. Free Lunchtime Recitals at Pilgrim

  2. SALA Exhibition 2019
    22 July - 18 August 2019

  3. Public Lecture: Decolonising Multilingualism
    22 July 2019, 6.30-8.30 pm

  4. Multi-cultural lunch on Tuesday 23 July
    Multi-cultural lunch on Tuesday 23 July :

  5. Zoroastrian Faith Tradition
    Wednesday 24 July. TIME: 5.30 for 6 pm start (sharp?)

  6. Wilks Oration
    Friday 26 July 2019, 7:30pm - 9:00pm

  7. Pilgrim Winter Retreat – advanced notice!
    Saturday 27th July, 2019, 9.30am – 4.00pm

  8. Benjamin Sheen - Sunday 11 August

  9. Regular weekly lunches at Hopes Cafe

  10. Bible Lands Study Tour 2019-2020

  11. Organ Recital Series
    June 23 David Drury

  12. Music on Flinders – Free performances - LAST GIG
    Monday May 20th, 12.30 - 1 pm

  13. Choral Evensong
    Saturday 11 May, 5 pm

  14. #BringThemHere Vigil

  15. Act for Peace: Rohingya Crisis Appeal

  16. Act for Peace - Urgent Appeal

  17. OP Shop at Scots Church Adelaide

  18. Oasis in a Busy Week














































Events of Interest – Disclaimers


The events posted on this page include Community Announcements of events that will be neither held at Pilgrim nor sponsored by Pilgrim Uniting Church. Such events as posted may be of interest to Pilgrim members but are not necessarily supported by Pilgrim Uniting Church and are placed solely as a community service.

Pilgrim Uniting Church also hosts a number of groups who have information about their activities posted here and on other Pilgrim Uniting Church webpages. Any views expressed or implied on their pages are not necessarily those of Pilgrim Uniting Church.

The Pilgrim website disclaimer can be read here . . .

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