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June 17 @ 7:00 pm - 9:15 pm
A Sense of Belonging
Imagine starting everything all over. Not knowing how things worked. Not knowing where to go for help. Learning a new language. Looking for work to support your family. On top of dealing with the trauma that brought you to Australia in the first place.
This is the situation many refugees experience when they are newly arrived into Australia. There are many things a community can do to love refugees and give them a ‘sense of belonging’. Our Community Care event will aim to open our hearts to the opportunity for love, kindness and care.
On the night, we’ll:
- watch a short documentary about the experience of being displaced,
- hear a Syrian Refugee family about the first years of living in Australia.
- listen to Manoj Chacko, Senior Minister of South Liverpool Anglican Church about the work their church is doing for refugees
- hear from the City of Ryde about local initiatives we can participate in.
When: Monday 17 June, 7:00- 9:15pm
Where: Christ Church in Gladesville (4 Jordan St Gladesville)
Cost: Free (includes soup and bread from The Bread and Butter Project)
Please RSVP by 13 June so we can cater.
Come, listen and learn how we can give refugees a sense of belonging in Australia.
The Bread and Butter Project
The Bread & Butter Project is an artisan bakery delivering handmade bread to the food lovers of Sydney. Our traditionally crafted loaves made from the highest quality ingredients are the perfect combination of flavour, crust and crumb. As Australia’s first social enterprise bakery, 100% of our profits are reinvested into baker training and employment pathways for refugees and asylum seekers.
Find out more at: http://www.thebreadandbutterproject.com/