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Dr Cecily Jensen-Clayton – an afternoon of reflection on Australian mystical poetry, at the Women’s Theological Circle 2-4 pm on Friday 15 November

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Dr Cecily Jensen-Clayton will lead an afternoon of reflection on Australian mystical poetry, and our own sensory experiences and moments of Divine Encounter in everyday life. Some theory around writing poetry and sensory levels of being will support this snapshot experience of Australian mystical poetry and writing ourselves as poets and mystics.

To find out a little more about Cecily’s work, go to http://usq.academia.edu/CecilyJensenClaytonPhD/CurriculumVitae

We will begin in the church with a brief presentation, then move to the meeting room for afternoon tea and an interactive workshop experience.

Please bring your preferred method of journalling, if you have one (e.g. notebook and pens; phone app; camera). Pens and paper will be available.

See you at Indooroopilly Uniting Church, 74 Station Road; 2-4 pm on Friday 15 November. Afternoon tea is provided. A donation of $5 is requested to cover expenses.

What a great way to finish the WTC year! Please feel free to pass on this invitation to anyone who may be interested.

Grace and peace,
Lyn Burden (Rev.)
Minister
Indooroopilly Uniting Church

Anita Monro (Rev. Dr)
Principal
Grace College

Elizabeth Nolan (Rev. Dr)
Minister
St Lucia Uniting Church


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