Like to get a head's up on what is in store through the lectionary in 2016?
St Mark's at Buderim is hosting Luke: A Hitchhiker's Guide, a one day seminar on Saturday 13 February 2016 with the Revd Dr Alan Cadwallader. It's a 9.30am to 4.30pm affair.
Here's the blurb from the parish: On an amble on a familiar track, two bods have a chat about Jesus, finishing the day with a hearty meal. In brief, this captures the essence of the gospel for the coming liturgical year. No wonder the ancient picture for Luke’s Gospel was simply a person — Luke is one of the most human texts of the church, celebrating friendship, food and travel. For the “Lonely Planet” guide to Luke’s Gospel — where to eat, where to go and who to go with — come along to the day of exploration at St Mark’s on Saturday February 13th. Alan Cadwallader will be joining us again. Bring food, bring a map, bring a friend!
Tickets cost $50.00 / $40.00 and are available at www.trybooking.com/JPKF or through the Parish Office (5445 2060) or you can download a form here. Morning and afternoon tea will be provided – BYO lunch.
The Rev’d Dr Alan Cadwallader teaches New Testament at the Australian Catholic University in Canberra. He writes and speaks regularly on issues of social justice, spirituality and Christian belief. He is married and finds frequent delight and new ideas in the surprises four growing children bring to family life.
He is the author of many articles on topics as diverse as, Atheism as a Christian Responsibility, and When a Woman is a Dog: Ancient and Modern Ethology meet the Syrophoenician Women. He is the author of Jesus in Paul, published by St Paul’s Publishing.