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Urban Life Together: Inhabiting our neighbourhoods


A Forum hosted by Urban Seed’s New Urban Studies Centre 

Come and join with some remarkable activists, thinkers and leaders. Help discern how to see deeper and sustainable transformation of our urban places and people. Be part of a publication that will share insights from the forum with the world.

Friday, October 17
Arrow on Swanston, 488 Swanston Street, Carlton South

9:00am–5:00pm Main sessions, papers, story telling, Skype interviews, worship and connections. 7:30pm–9:30pm Free Public Open Night includes launch of Urban Seed’s new Urban Studies Centre with Brendan Nottle (Melbournian of the year) and launch of Ash Barkers new book Risky Compassion.

Saturday, October 18
Collins Street Baptist Church, Collins Street, Melbourne

9:00am–5:00pm Main sessions, papers, story telling, Skype interviews, worship and connections.
Main sessions from Melbourne based activist-thinkers including: Tony and Francine Riches (Melbourne Indigenous Church), Tim Goh (Life Expedition church/Arrow), Anji Barker (formerly UNOH, now Oasis UK) and David Wilson (Urban Seed).

Live Skype interviews with internationals including: Brian McLaren (author of We Make the Road by Walking), Paul Sparks (co-author of The New Parish), Jill Row and Steve Chalke (leaders of Oasis).

Practitioner-thinkers are invited to share papers, case studies and stories that can be included in a book to be published from the conference.

Cost: Waged: $100, Unwaged: $50
Please book on Eventbrite.

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Earlier Event: July 27
Run Melbourne