Professor John Swinton, from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, discusses Theology and Disability in a free public lecture.

Towards a Practical Theology of Disability

Start Date Tuesday, 24 June 2014, 06:00 pm
End Date Tuesday, 24 June 2014, 08:00 pm
Description

Towards a Practical TheologyProfessor John Swinton, from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, discusses Theology and Disability in a free public lecture.

Disability issues are gaining traction in Canberra through the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Join Professor Swinton as he challenges churches to re-think their understanding of disability. John Swinton is an international expert in this area with over 17 years of experience in mental health nursing and chaplaincy. He speaks from the heart in a practical yet thought-provoking way about disability, spirituality and human well-being.

There will be ample Q&A and discussion time after the lecture and supper will also be served.

For more information, download the flyer Time, Hospitality and Belonging: Towards a Practical Theology of Disability (PDF, 1019KB)

Location Broken Bay Institute, Pennant Hills, NSW
Contact Nina Elliott T: +61 2 9847 0030.
RSVP Friday. 20 June 2014