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Over 400 people attended this, the 16th annual Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast, held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart. Read Stephen Baxter's insightful framing statement.
A check on your own attitudes and responses to the world. How can you and your church better engage with the young people in your community? Who is that "Man in the Mirror"?
We are here because of God’s grace.
It’s through God’s love and grace that we acknowledge the first nations peoples on whose land we meet.
We acknowledge their care for country, land, oceans and waters.
We acknowledge elders past, present and future.
We acknowledge past injustices.
And we acknowledge the need through Jesus and with Jesus to work towards conciliation.
Tasmanian Baptists’ acknowledgment of country is written by Paul Dare, a “proud” indigenous Lia Pootah man.
Paul was born in Wynyard and grew up in Myalla. He has been an electronics technician, aerospace engineer, army officer and pastor. He retired in 2019, and currently oversees the Levendale Baptist Community with the backing of Citywide Baptist. Paul is also a member of the Tasmanian Baptist Council.
Read about the momentous Welcome to Country at the 2021 May Assembly