16 Sep

Restore: The Way of Beauty

Ever been captivated by the beauty of the man made world?
Ever been so mesmerised by a building that you couldn’t look away?
Ever walked inside and had your breath taken away?

The church as a place of liturgy points us towards that which our hearts were made for: the love of God. Yet today in our secular world, other ‘places’ have been erected that compete for our affections, and lure us with promises to satisfy our desires. How do buildings like the Sydney Opera House do this, and why should this concern us?

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6:30pm Live music starts
7:00pm Talk starts, followed by Q&A

EAT & DRINK:
The Two Wolves’ extensive menu of Mexican delights is available here: https://thetwowolves.com.au/eat-drink/
Featuring: Monday Night Specials!
More meal deals available!

All proceeds from food and drink purchases go to the community-building and development work done overseas by The Cardoner Project.

COMMUNE:
The Culture Project is a missionary movement of young people setting out to restore our culture to one where every single person is seen as someone to be loved – never an object to be used. Our wider young adult community comes together once a month to share life and receive formation in one area of restoring our culture.

See you there!

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KAMILA SOH is a masters student, research assistant and tutor in architectural history at the University of New South Wales. She is particularly interested in the way that the built environment influences us through implicit assumptions of the human person, and what constitutes a good life. She also likes baby goats.

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