The second in the series of these art installations was developed by wood and stone carver Graham Wilson, whose work ‘Awabakal’ was installed along the front wall of the liturgical space. It provided a vast panorama of the wild heath coast line of the local region.
In this week of prayer intent on reconciliation, here is the Prayer of Jesus (“Lord’s Prayer,” “Our Father”) voiced by a Ngarrindjeri elder. Following after that are resources for worship that with or in support of First Peoples acknowledges the legacy of invasion, prepared by the worship working group of the Uniting Church in Australia.
TEXTS FOR PRAYER AND LITURGICAL DIALOGUE: https://assembly.uca.org.au/images/stories/Theology_Discipleship/MSWord/Liturgical-Resources-suitable-for-worship-and-prayer-Reconciliation-Sunday-3.doc
See further: https://assembly.uca.org.au/cudw/worship-resources-and-publications/item/861-prayers-liturgies and many materials well collated here: http://sa.uca.org.au/covenanting/c-resources/
(Image: Kukula MacDonald, BindiArt—find more information at http://bindiart.com.au/artists/kukula-mcdonald/ Photo: Stephen Burns).