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Friday 29 June
Sharing land and water

Read Genesis 26:12–33
He [Isaac] moved from there and dug another well, and they did not quarrel over it; so he called it Rehoboth, saying, ‘Now the Lord has made room for us, and we shall be fruitful in the land.’ (verse 22)

Land and water are both as vital to agrarian and nomadic life as to modern urban life, but it is the urban dwellers who forget most easily as needs are met at the turn of a tap. History and geographical boundaries have been determined by land and water, and they are our concern into the future. Land and water are vital to the story of all creation, integral to the inspiration of art, poetry and music, and as influential to our inner lives as they are necessary to our survival.

Land and water: God’s gifts. Though we know that quarrelling over land and water is inevitable, in our reading today we see the presence of a well as a space-creating gift for security, peace, blessing and flourishing. God’s gifts: we so easily call his gifts ‘ours’ and change the meaning of gift to fighting, curse and destruction. Not only that, but our systems create and hold high those who have the power of land and water whilst the majority dwell on the margins unremembered and disempowered by our meaning of poverty.

.Technological advance has bridged much of what land and water divided in recent history. Knowing face-to-face how others live out their need and desire for land and water, for daily bread and flourishing, has benefited all. Once you’ve lived and befriended those on the margins, wherever you settle on the other side of the bridge, life connects together differently. Land and water come together.

Lord of land and water, may we all hear and see the room and the flourishing you intend for all. Amen








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All fees include the use of the room, podium, microphone, audio – visual equipment, set - up and clean – up. There is an extra charge for the use of the Cafeteria.

Conference Room & Cafeteria

  • Conference Room - 5 - 150 ppl      
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    • Full – day - $400
  • Cafeteria – 5 – 150 ppl                    
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    • Full – day - $200
  • Wedding – 5 – 150 ppl                    
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  • Reunion photo    -     $150.00
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