Walking on land that speaks

Leprena UAICC Tasmania led a Walk on Country in February, sharing the stories of the First Peoples of Lutruwita (Tasmania) and their connction to land. Leprena Centre Manager Alison Overeem led a group of about 20 people, including UCA President Dr Deidre Palmer. The walk began at Fanny Cochrane Smith’s church in Nicholls Rivulet, south of […]

Chosen by God

By Siosi Tangi Walking on Country Before NYALC 20 young adults where given the privilege to walk alongside the President of the Uniting Church Dr Deidre Palmer and journey on Ngarrindjeri Country and to the community of Raukkan on the cliffs overlooking Lake Alexandria. Raukkan means “meeting place” in the Ngarrindjeri language – it was […]

Like Sun Rays over Water

Joy Han has written a reflection on her experience of Walking on Ngarrindjeri Country in the lead up to the National Young Adult Leaders Conference. She has written it in the form of a letter to a friend, Sarah, who she addresses as Ŏnni, a Korean kinship term for another woman in the same peer group […]