Quarterly talks providing information & open discussion on matters of community concern
Next Session –
50 years after Dr George Duncan’s death: is the Rainbow community embraced?
Wednesday 08 February 2023 at 7:30 pm
It is 50 years since the death of Dr George Duncan. This session will ask the question, ‘What progress has been made in embracing the Rainbow community?’ The first speaker, Will Sergeant, is a noted historian of the Adelaide queer community; he also performs regularly as Dr Gertrude Glossip. Mr Sergeant will address the question from the societal perspective. The second speaker is Ms Meriel Wilson, retired manager in health care, a member of the Rainbow community and the People’s Warden at St Chad’s Anglican Church. Ms Wilson will consider the church’s ‘underwhelming’ performance on this matter. The talks will total around forty-five minutes, followed by an opportunity for audience questions and brief comments, moderated by the Chair to ensure open and respectful discussion.
Links to various resources providing useful information on the topic can be found via Dropbox here: http://bit.ly/3GyP4Wc (You do not need a Dropbox account to view these.)
While hosted by St Chad’s Anglican Church, speakers are selected for their experience and / or expertise, not to represent the position of the Anglican Church in Australia.
Location St Chad’s Anglican Church, 14 Cheltenham Street, Highgate
Date & Time Wednesday 8th February 2023 at 7:30 pm
Doors open at 7 pm. Please be seated well before 7:30 pm.
Registration is optional. Click ‘Attend’ for the event, and optionally indicate if you will be bringing guests.
Cost Entry is by gold coin donation (but please book via the Meetup link above).
Email: [email protected]
Post: Chad’s Forum Organising Committee, PO Box 306, HIGHGATE SA 5063