I am writing to invite you to our Second Pastoral Planning Plenary Session on Saturday 18 September (10am-2.30pm) at Saint Patrick's College Campbelltown (4 St John's Road, Campbelltown).
Our Working Groups (with the assistance of Reference Groups) have been working hard over the past three weeks developing actions for the draft goals that emerged out of our First Plenary Session in June.
The purpose of the Second Plenary Session is to come together again as a Diocese and consider the draft actions of the Working Groups, prioritise them and propose additional actions if necessary. Therefore, we want as many people to participate as possible!
We will provide you with preliminary information on the draft actions before the Second Plenary Session via Journey Magazine which is due out mid September, so look out for that.
In addition to the information in the invitation flyer (below and attached), please note the following:
- RSVP IS ESSENTIAL for catering purposes. Morning Tea and Lunch will be provided with vegetarian options. You can RSVP by replying to this email.
- We will provide crèche facilities if there is a demand. Please let us know if you require crèche facilities in the RSVP.
- The venue (Saint Patrick's College Hall) has disabled access.
- AUSLAN interpreters for the deaf community will be provided on the day. Please advise in your RSVP if you require this service.
- If you require help with transport to and from the event, please let us know when you RSVP, and we may be able to assist in connecting you with people in your community that will be attending. I will advise in a later email in relation to parking facilities.
Please forward this invitation to anyone that you think would be interested in attending and please continue to pray for our Diocese as we journey ahead. I look forward to seeing you at the Plenary Session.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via this email or Jane Edwards on 4253 0899. I can also be contacted on 4253 0902.
Coordinator of Pastoral Planning
Diocese of Wollongong