Join us for a special women’s event to hear about the power and work of forgiveness. 

“Humans are made for relationship and one of the most tragic things is when those relationships breakdown. The reasons can be complex. Forgiveness is essential for relationships to be set back on track but of course that doesn’t mean it’s easy. The Bible guides and enables us with the tools and wisdom we need in this sometimes very difficult and fraught area.”
– Kara Hartley

This March, we have a special opportunity to gather with other women and hear from guest speaker Kara Hartley. Forgiveness is a topic that’s central to the Christian faith, but can also be something we struggle deeply with, either receiving or giving. Kara will guide us in some practical teaching on what forgiveness actually is, and how it plays out in everyday life.

We’ll begin our morning with a delicious catered breakfast, and will have time for discussion and to meet some of our Menai women.

8.30-11.30am, Sat 6th March

Menai Anglican Church
Broughton Pl, Barden Ridge

$20 per person, breakfast included

Numbers are limited; please register by Friday, 26th February.
COVID safety measures will be in place.

Register

If you have any questions, please contact the church office on 9541 0990 or email office@menaianglican.org.

Kara Hartley is the Archdeacon for Women’s Ministry in the Sydney Diocese.

She is involved with teaching the Bible to women at events, conferences and retreats; meeting with and supporting women in ministry as well as recruitment and training women for ministry.

Kara is married to Brett and they live in the southern suburbs of Sydney. She attends St John’s at Sutherland.