To Walk Alongside

Sharing stories, challenges, dreams and opportunities – an exploration of Australians combating adversity together.


Date: Thursday 29th November, 2018

Time: 7:30pm-9:30pm (no interval) 

Location: Plenary, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

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FREE EVENT - Registration essential

 

Wherever there is hardship or injustice... What does this look like in 21st century Australia? What are the implications for The Salvation Army and those we work alongside?

Thursday evening’s session of Still Others features a discussion panel, a response from The Salvation Army’s World Leader, General Brian Peddle, and a challenge to Salvationists and friends from our  National Commander, Commissioner Floyd Tidd.

The panel conversation will provide an opportunity to explore some of the many ways Australians experience hardship and injustice. Our guest panellists will share wisdom from their own community and sphere of influence, highlighting the places in which they seek to battle adversity.

How can we, The Salvation Army, better partner with Australians everywhere? We desire to see collaborative partnerships that stir up hope and make a real difference in our society, and this session seeks to explore real ways of pursuing this ideal. Join us for this discussion and consider our collective and personal investment in a better future.

Ticketing Information

One ticket per person required for entry. Limit of 10 tickets per booking. Please be mindful not to reserve tickets that you won’t use. Tickets cannot be returned or cancelled if unused.

Children under the age of 16 must be under the supervision of a responsible adult (18 years of age or older) at all times.

Photography and video recording is not permitted at this event.