A LENTEN MINI-CAMINO
with Min Wullems, Cecilia and David Formby
Do something positive for Lent, rather than just giving something up!
Join us for a series of reflective Lenten mini-Caminos (Spanish for “The Way”) through the Mt Coot-tha bushland. The Caminos will follow a series of images that were created by artist Lyndsay Farrell, which relate to the way of the Cross, as walked by Jesus in the scriptures.
Each image illustrates a station of the Cross, pondering Jesus’ Passion, as it resonates with a specific place in the Mt Coot-tha bushland.
Mt Coot-tha, the ‘place of the honey bee dreaming,’ holds stories that are from the sacred dreaming of the First Nations people, the Camino seeks to respect those stories and their land on which we walk.
Local artist Lyndsay Farrell created this reflective Camino in 2018 for all to share. Lindsay Farrell was an artist and teacher. He had been inspired as he walked and painted Camino pilgrim paths in Spain, Italy, France and Australia. Lindsay had walked and painted pictures inspired by Camino walks in Brisbane City, Rocks River Park and Mt Coot-tha. After a courageous battle with cancer, Lindsay passed away on 11 July 2020 at 67 years of age.
When: 7 am each Saturday in Lent 2022 – join us any week or all weeks!
Dates: 12 March, 19 March, 26 March, 2 April, 9 April and 16 April
Meet: Faber Centre, 111 Sir Samuel Griffith Drive, Bardon Qld
This retreat is free of charge. You are also invited to contribute financially towards the ongoing work of our not-for-profit ministry, when registering. We are grateful for your generosity, which enables us to continue sharing the transformative experiences of Ignatian Spirituality.
We also have a duty of care to all others attending our programs and visiting our sites. We welcome those who are in good health who have received both COVID-19 vaccinations. We must sight your Australian government issued COVID-19 vaccination certificate.