Listen to the Heart, Say ‘Yes’ to Voice
AboutA new large-scale banner on the South-West spire of St Paul’s Cathedral Melbourne calls on Australians to say ‘yes’ to the Voice to Parliament. After ten years the Cathedral has replaced its iconic ‘Let’s Fully Welcome Refugees’ banner, and created a new banner in partnership with the Brotherhood of St Laurence. Two First Nations Senior Leaders of the Cathedral designed the banner: Wiradjuri man and artist The Revd Canon Uncle Glenn Loughrey and Ngarrindjeri woman The Revd Canon Helen Dwyer.
The new banner will be launched on Saturday, 29 July at 11.30am in the presence of the National Aboriginal Bishop, The Rt Revd Chris McLoud (Adelaide), Chair of the National Aboriginal and Tores Strait Islander Anglican Congress, The Revd Canon Uncle Glenn Loughrey, representatives of the Anglican Deans of Australia, the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne’s Reconciliation Working Group, the Cathedral Chapter, and the Brotherhood of St Laurence. All are welcome.
St Paul's Cathedral
Cnr Flinders and Swanston Streets, Melbourne VIC 3000