Regos open: 2016 Good Samaritan Partnership Gathering

partnership-logo-with-sgs-2016A gathering of people who work in partnership with the Sisters of the Good Samaritan will be held in Sydney in early October 2016.

The fourth Good Samaritan Partnership Gathering, to be held in Sydney from October 1-3, 2016, will bring together Good Samaritan Sisters, oblates and associates, partners in ministry and staff from schools in the Good Samaritan tradition, and friends from around Australia and the Pacific, to deepen their understanding and experience of partnership in the Good Samaritan Benedictine tradition.

Elaine Wainwright RSM

Elaine Wainwright RSM

The three-day program (soon to be finalised) will include a variety of experiences, including keynote addresses, personal reflection, table conversations, plenary discussion and small group workshops that enable participants to explore partnership from a theological, spiritual, Good Samaritan Benedictine perspective.

The days will engage participants in a rhythm of prayer, hospitality and community in the Good Samaritan tradition.

Keynote speakers for the fourth Good Samaritan Partnership Gathering will include New Testament scholar Elaine Wainwright RSM and Good Samaritan Oblate Marie Milne.

DATE: October 1-3, 2016

VENUE: St Scholastica’s College, 2-4 Avenue Road Glebe, NSW.

Marie Milne

Marie Milne

COST: A registration fee of $240 includes all sessions, workshops and meals. For accommodation options download the flyer.

REGISTRATIONS CLOSE: August 31, 2016, but early registrations will be appreciated.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are unable to attend the entire gathering, sessional registrations will be accepted. The program for the Partnership Gathering, including workshop information, will be available when finalised.

For more information, please contact Tricia on Ph: (07) 3267 3662 or E:


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One Response to “Regos open: 2016 Good Samaritan Partnership Gathering”

  1. Sister Phyllils Ann SMS says:

    Is there a convent (covenent) in the US ???

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