In God’s name, we declared our commitment to join with all Australians who are seeking reconciled relationships, respect and trust between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the wider Australian community.

At St Michael’s North Carlton we begin all events and worship services with an acknowledgement that the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation are the traditional custodians of the land on which we gather. We pay our respects to all Indigenous communities of this land; their kinship, culture and elders past, present and emerging, and commit to walking with them in an ongoing journey of reconciliation.

Our journey of listening, learning, and action continues, having begun formally in 2017, in a variety of ways. Contact for more information and see our journey below.

Parish Council is responsible for an active oversight of our reconciliation action planning, encouraging the whole church to carry out the commitment made.

Our commitment expresses itself in a such actions as special services, events, pop-up groups, education, and partnerships with aboriginal people and organisations led by indigenous leaders.

Explore the links below to see what this commitment looks like at St Michael’s.

About our Reconciliation Action journey

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