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Eco Spirituality: A Mercy Response


Wed 13 Aug 2014, 7:00pm–8:30pm

Where: The Peace Place - Aiotanga, 22 Emily Place, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: thepeaceplacenz

This month's Eco-Spirituality Talk at the Peace Place is entitled Eco Spirituality: a Mercy Response.

Manaaki whenua. Manaaki tangata. Haere whakamua.
Care for the land. Care for the people. Go forward.

Sisters of Mercy Teresa Anderson, Bridget Crisp & Rosemary Revell will deliver a talk that:
-shares the vision and mission of the Papatuanuku ki Taurangi Earth Promise Centre;
-reflects on the Centre within the wider context of Mercy;
and looks at the Centre in the light of Catholic social teaching.

Cost: Koha.

To register please call or email

How do I get to the Peace Place?
By train
The Peace Place is a short walk from Britomart Transport Centre (8/10 Queen St, Auckland 1010).
By bus
A number of buses stop close to us at 2 Anzac Ave (it is a three minute walk from there to 22 Emily Place).
By ferry (from Waiheke or the North Shore)
It is a ten minute walk from the Auckland Ferry Terminal to 22 Emily Place.
By car
There is no free or reserved parking at The Peace Place.

There are a small number of metered car parks on the street (charges of $3 per hour for the first two hour & then $6 for each additional hour from Monday to Friday and of $1 per hour on Saturdays apply from 8am to 6pm) but these fill up fast and are usually not available at peak times.

The following car-parks are close by:
- Tournament Parking Lumley Centre ‎ at 65 Fort Street (a two minute walk).
- The Britomart Car Park at 88 Quay Street (a six minute walk).
- Wilson Car Park – 53-73 Anzac Ave (a five minute walk).
- Wilson Car Park Cnr Short St and Eden Cres (a two minute walk).
If you are up for a slightly longer walk the Downtown & Victoria Street Car Parks are both 10 minutes walk away.

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