Do you have any strong memories about cooking?
Thursday next week (August 6) we’ll be having a workshop on the significance of cooking in everyday life and at the Indigenous Hospitality House.
You can join us for dinner at 7:00pm. The workshop will go from 7:30pm until 9:00pm.
RSVP: house@ihh.org.au / (03) 9687 7557
1/907 Drummond Street, Carlton North

On Thursday nights during Term 3 at the Indigenous Hospitality House we’ll be hosting some workshops on everyday hospitality and some Bible studies of the book of Lamentations. We are currently looking for one or two more residents to come and live at the IHH, so that we can return to hosting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families who have hospital business in Melbourne.
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Ordinary Time
A series of Thursday night workshops exploring the deeper significance of some of the ordinary, everyday activities that we do at the IHH in order to make space for the Other.
Thursday August 6 – Cooking
Thursday August 27 – CleaningThursday
September 10 – Making Tea
You can join us for dinner at 7:00pm. The workshops will go from 7:30pm until 9:00pm.
RSVP: house@ihh.org.au / (03) 9687 7557
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Bible Study: Lamentations
In this bible study we will seek to make connections between the story of the nation of Israel told in Lamentations and our own national story. We will look to see whether this book may help us to address our shared histories of displacement and endeavour to distill how we might move forward as a nation in light of the biblical example.
Thursday August 13
Thursday August 20
Thursday September 3
Thursday September 17
Thursday September 24
You can join us for dinner at 7:00pm. The bible studies will go from 7:30pm until 9:00pm.
RSVP: house@ihh.org.au / (03) 9687 7557
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Become a resident volunteer at IHH
The IHH is currently looking for residents, so that we can return to hosting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families when they come to Melbourne for hospital. Residents cover one day shift and two evening shifts each week, as well as participating in some extra meetings and activities.
If you’re interested in becoming a resident or finding out more, give us a call on (03) 9687 7557 or send us an email: house@ihh.org.au

Cities are ordinary places where conflicting stories collide. Tomorrow morning I am kicking off a new city tour in Melbourne CBD, called Bunjil, Babylon and Batman. This walk looks at what we do with conflicting stories. We’ll be looking at our ancient and contemporary creation stories as well as stories of the origins of our cities.