Prayers for a peace park in Moruya were answered when work continued on the site recently.
The development is on the grounds of St John’s Anglican Church in Moruya, where the construction of a labyrinth is in its early stages.
SAGE (Sustainable Agriculture and Gardening Eurobodalla) founder, Steve Whitelaw and Moruya Rotary’s Rob Richmond donned their work gear and got busy on the site during the week.
The project has been coordinated by a committee that brought together Mr Whitelaw and Mr Richmond with Community Voice Eurobodalla’s Anthony Mayne, Reverend Linda Chapman, the late Georgina Parsons (also known as Aunty Coope) and other members of the community.
The Moruya Peace Park Facebook page states the site will serve as “a place for all to come and spend awhile in reflection, meditation and play”.
A peace talk will be held on Saturday, September 17, at 3pm at Grumpy and Sweethearts cafe in Mogo to raise funds for the park.
The event will feature a discussion hosted by Dr Stephen Pickard of the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture and Charles Sturt University, Canberra.
For more details contact Linda on 4471 7208.