As the first non-Anglo-Celtic Church in Australia, this presentation will detail the 130 year history of St Michael’s Melkite Catholic Cathedral, starting with our ecclesiastical presence from its early beginnings in the late 19th century up to the present day. As a rich sanctuary of the Byzantine liturgical tradition that welcomed thousands of immigrants from Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, and the Levant, my own family’s migratory experience, like many others, was built on the foundation of this Cathedral. Presented by Jack Bettar.
Sunday 11 September | 2PM-4PM
St Michael’s Cathedral & Hall
25 Golden Grove Street, Darlington, NSW
$25 for members | $30 for guests including afternoon tea
By cheque: please make it payable to the Australian Lebanese Historical
Society Inc. & send it to: PO BOX 342 COOGEE NSW 2134
By EFT to Account No: 134813 BSB No: 032 152.
Please provide your full name & number of guests when you pay