The Rev'd Di Langham | Dialogue in Practice: An Aboriginal Perspective | #AbundantJustice18
"We need to start growing this Aboriginal Spirituality here.. Owning our Church.. It's 100,000 years old. This Spirituality is not 2000 years old. And it’s not coming from the West to here. It’s already here, and has been..."
Di Langham’s tradition is Boandik (South Australian Mount Gambier). She has lived most of her life in Darkinjung and Wanaruah lands in the Hunter and Central Coast.
She comes from a teaching background and is an Anglican priest and chaplain at Cessnock Correctional Centre. Di is a Seasons for Growth facilitator and also for reflection times on loss and grief for inmates and community.