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Living Water, Thirsty Land – Photo Call

Do you have a keen eye and a passion for photography?

As part of the Assembly meeting in 2009, you are invited to explore the theme – Living Water, Thirsty Land – through photographic images.

You are invited to submit digital photographs that you, your friends or your congregation have taken, for use before, during and after the Assembly meeting.

How do you interpret the theme, Living Water, Thirsty Land? How do you see this theme being played out in the world around you?

The photographs will represent the breadth of the biblical use of the metaphor of water, as: a symbol of the Holy Spirit; the living water which Christ gives; the waters of baptism; the rivers of justice; and refreshment beside still waters.

The images will also reflect different types of thirst and dryness being experienced in Australia: spiritual, emotional, physical and environmental.

Images will be chosen from the entries received from across the Uniting Church in Australia. They will be collated and used during the Assembly meeting and also put up as an online photo gallery on the Assembly 2009 website.

Please email your images to: pennym@nat.uca.org.au. Images should be unedited and in their original size. If they are too large to email, you may use a site called yousendit.com that allows free upload of large files (up to 2 gig). Multiple entries should be zipped before sending.

Please include details of the photographer and permission to use the images for the 12th Assembly. Closing date Friday 10 April 2009.

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