Review of Pledge and Prayer

This consultation has concluded.

Your Say Charles SturtHave your say on the pledge and prayer review!

We are seeking community feedback in the review of the prayer and pledge which is recited at the opening of Council meetings. Your thoughts are important and we look forward to your advice and feedback.

You can have your say by

You can also provide feedback at the pledge/prayer display appearing at the consultation event being held at Council on 19 February from 6-7.30pm.

Consultation has been extended to the 22 March.

Current Pledge and Prayer

“Almighty Father from Whom all goodness flows, grant unto us qualities of wisdom, justice and tolerance, that we the civic leaders of this community may govern in harmony and concord. This we ask in Thy name. Amen. We also remember and give thanks for those, our sons and daughters, who gave their lives for Australia. Lest we forget.

We acknowledge that the land we meet on today is the traditional land of the Kaurna People. We respect their spiritual relationship with this land. We also acknowledge the Kaurna people as traditional custodians of the Kaurna land. We will endeavour, as Council, to act in a way that respects Kaurna heritage and the cultural beliefs of the Kaurna people."

Its time to have your say!

Your Say Charles SturtHave your say on the pledge and prayer review!

We are seeking community feedback in the review of the prayer and pledge which is recited at the opening of Council meetings. Your thoughts are important and we look forward to your advice and feedback.

You can have your say by

You can also provide feedback at the pledge/prayer display appearing at the consultation event being held at Council on 19 February from 6-7.30pm.

Consultation has been extended to the 22 March.

Current Pledge and Prayer

“Almighty Father from Whom all goodness flows, grant unto us qualities of wisdom, justice and tolerance, that we the civic leaders of this community may govern in harmony and concord. This we ask in Thy name. Amen. We also remember and give thanks for those, our sons and daughters, who gave their lives for Australia. Lest we forget.

We acknowledge that the land we meet on today is the traditional land of the Kaurna People. We respect their spiritual relationship with this land. We also acknowledge the Kaurna people as traditional custodians of the Kaurna land. We will endeavour, as Council, to act in a way that respects Kaurna heritage and the cultural beliefs of the Kaurna people."

Its time to have your say!

Discussion Forum

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    Should Council maintain the current pledge / prayer?

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    by Your Say Charles Sturt 12 Feb 2013, 04:44 AM 382 views
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    What do you think should be included in a pledge to the community?

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    by Your Say Charles Sturt 12 Feb 2013, 04:20 AM 125 views
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    Any other thoughts or suggestions?

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    by Your Say Charles Sturt 12 Feb 2013, 04:21 AM 76 views