Christina Gibb's speaking tour
Christina Gibb, a Quaker from Dunedin, was in Hebron with Christian Peacemakers Teams (CPT) for three months late last year. Starting on Thursday, 2 March, she will be travelling to some North Island cities and will be speaking about her time in Hebron and about CPT's work in Palestine and Iraq - below are the confirmed details of her speaking schedule, further updates to the schedule will be added as they become available.
If you are not able to get to one of Christina's public meetings, her excellent articles, with photos, about her time in Hebron are available on this web page; media coverage of her speaking tour will be added there.
Regularly updated information on the four Christian Peacemakers - Harmeet Sooden, Jim Loney, Norman Kember, and Tom Fox - who were abducted in Baghdad last November, and the opportunity to send them a message of support, is available on this web page - currently the most frequently updated section of the web page is 'Links to overseas statements'.
Christina's speaking schedule
- all are open to the public and will be talks illustrated with slides, followed by discussion on Christian Peacemaking Teams in Palestine and Iraq.
~ Thursday 2 March - 1pm to 3pm at Maclaurin Chapel, University of Auckland, Princes Street; and 7pm at Masjid Abu Bakr, 5b Cortina Place, Pakuranga;
~ Friday 3 March - 7.30pm at All Saints Anglican Church Hall, Howick, corner Selwyn Road and Cook Street.
~ Sunday 5 March - 10am, preaching at St Stephen’s Presbyterian Church; and 5pm to 7pm at St Peter’s Anglican Cathedral, eats followed by talk and discussion in ‘God Talk’ community discussion series;
~ Monday 6 March - 12 noon to 1pm at Wintec, Room C16; and 7.30pm at the Lady Goodfellow Chapel, Waikato University.
~ Tuesday 7 March - 7.30pm at the Grahamstown Community Hall
~ Wednesday 8 March - 1.30pm at St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Mutu Street; and 7.30pm at the same venue.
~ Sunday 12 March - 11.15am for a cup of tea, followed by Christina speaking, at the Friends Meeting House, 227 College Street
Travel sponsored by Anglican Cathedral of St Peter’s, Hamilton and Christian World Service. Also supported by Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), Peace Movement Aotearoa, Amnesty International, Palestine support groups, and all those who are organising meetings and providing venues for this tour.