Please note: This is a special ticketed event being delivered as part of the Sustainable Living Festival and will be held at Blank Canvas Coworking, Level 2, 82 Acland Street, St Kilda. Make sure you secure your spot by ordering a ticket below.
As part of the Sustainable Living Festival, The Weekly Service is stepping out of the northside bubble and delivering secular services across Melbourne. The first in the series will be held in St Kilda.
Our storyteller for this service will be Annie Raser-Rowland, plant-nerd, artist and author of The Art of Frugal Hedonism. Annie will share her story of questioning the modern food equation and her discovery of how to live cheaply and not consume much while feeling like you are living a deeply hedonistic life.
Annie's story will be followed by a group discussion, time for quiet reflection, and the opportunity to connect with Annie and other attendees over tea, coffee and yummy nibbles.
Wondering what The Weekly Service is? Despite the name, we are not affiliated with any religion. The Weekly Service provides a quiet secular space to slow down, play with new ideas, share stories of transformation, and re-connect with yourself, your local community and the world. You can find out more about us here.