There is now a family prayer activity in the Australian Capital Region.
The ACT Government has put the Family Prayer Centre at a new site in Grafton, and it is called the Family Activities (Family Activity) Centre.
The centre will allow people to share and connect with others around the ACT and beyond.
It will also be a place where families can learn about the spiritual and physical health of their families.
In fact, the ACT Government says it has received over 20,000 requests for information from families about the centre.
It says it hopes the centre will help them in many different ways.
“The Family Activities Centre will provide the community with information and support to connect with people and families around the region who may not be familiar with family prayer and spiritual life, and in many cases may not know they are part of the ACT’s family,” the ACT Minister for Family Affairs, David Gonsalves, said in a statement.
“This is a valuable service for those looking to connect or get connected with people who may have experienced or experienced a family tragedy.”
The centre is also a place for families to gather and chat.
It is a safe and inclusive space where people can find each other and connect in a meaningful way, the government said.
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