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Global 6K for Water

Six kilometres is the average distance people in developing countries walk to access water.

That’s why, in May 2018, people from around the globe will walk or run that distance as part of Global 6K for Water – raising funds to help bring life-changing clean water to children and communities in need.

We will partake on 26 May 2018 at Jim Walsh Park, Eastwood. You can do the walk/run anytime between 11:30am – 2:30pm. There will be a BBQ lunch for purchase with profits going to World Vision.

If you would like to participate with us, “Join our team” by the 4th May to register. The cost is $22.00 for one Adult (includes up to 3 children). You can also sponsor one of our walkers/runners at our supporters page! Otherwise, simply join us on the day!

EQUIP Women's Conference - 19 May 2018

EQUIP Women's conference livestreamed to Treehouse 10am-3pm 19 May 2018. RSVP Di Turner 9807-3220 or use signup sheets in church. 

Tathra Bushfires - Anglican Aid Appeal

Archbishop Glenn Davies is asking us to assist the Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn as they work to support people affected by the recent Tathra bushfires. 

The NSW Rural Fire Service has reported that 65 homes have been destroyed and 48 homes have been damaged in Tathra and surrounding districts. The previous Bishop of the Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn, Bishop Stuart Robinson, who finished his term as Bishop last week, was advised by Archdeacon Carol Wagner that her team of clergy and lay people – especially those with disaster recovery training – have been engaging with people impacted by the fires and are offering excellent pastoral care. Acting Bishop, Trevor Edwards, has been assessing the material, emotional and spiritual needs of the affected communities. The funds raised by this appeal will be distributed accordingly.

To donate, go to www.anglicanaid.org.au/tathra-bushfires2018

Family Bible Reading 2018

Join us as we read the Highlights of the Old Testament with our Families!

The Old Testament can seem like an inaccessible collection of old unrelated stories - but its not! Each part contributes to God's big story of redemption and salvation. So we encourage your family to join us this year as we read through the Highlights of the Old Testament, and see how they contribute to the bigger story. We’ve broken the Old Testament up into 10 topics (i.e. one for each month from Feb – Nov), then chosen 4 passage from each of those topics (i.e. one for each week of each month) [see here for details]. Our congregation will be following this same pattern for their continuing bible reading, so what you have read as a family each week will be reinforced in church on Sundays. 

To get the most out of reading the Bible together as a family, we recommend you use a study guide. In preparing this series we found the 10 minute family devotions in “Long Story Short” by Marty Machowski to be an excellent resource. We’ve aligned our readings to various “weeks” in his study guide. 

It's never too late to join in! All you really need is a Bible (either a Kids Bible or Full Text - whatever suits your Family!) and a list of the passage we'll be reading (You can always look here at Bible Reading 1 to see what story we are up to this week).

We hope your family can join us! Talk to Tim for more info!

2018 First Aid Training

 

FIRST AID TRAINING 2018

Our diocese offers discounted First Aid training in conjunction with Red Cross at various locations around Sydney. You need to book in directly with Red Cross. Details in the brochure...

2018 First Aid Training Brochure - Red Cross Training Services

 

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