All age worship this Sunday 27th May is brought to us by Darren and includes a time of celebration as Jessica and Charles bring their daughter Sally for Baptism. Family and friends are welcomed at this time of community and celebration.
Following morning tea, Oasis for primary aged children will meet in the multipurpose room and Billabong youth who are matched with mentors will be spending time together.
All age worship is brought to us this week by Darren and includes communion followed by morning tea and a BBQ at the end of the service.
This week we again pray for those around us who grieve and who are feeling the weight of life, love, family and death at this time, particularly Pauline and the family. We pray for those who are suffering in their health and wellbeing; mental health, physical health and spiritual wellbeing.
This Sunday 6th May Margaret Reeson will lead the first half of worship while our minister Darren has breakfast with the Billabong Youth Group in the multipurpose room. Darren returns with the message after morning tea while Oasis for primary aged children meet; thank you to Dawn and Katrina who are leading Oasis this term.
First Sunday Converse and Cafe meets at 6 pm at the church for a smaller worship gathering that is conversational, reflective and prayerful, with the option of joining together for a meal in the town centre afterwards for those who would like to stay on. Everyone is welcome!
The latest copy of With Love to the World is available from today. With Love to the World is a Uniting Church publication and leads readers through a daily devotion. The Bible passages are those set down for worship each Sunday in addition to a short reflection and prayer suggestion.
If you would like a copy please find them on the table near the front door.
It doesn’t take long to set aside old or used stamps. By doing so you can help raise funds to enable the work of the Uniting Church, particularly Uniting, Uniting Mission and Education, and Frontier Services. In 2017, the Stamp Committee (NSW/ACT) raised $19,518 through stamp sales. They allocated $17,075 to a range of community/outreach projects, including GUC’s Mustard Seed Food Pantry.
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