Our final service of healing and wholeness for this year will be on Friday 6 December, 1pm at St Eanswythe’s. Come as you are – no burden is too big or too small to entrust to the love of God.
Come, Lord Jesus!
Advent is a season of preparing ourselves for Jesus to come into our midst, and for waiting and hoping for the coming of God’s kingdom on earth as in heaven.
There are many ways to enter more deeply into this season: here are a few online resources to explore:
- Advent in 2 minutes
- We Are Longing: daily Advent reflections (Common Grace)
- Songs from a Strange Land – an Australian Advent journey (Anglican Board of Mission)
- Advent Reflections (Anglican Overseas Aid)
- Advent Devotional: Peace on Earth (TEAR Australia)
Whatever shape it takes, may your Advent journey bring hope and blessing, and make you ready for the coming of Jesus.
This service is a chance to acknowledge before God our continuing love for those whom we see no longer. There will be readings, prayers, music and silence. Everyone is welcome.
Everyone is welcome this Friday, as we pray for ourselves and those we love: 1pm at St Eanswythe’s. Why not come beforehand and enjoy soup and sandwiches for lunch (from 12pm)?
Another module of the Pilgrim course is starting soon!
We say them together every Sunday, but there is always more to discover about what these statements of faith say. Starting Wednesday 31 July (7:30 at St Eanswythe’s) and led by Dean Mason, we meet for six sessions exploring the creeds and the faith of the church. No prior knowledge is necessary! Please sign up at the back of the church. For more details contact Dean (0402 846 696) or visit www.pilgrimcourse.org