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This weekend many of our members are away at our annual church Weekendaway. As a result, we’re only having our 10am service at church this Sunday and will not be meeting at the normal time of 5pm. Our guest speaker this weekend at 10am will be Mark Howard who will speak to us on the topic of ‘Effective and Productive in the Knowledge of Jesus’ from 2 Peter chapter 1 verses 1 to 15.
We will also be broadcasting our service live on the Internet, if you can’t make it in person. Watch at www.oakflats.tv.
See you at 10am this Sunday, God willing!
When I was nine years old I was invited to a Christian holiday camp by a friend from school.
It turned out that my friend, Julian, was a regular, churchgoing Christian, and he reached out to me to invite me to join him for a week of horse riding, canoeing and even air guns (back in the day!)
I still remember the campfire, the awesome leaders, and even the potatoes we peeled in the kitchen.
But what I’ll never forget was the message of the speaker about how to become friends with Jesus.
And at that camp I remember asking Jesus to forgive me and to let me follow him all my life.
Camps are a very special place to know Jesus and experience his love in a special community of believers.
Next weekend, our church is going away for a whole weekend together, to live, learn, love and laugh.
And we are set to be greatly blessed by the teaching of Peter Jensen, as he opens up God’s word to us in a practical and powerful way.
Peter’s four talks are, ‘The Birth of Culture,’ ‘The Gift of Community,’ ‘The Promise of Justice,’ and ‘The Power of Words.’
If you’ve never been on a church camp or weekendaway before, then there’s still time to join us.
And if you’ve been before, you’ll know that it’s an occasion not to be missed.
If you’re short of time, money, or transport, then there are ways to get you along.
But whatever you do, don’t pass up this opportunity to be with people of all ages and stages, from both Oak Flats and Jamberoo Anglican Churches, as together we meet Jesus, clothed in his word, present by his Holy Spirit, bringing glory to God.
See you there, God willing!