Summer Series – The Spirit-filled life
During the five weeks of Summer we’ll be looking in detail at the nine aspects of the Spirit’s fruit in the life of believer, following the list from Galatians 5:22-23. Each Sunday we’ll have a different topic in the morning and the evening, so that we will cover the full nine aspects of the Spirit’s fruit, as well as an introductory talk on the first morning.
Next week, Ben Pfahlert will be speaking in the morning. Ben is the National Director of the Ministry Training Strategy (MTS) and will be speaking on the topic of ‘gentleness’. In the evening, our own Tim Orange will speak on the topic of ‘self-control’. Don’t miss these great speakers!
|29th December 9am||Living the Spirit-filled life||Roger Kyngdon|
|29th December 5pm||Love||Graham Stanton|
|5th January 9am||Joy||Jodie McNeill|
|5th January 5pm||Peace||Jodie McNeill|
|12th January 9am||Forbearance||Adam Hotson|
|12th January 5pm||Kindness||George Statheos|
|19th January 9am||Goodness||Jodie McNeill|
|19th January 5pm||Faithfulness||Adam Hotson|
|26th January 9am||Gentleness||Ben Pfahlert|
|26th January 5pm||Self-control||Tim Orange|
It’s only eight weekends until our church retreat on the weekend of 21st to 23rd March. We’re heading away together to the beautiful ‘Waterslea’ site in Nowra for a great Bible teaching, prayer, and lots of opportunities to informally spend time together across the ages of our church. Our guest speaker is Mark Thompson, the Principal of Moore Theological College. Full details and registration forms available shortly.
If you’re planning to be away at all from February to April then please log on to our members website and enter the dates that you’re unavailable. If you’d like to opt in or out of volunteer roles then please let Lydia know. Thanks so much for your help!
During holidays many of our normal programs are taking a break, including our children’s and youth programs, our Seniors’ Service, our Men’s and Women’s Dinners, and other programs. A perfect reason to join us twice on a Sunday for our summer series!
South Sudan support
To give to the humanitarian needs in South Sudan, please click on this link to go to the Anglican Aid website, or give via specially-marked envelopes in the collection bags.
To give financially to the ministry of our church and beyond: BSB 062 638 Account Number 00900445 Account Name St Andrew’s Anglican Church.