Our 1 Samuel series continues today: ‘God’s Leading’
Today we continue our 19-week series through the Old Testament book of 1 Samuel. It’s all about how God leads his people, as we see him lead his kingdom through the influence of Samuel, Saul and David. Today Jodie preaches from 1 Samuel 13-14 with the title, ‘God leads us in foolishness’.
Seniors’ Service tomorrow
Join us tomorrow at 11am at the church for 0ur monthly senior’s service and lunch. Jodie’s speaking and he’s bringing along his ukulele (fear not!)
Ladies’ Dinner coming soon
Tuesday night the 16th September at the church with guest speaker, Tara Stenhouse from Moore College. We start at 7pm, and dinner is $6 payable at the door. No need to RSVP… just come along on the night!
‘Wheel Hope’ Billy Cart Team
The second-annual Oak Flats Billy Cart Derby is on Sunday 26th October. Would you be interested in helping build a green machine that shows wheel hope? See Adam for details and to sign up for the team!
Holiday Kids Program
Can you help with Kids Church during the school holidays? Please see Mandy or Adam if you’re available.
Friday chip lunch @ Oak Flats High
Are you free to help buy and deliver hot chips for our lunchtime group on Fridays? Please see Adam or Jodie.
Children’s Ministry Workshop
Are you involved or interested in Children’s Ministry? Want to know more about writing a Children’s talk? We will be looking at how to write a talk for children (or youth!) using a simple model, and thinking about some do’s and don’ts. Saturday 20th September from 9am-11am in the Church. RSVP Geoff Chesher 0439 666 995 or via Comment Cards.
New Playground Equipment
Parish Council gives thanks to God for the anonymous donation of the new kids’ cottage. As this is designed for kids preschool and younger, please join us in encouraging the school-aged kids to not play on this toddler-aged equipment.
SWITCH Women’s Conference
On 11th October our women will be heading again to the SWITCH Southern Women’s Conference to be held during the day at Nowra. Speakers include Jenny Salt and Chris Quirk.