Real Hope! – our 1 Peter series continues
Today we continue our 18-week series on the letter of 1 Peter, with the theme, “Real hope!”. Jodie is speaking on the topic, “Real hope in a real future”, from 1 Peter 1:13-21.
|1||26 April||Real hope in our real identity||1 Peter 1:1-2|
|2||3 May||Real hope for our real longing||1 Peter 1:3-5|
|3||10 May||Real hope for real trials||1 Peter 1:6-9|
|4||17 May||Real hope from real encouragement||1 Peter 1:10-12|
|5||24 May||Real hope in a real future||1 Peter 1:13-21|
|6||31 May||Real hope with a real love||1 Peter 1:22-2:3|
|7||7 June||Real hope in a real home||1 Peter 2:4-10|
|8||14 June||Real hope with real goodness||1 Peter 2:11-12|
|9||21 June||Real hope as real citizens||1 Peter 2:13-17|
|10||19 July||Real hope as real employees||1 Peter 2:18-25|
|11||26 July||Real hope in real marriage||1 Peter 3:1-7|
|12||2 August||Real hope when submission leads to suffering||1 Peter 3:8-17|
|13||9 August||Real hope from the real victory||1 Peter 3:18-22|
|14||16 August||Real hope in real holiness||1 Peter 4:1-6|
|15||23 August||Real hope in real service||1 Peter 4:7-11|
|16||30 August||Real hope in real persecution||1 Peter 4:12-19|
|17||6 September||Real hope with real leadership||1 Peter 5:1-5|
|18||13 September||Real hope in real grace||1 Peter 5:6-14|
On Tuesday 2nd June we welcome Bishop Peter Hayward to speak on the topic, “The Freedom that Frees vs The Freedom that Enslaves”. 6.30pm at the Shell Cove Golf Club. $29 ($20 concession). RSVP email@example.com
Jamberoo Anglican Mini Market Day
This Saturday 30th May 2015 from 9am to midday at Jamberoo Anglican Church. Plants, Cakes, Bric-a-brac, Produce, Book Stalls, Tea/Coffee and Pikelets. Contact 4236 0158 for details.
Gong Men’s Day
Join us on Saturday June 13th, 9am till 2pm or 5pm to 9.30pm at Dapto Anglican for a great day of teaching and encouragement for the men of our region. Price is $35 (or $25 concession). Register online at www.gongmensday.net
Every Saturday morning at 7.30am we have a half-hour prayer time at the church. We’d love you to join us to be part of one of the most important events in our church calendar.
Teachers’ morning tea at Oak Flats High
Our church has the opportunity to provide the teachers a delicious morning tea on this Friday morning 29th May at 10.30am. Can you help by providing a plate? Please advise on comment cards or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can.
New service time for our morning service?
We’d love to hear your feedback about the proposed change in time for our morning service from 9am to 10am. Please provide your feedback on the form in the news sheet, or email email@example.com
Each week we need to receive $5,000 in order to meet our commitments. In the last calendar month, our average weekly giving was $5,162, leaving a gap of $-162.
Up to the end of the last calendar month we needed to have received $170,000. Compared to that total we received $150,877, leaving a gap of $19,123.
Electronic giving is a great way to give! It helps us prayerfully plan our giving, and then the bank will help us keep that commitment, even when we may be unable to attend. To use your MasterCard or Visa to make a one-off donation or to set up regular giving, then securely provide your details by clicking on this link. Or, to give by direct transfer then these are the details. Account name: St Andrew’s Anglican Church. Account number: 00900445. BSB: 062 638.