Today’s Bible Talk
Today we welcome Ian Rienits who will be speaking to us on the topic, ‘Wasting Away; Being Renewed’ from 2 Corinthians chapter 4 verses 1 to 14.
This Tuesday night 19th April is our next Ladies’ Dinner. Our speaker is Lesley Errington, on the topic of “Judging Others – the danger of playing God”. We meet at our church and start at 7pm. Dinner is $7 payable at the door, and there is no need to RSVP.
Pastoral Care Training
This coming Tuesday, 19th April, Pastoral Care Training will be held at Warrigal Albion Park, 2.30pm to 3.30pm. If you are interested in attending please speak to June Bock.
Children’s and youth programs in holidays
During school holidays our normal children’s and youth programs take a break until 26th April. We will also not be having our kids’ program during 10am church during the holidays.
Countdown to Moore Mission
It’s only four weeks until we welcome a team of twenty theological students from Moore College to join with us for a week of mission to the communities of Oak Flats and Jamberoo from the 14th to the 22nd May. Please be praying!
If you are able to help by hosting one or more students to live in your home with you for that week, please indicate on a comment card or email email@example.com.
No, it’s not about cars… it’s the ‘Blokes Meeting Wednesday’ group, which will start on Wednesday 27th April at 9.30am at the church, under the leadership of John Wilson.
Managing Conflict Training Course
A new training course, “Resolving Everyday Conflict” will be starting on Thursday 28th April, meeting at the church each Thursday, 9.30am – 10.30am. The course will run for eight weeks. All are welcome. Please contact Julie Hayward if you wish to attend, firstname.lastname@example.org or 0415 297 381.
Gong Men’s Day – save the date
Join us on Saturday 18th June, 8.30am to 2pm, or 5pm to 9.30pm at Dapto Anglican for a great day of teaching and encouragement for the men of our region.
Each week we need to receive $5,000 in order to meet our commitments. In the last calendar month, our average weekly giving was $5,115, leaving a gap of $-115.
Up to the end of the last calendar month we needed to have received $105,000. Compared to that total we received $89,340, leaving a gap of $15,660.
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.