Today’s Bible Talk
Today Simon concludes our ‘Christ in the Psalms’ series, with the final talk titled ‘The king who saves’ from Psalm 99.
Summer Refuge continues
Today at 4pm our holiday youth program concludes, which is followed by a special-format 5pm service.
MiX kicks off
Our young-adults group “MiX” (Mature in Christ) is starting up again. First meeting is tomorrow night with a swim at Jones’ Beach at 6pm (if you can make it) and a BBQ at 6.30pm at Coralie and Phil Pratt’s House (78 North Kiama Drive, Kiama Downs). BYO meat and drinks, salads provided. This will be followed by a short introductory Bible Study on 1 Peter. For more information text or call Phil on 0411 328 731, Coralie on 0402 471 246 or send a message to Coralie on Facebook.
Our mid-week connect groups start again this week. On Wednesday 8th February at 9.30am, the Ladies Bible Study will have a special morning tea to welcome Amy Chaplin. All ladies are invited to attend.
First Men’s Dinner for the year
You’re invited to join the men of Oak Flats and beyond this Tuesday 7th February for the first Men’s Dinner of the year. RSVP via the comment card, firstname.lastname@example.org or 0439 561 373.
Prime Time Social
Join us on Friday, 17th February at 10am at the church for Prime Time. A great time to come together with other seniors, where you can just sit, chat and even bring along some craft you’re working on at the moment.
Our long-running ‘sale’ will end in two weeks’ time. Check out ‘The Message of Hebrews’ in the ‘Bible Speaks Today’ series. Limited copies available of ‘Cold Case Christianity’. which people have found very helpful.
‘REAL Kids’ Meeting
The first meeting for REAL Kids, the children’s ministry holiday program, will be held at the church on Sunday 19th February starting at midday. Please RSVP to Geoff at email@example.com
AGM 14th March
Our AGM (Annual General Meeting) will be held on Tuesday night 14th March at 7.30pm in the church.
Eight weeks to the Weekendaway
Don’t miss out on our awesome church retreat on the weekend of the 31st March – 2nd April. Our guest speaker is Peter Jensen, former Archbishop of Sydney. Registration is available now!
Each week we need to receive $5,000 in order to meet our commitments. In the last calendar month, our average weekly giving was $3,888, leaving a gap of $1,112.
Up to the end of the last calendar month we needed to have received $260,000. Compared to that total we received $224,000, leaving a gap of $36,000.
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.