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This Sunday is Defence Sunday, a day which is important for us as we pray for the members of our defence force and for their chaplains.
The group, ‘Defence Anglicans’ remind us of the importance of Defence Sunday:
Whilst Remembrance Day recalls the tragedy of World War 1 and the hope for peace which came with the Armistice on 11 November 1918, the experiences of the 20ths and now the 21st Century reveal that this hope remains unfulfilled.
Tragically, Australian service personnel continue to die in combat in the Middle East and the numbers of physical, psychological and spiritual causalities continue to increase.
Our church has a responsibility to provide ongoing pastoral and spiritual care to serving military personnel.
The greatest support that the church can provide to its chaplains engaged in this mission is prayer and understanding.
Please remember to pray for the safety of those who serve in the defence force and for their chaplains.
Well if the growing sightings of tinsel in shopping centre decorations is any indication, Christmas is only just around the corner.
This year our church continues our tradition of meeting for Community Christmas Carols to be held the Sunday night before Christmas, on the 22nd December at 5pm.
It’s a great night for both members and guests to join together to sing some modern and traditional carols, to hear the kids perform some songs, and to enjoy a free sausage sizzle.
We’re planning a special Christmas Green Day on Sunday the 8th of December, when we’ll hand out flyers to our suburb to invite them to join us for our community festivities.
Let’s pray that this Christmas is filled with real hope in the real Jesus!