- Who we are
- What we do
This Sunday we take a break from our series on Romans, and Simon will be speaking on the topic “Psalm 48”.
We will be having a special Anglicare update during our services and will have our weekly question and answer time as usual, and Jodie will be answering these questions:
Our youth group, Refuge, plus Kids’ Club and Andy’s Club will be taking a break during the school holidays, and will return from Sunday 21st October.
As always, come along and visit us at 10am or 5pm at 35 Fisher Street Oak Flats, or if you can’t make it in person, jump online at www.oakflats.tv to watch a livestream of our services.
See you at 10am or 5pm this Sunday, God willing!
Each year, the 29th day of September holds special significance for police throughout Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa and the Solomon Islands.
It is a day for police to pause and honour those whose lives have been lost while performing their duty as police officers.
This important day is also a time to remember other police officers who have lost their lives through illness or other circumstances.
And so, this week, let us pray this prayer, together:
Our heavenly Father, we thank you for your providential care of our world and the peace and security that we enjoy in our land. We especially thank you for the Police Force of New South Wales. Despite the corruption of the human heart and the prevalence of lawlessness and sin, we thank you for these guardians of justice in our society.
We pray for the members of our Police Force as they maintain law and order in our state. Give them the courage to expose unrighteousness, wherever it is found, to pursue justice for the common good, to deal with all without fear or favour, and to act with wisdom and compassion in all their work. Protect them from danger in their duties, shield them from temptation, and enable them to be role models for all whom they serve.
We also pray for police chaplains as they minister to the spiritual and emotional needs of our Police Force members. May they act with compassion, wisdom and love as they support police officers in their line of duty.
We offer our prayer in the name of Jesus Christ, who alone brings order to the human heart, peace to a troubled world and the hope of eternal life for all who put their trust in him. Amen.
ARCHBISHOP GLENN DAVIES