From July 19th a copy of the new St John’s newsletter will be distributed via email and/or post to all parishioners each week, keeping us all more connected especially during these challenging times. This has detailed news and includes the readings, sermon and prayers.
If you are a member of the parish and are not receiving the newsletter – or would like to become a member – please contact Fr John directly, or through the parish office at firstname.lastname@example.org
We all look forward to the time when we can worship together again and, in the meantime, please stay safe and continue to keep each other, our parish and our community in your prayers.
The Blessing of the Animals celebrates the comfort, companionship and love our pets bring to our lives. If you would like to give thanks for your pet please send their name and photo to the Parish Office: email@example.com by 5pm on Friday 2nd October.
Your pet will become a part of our presentation at the Blessing of the Animals service which will be live-streamed from our Facebook page at 2pm on Sunday 4th October.
For more information please contact Fr John on 0448 499 093
From Pentecost Sunday all parishioners are invited to participate in a seven week course, working through stories from the Book of Acts, as we explore the 5 Marks of Mission of the Anglican Communion, through the ABM Bible Study book: Where Do We Go From Here?
The booklet has now been distributed, and the Sunday readings and sermons are fitting in directly with the Bible Study course. If you haven’t yet received your copy, please contact Fr John directly, and he will ensure you receive one.
Note that a parishioner has covered the $9 cost (with postage) for every parish household to receive a copy. The best payment you can make is to read through it, because we will be referring to the contents in the months ahead.