The work Jesus left his disciples to do still continues to the ends of the earth (Acts 1:8).
Today we welcome Ollie Arjonilla from Compassion Australia who will be sharing with us about justice for children across the world. If you missed his talk click on the ‘Bible Talks’ tab above, or checkout the website of Compassion: http://www.compassion.com.au
On Tuesday we welcome our friends from St James’ Turramurra Anglican Church who will help us with maintenance and ministry in our district this week. And so please be praying each day for:
Mon/Tuesday: Team’s safe travel to Walgett
Wednesday: Team working at St Peter’s Walgett Church
Thursday: Team working at St Peter’s Walgett Church
6.30pm Christmas in July Ladies Night at St Peter’s Walgett. Enjoy a traditional Christmas dinner with friends and hear Michelle Ferguson share stories from her 10 years in Kenya and pose the question “What are you waiting for?” Michelle is married to the Vicar of Mungindi. $5 RSVP to Jo Cayzer: 6828 1590
Friday: 6.30pm Cryon Men’s Night BBQ, Sefton Park. Meat and drinks will be provided; no need for you to bring anything. We’ll have a few blokes from Sydney join us, who are up to do work on our Anglican Churches in Walgett and Colly. Dick Ferguson from Mungindi will give a word of encouragement about Jesus. Hope you can join us. Feel free to bring a mate or two along… the more the merrier! RSVP to Tory Cayzer 6828 1590.
Saturday: 9am Working Bee and BBQ lunch at St John’s Collarenebri
Sunday: 11am Combined Church Service and BBQ lunch at Gray Park, Walgett. As part of the Walgett Bulldust to Bitumen Festival, the churches of Walgett invite you to join us for a Community Church Service celebrating Jesus and all he brings. BYO chair or picnic rug. We’ll end with a BBQ lunch (gold coin donation). Brought to you by St Peter’s Anglican Church, St Mary’s Catholic Church, and the Walgett People’s Church. In the (fortunate!?) event of rain we’ll meet 11am at St Peter’s Anglican Church, 21 Pitt St., Walgett.
3.30pm St John’s Collarenebri. Speaker: Stewart Cuddy, ‘Ordinary People, Special Assignment.’
Monday: Team’s safe travel to Sydney.
In Christ, Tory Cayzer.