- MOVED small groups: There is still time to join a small group for this four week series. Groups this week are using material prepared by Nicholas, and then next week begin the three weeks of the MOVED booklet. If you know a group you would like to join, call the leader and ask to participate. If you don’t know a group, email Grace Munro on email@example.com or call Sarah Trebilcock. Nicholas will start the sermon series on Sunday – morning and evening services –followed by Andy Mitchell and Susan Campbell the following weeks. More info on Moved, see www.globalinteraction.org.au.
One option from Laura Holley (and there are other options available): “Hi guys!! So I’m hoping to start a MOVED small group either this Thursday or next. It’ll be at 7.30 in Kew and the focus is on mission. If you’re looking for a small group for the 3 or 4 weeks (with the potential to continue longer) please let me know. All welcome!! Thanks! Laura!”
- NIGHTCHURCH, Sunday 13 May, Luke Gibbons is leading, and Nicholas will speak on Moved and introduce 10 days of global prayer. Joshi Philip is coordinating the music team, Coby Docking will lead us in prayer, Zach Moore and Tim Gray are on audio/Data, Alice Foote and Marny Croot will bring supper and Corey Leslie is convening. Thanks everyone!
- IT’S TIME FOR GIVING: During May as a Church we want to raise $5000 in support of mission projects. On Sunday we will have Global Interaction gift envelopes inserted in the bulletin, or you can give direct by going to www.globalinteraction.org.au.
COMING UP SOON
THE GATHERING OF THE CHURCH. We have our May Church Meeting at 4.30-6pm, 20 May, followed by a meal together (6.00-7.00). We will learn more about and pray about, tentative plans for the appointment of staff, adjusting our property to enhance our ministry potential, and more. Who discerns God’s will for us as a church? We do.
- If you would like to help Grace Leslie organise a simple meal for this please let her know. Volunteers welcome!
- This is one opportunity to give something to the Mission projects mentioned above – a donation to help cover, with proceeds being donated. Bring along a few dollars! Or lots!
- CAMP FOR MEN, The Muster: May 26-27, King River Camp, Cheshunt. Speak to Luke Gibbons if you are interested.
- KICKBOXING – another opportunity for the guys to get together and have fun, being taught by Shehara Devadason how to Kickbox! It will be a Thursday, and Andy Mitchell will let us know the date, time and place.
- STATE YOUTH GAMES, June 8-11. If you would like to be involved, speak with Ash Moore.
OPPORTUNITY TO HELP: A year 11 student at Carey has a serious medical condition, but is able to attend sometimes. The hospital will fund an adult helper to help her with mobility – push her wheelchair, open doors, help with her bags, have a coffee with her, etc. It would be a bonus if they could pick her up/drop her off at home (still paid), but this is not essential. The helper would need to be flexible, and the school would do their best to book ahead. If you are interested, ask Grace Munro (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a copy of the email sent by Gerry Reviere, the Chaplain.
OPPORTUNITY TO BE HELPED: Kate Steel writes: “I thought I would share some information about the low-cost psychology clinic at Cairnmillar Institute where I am currently studying. Cairnmillar has a low-cost psychology clinic run by provisional psychologists finishing up their clinical training in masters or internship degrees.
The clinic offers 50 minutes psychology consultations for $20 and really cheap assessments such as vocational, personality, intelligence, etc. The provisional psychologists that run the clinic are all supervised by fully registered psychologists and your confidentiality and privacy is assured. You can find out more information at the website or by phoning Cairnmillar. http://www.cairnmillar.org.au/ ”
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Info from Bec Paterson: Lake Camp Manager – Coolamatong Campsites. A full time Campsite Manager position exists with Scripture Union Victoria as part of the camping team, at Coolamatong (15 minutes south of Bairnsdale). The person in this position will be responsible for the programming and delivery of all camping activities on the Coolamatong Lake Camp during the year, reporting to the State Camping Manager. Christian Jobs Australia – Lake Camp Manager – Coolamatong Campsites www.christianjobs.com.au.
WEBSITE OF THE WEEK: The Baptist Times at www.baptisttimes.co.uk “is Britain’s dedicated Baptist news and comment website. It launched in spring 2012, and is the successor to the denominational newspaper of the same name, which had been produced weekly since 1855 until its closure in 2011”. It has articles of interest to Baptists and Christians in all parts of the world.
ITEMS FOR NIGHTCHURCH NEWS: Steve Pattison