NightChurch News 22 July

THIS SUNDAY: Veronique Schocroft is leading the service and Em Fox will be speaking about her China mission experience. We will also share in communion together. Jono Newmarch is organising the music team, Dan Follent will lead in prayer, Zach Moore and Felicia Prior are on audio/data, and Kate Steel is bringing supper. Thanks everyone.

HOLY SPIRIT SERIES: Over Term 3 we are going to drill down into the Holy Spirit and seek a deeper understanding and experience of the work of the Spirit. Some people have been posing questions which is great. If you have a question, thought or issue you would like addressed in the series, send it to Nicholas via SMS or email. We will then seek to raise and discuss and hopefully answer your questions and issues. The topics for the series are as follows:

  • Aug 5     Holy Spirit in the Hebrew Bible (Nicholas Tuohy)
  • Aug 12   Holy Spirit in the Ministry of Jesus (Nicholas Tuohy)
  • Aug 19    Holy Spirit in the Early Church (Andy Mitchell)
  • Aug 26    Holy Spirit in the Life and Ministry of the Apostle Paul (Nicholas Tuohy)
  • Sept 2     Fruits of the Holy Spirit (Amanda Tuohy)
  • Sept 9     Holy Spirit in the Church Historically (Nicholas Tuohy)
  • Sept 16  Gifts of the Holy Spirit (Jono Newmarch)
  • Sept 23  Holy Spirit and Spiritual Warfare (Paul Pallot)


  • Andy Mitchell is organising some craft supplies to be sent up to Tanya Pell for her work in the Amata community. If you would like to contribute, please speak to Andy.
  • We’re putting together a team of welcomers in order to better care for new people looking to be connected in our community. If you’re interested in being a part of this team, contact Paul Pallot.
  • Phil Prior will be leading the Tech Team in a training time on Sunday 29 July, 2-4pm in the church. The current audio/data team will meet for this, and if any others are interested in helping out in this area, please come along. If you want to know more speak with Phil.

WEBSITE OF THE WEEK: The DOS Games Archive at currently contains 275 DOS computer games available for free. It is an interesting look at how computer games were before Windows was the dominant operating system on the PC.