NightChurch News 30 June

THIS WEEK @ NIGHTCHURCH: Nicholas Tuohy will bring us the next message in our Life with Jesus series, speaking on ‘Evangelism, Secularism and Pluralism’. Mary-Anne Philip is leading the service, Lauren Morgan is organising the music team, James Docking will lead in prayer, Laura Baker is convening, Zach Moore and Jadon Dutra are on audio/data, and Lauren Morgan and Grace Loh are providing supper. Thanks everyone.

CHURCH CAMP: Register now for the Kew Baptist Church Camp! July 12-14 at Camp Wilkin in Anglesea, see attached registration form for further details. Forms and payment must be submitted no later than Friday 5 July. (Make sure you check out the promo video on the NightChurch Facebook page!)

NIGHTCHURCH ANNIVERSARY: Did you know it’s now ten years since NightChurch first started here at Kew? We thought it might be a good chance to celebrate where we’ve come from and where we are going! So come along to NightChurch on July 21 and invite anyone you know who has been a part of this community. Over the next couple of weeks, take the time to think about what church means to you. If you would like to be involved in the service or have any ideas, please contact Kez, Michelle, or Luke.

FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION: 7pm Thursdays, The Ponds Brewery

  • Jun 27   Renee Bazley: Psychology and Spirituality

Jono Newmarch: The Human Predicament

  • Jul 4       Film Discussion: The Dark Knight

KEWMUNITY OF WOMEN: If you have any ideas for a girls’ night and/or want to help run an evening, please contact Laura. Laura is hoping to run the girls’ gathering every week in July since most people are on holidays and we can hopefully have some rejuvenating time together as women!

RUN MELBOURNE: Steph Pittard is running 21.1km on July 21 to raise money for Anglicare Victoria, as part of the Run Melbourne event. If you would like to support her in this cause, please visit to donate!

SHUT UP & LISTEN: How can we maintain a relationship with God in an age of noise? Shut Up & Listen is a five-week series running on Thursday nights in August, providing a space for young adults to come together and discover how Christian Spirituality can deepen their relationship with God. The sessions run from 7-9pm at Ashburton Baptist Church, the cost is $35 for the series or $10 per night.

  • August 1: Doing/Being (Roslyn Wright)
  • August 8: Speed/Slow (Simon Holt)
  • August 15: Head/Heart (Mark Payne)
  • August 22: Noise/Quiet (Peter Bentley)
  • August 29: Consume/Create (Ann Lock & Narelle Stephens)

That’s all for this edition of NightChurch News – Steve Pattison.