NightChurch News 7 April

THIS WEEK @ NIGHTCHURCH: Priscilla van Brummelen is leading the service and Nicholas Tuohy will continue our series on prayer, speaking on From Prayer to Mission (Acts 11:1-18). Katie Adams is organising the music team, Jono Newmarch will lead in prayer, The House is convening, Dave Hore-Lacy and Jadon Dutra are on audio/data, and Ash Moore is providing supper. Thanks everyone.

HEART OF WORSHIP: Kew Baptist Church Impact Worship Seminar, Thursdays 4 & 11 April, 7-9pm. Everyone welcome! Seminar topics:

  • Saved to Worship (Nicholas Tuohy)
  • The Medium of Music (Pieter Keuneman)
  • Plurality or Singularity in Worship (Paul Pallot)
  • Understanding Your Voice (Amanda Tuohy)

MONTHLY BREW LIVE: It’s time again for the Monthly Brew at Moonee Ponds – on this Saturday 6 April from 6pm. As an added bonus, this month we have Matt John, Tom Tuena and Emily Morris performing for us from 8pm. This is a great opportunity to hang out and get to know people in the NightChurch community – everyone is welcome!

DONATING BLOOD: Mel Hill is organising a group of people to donate blood together on Tuesday 9 April, 5-7.30pm in Camberwell. Further details on the NightChurch Facebook page if you want to be involved!

CORNERSTONE OPEN NIGHT: Thursday 18 April, 7pm at The House (14 Highbury Grove). Hear stories of experiences of the redemptive magic of the Kingdom in Cornerstone, in a relaxed atmosphere over a coffee. Contact Martin Watson:

MUSTARD ROUNDTABLE: Mustard is a non-denominational school ministry working in more than 30 high schools across Melbourne. They’re holding a roundtable discussion on Wednesday 24 April, 7.30pm at NewHope Baptist Church (Blackburn) on the theme ‘Psychs, Students and the place of Spirituality’. Mustard has assembled a panel of experts to help facilitate an open and interactive discussion where people who care about teenagers can gather and think about how to respond to the mental health issues that young people face, and consider the place of spirituality. This event is free to attend, you can register online at or find out more info by contacting

FUNDRAISER: Prison Network Ministries are selling the 2013/14 Entertainment Book which is a great opportunity to both save money and support a fantastic cause. Books are sold for $65 with 20% going to the work of PNM – supporting the needs of women and their children. If you would like to make a purchase, please contact Kerryn Pell.

WEBSITE OF THE WEEK: In recent editions of NC News it was mentioned that neuroscientist Dr William Struthers was speaking in Melbourne about issues relating to the brain and pornography at an event organised by Guilty Pleasure. You can now view a video of his presentation intended for men and women online at The video is just under 40 minutes in length.