Worship at BUC
Sunday 2nd May – We will offer a blessing for the recent marriage of Steph Gesling & Matt Whitty
Thank you to Sheila and Jason – our first post-lockdown providers of food for morning tea. Food will be set up on two tables with another row of tables in front and the servers in between. Servers will ensure their hands are sanitised and will be wearing masks. You will be invited to make your selection of food which will be offered to you on a serviette or plate as chosen by you. There is still a need for more people to offer to provide food so please let me know if this something you can do. You can also add you name to the list of helpers to support our renewed hospitality please email email@example.com. Please note that you can be a food provider only and not need to be involved in setting up, serving and cleaning up.
INVITATION to New Study Group
Are you interested in joining a small group with others who wish to – delve into the Bible, read and discuss a book, follow up on the sermon topic, see how our social justice projects align with the teachings of Jesus, or? If this interests you, we are having an initial catch-up after worship on Sunday May 9th in the Hall when we can discuss frequency and venue for the group. Any queries please contact Kirsty Brown 0410 510 305 or Helen Rowe 0423 009 813. This initiative is supported by the Discipleship and Education Committee.
Food Co-op will open for the first time in a year on Saturday 15th May from 10 am to 12 noon. Please remember to bring your clean containers or cloth bags for distribution of products. For further information please contact Helen Rowe Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BUC’s Walking Together Group is organising an opportunity to walk the Fitzroy Aboriginal Heritage Trail on Sunday May 23rd. We’ll meet at 11.30am at the Moreton Bay Fig Tree in the Exhibition Gardens directly adjacent to the intersection of Gertrude and Nicholson Streets. (The tree is marked on Google Maps.) The official brochure and map for the walk (available here) says this: “Fitzroy not only became the largest Aboriginal community in Victoria, it also became the social and political hub of Aboriginal Melbourne.” The full walk takes about two hours. If you’ve done this walk before or not, consider coming along and engage some of this important history. More details will be available in coming weeks. RSVP: Geoff Thompson: email@example.com