Riding the Waves – Episode 10
Our tenth story features Jim Kilpatrick.
Mulling in the Park
The next gathering for the Mulling Group will be held on Sunday 22nd November, 3pm at Princes Park (near the fountain/bowls club). Discussion will reflect on lockdown, feelings of place & community, climate change and the BUC action plan with Richard Arnold.
Coming out of Lockdown update
As restrictions ease the worship committee is providing opportunities to gather for worship onsite. This week’s service is by invitation only for people who have not been able to access our online services. But in the weeks to come we will open up to more people. See weekly updates on the website, Olive Press and Facebook. Contact Ian Ferguson, 0438 547 842, for more information.
The COVID Reference Group is meeting on Tuesday 24th November. If you have questions or concerns you would like the group to address please email Helen Rowe, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advent Worship Packs
The worship committee has created worship packs to bring us together during the season of Advent. We have one week to deliver them and would welcome any assistance from people willing to deliver or be a pick-up point. Find out more or contact Saide Cameron, 0407 096 743.
Calling all angels
The Christmas pageant is being filmed online this year, and our Director Caitlin would love a few more “angels” to join in one scene. We are filming it via zoom on Tuesday December 1 at 7pm. If you are interested, contact our Children and Youth Pastor Dave via our website.
Christmas Bowl catalogue
Sunday 22nd November is the last day for ordering delicious biscuits from the Act for Peace Christmas Bowl catalogue. The online catalogue. You can continue to order preserves, cakes and puddings, Christmas craft and home made gifts up until 6th December. And remember to place your bid in the Silent Auction of four watercolours offered by Ann Soo. You can also donate money for a gift for a Stewart Lodge resident. Pick up or delivery 12th-13th December or by arrangement. Place your order today. Contact Saide, 0407 096 743, for more information.
Sincerely Survivor at Melbourne Fringe
Mental Health Awareness month is here and what a great opportunity to support another amazing creative from our congregation!
Hannah Friebel is the founder and creative director of Grace Dance Company! Sincerely Survivorexplores mental health advocacy through the Arts; creating art to enable our empathy. In this work, dancers take the role of pilgrims, exploring asylums of old. We are inspired by submissions to the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System and seek to amplify the voices and stories of people who have lived experience of mental health. Please join to experience this event online Melbourne Fringe Festival. View the trailer and media releases. Tickets can be booked at www.melbournefringe.com.au/event/sincerely-survivor Opening night is Friday 13th Novemberand Closing night followed by Q&A is 29th November.