Hands that help; hands that heal; hands that bless
Colin Hunter created the beautiful sculpture that bears this name. Read the story, enjoy some photos here. We look forward to a time when we can all gather again and have the opportunity to truly appreciate this artwork which Colin says has been ‘created to touch’. Thank you Colin.
This week Julie Perrin and Ian reflect on the story of the birth of Moses setting it alongside an indigenous story from East Gippsland. They have received permission to show clips from a video made by artists from the Wurinbeena Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Centre in Lakes Entrance. Next week’s service will have a Black Lives Matter focus.
September Olive Branch
Contributions, stories, photos, reflections and reports are all welcome for the coming edition. Please email any and all offerings to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 24th August.
Also … can you help? The church office is not accessible during Stage 4 lockdown and one of the outcomes of this is that the OB cannot be printed. We have a small group of people who either need or prefer a printed copy. Please call Saide, 0407 096 743, if you are willing to print and post a copy or two. This will help to share the time and resources required to meet this need.
A triple letter dinner with a twist – Have you had one yet?
August will soon be over but there is still time for a Fabulously Fancy Feast. The JAM committee enjoyed one as part of their meeting on Thursday evening. Out & About will be gathering for a High Tea soon. News of other dinners is emerging. One week to go. Create a menu, dress up, decorate your table, light some candles, make it fabulous. Invite another household or two to join you by Zoom. Zoom connections are free for 45 minutes for 3 or more connections and unlimited for two. Make it fun and most importantly take photos. Share them on the FFF Facebook album.