Olive Press 6/5

Olive Press 6/5

No sermon recording due to church camp

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The May Olive Branch will be published on Sunday 6th May.

Marvellous Mouth-watering May Dinners are happening over the weekend of 25th-27th May.  Pick up your invitation for all the details before or after worship over the next two Sundays.  After that they’ll be posted out.

Ian Ferguson will offer a workshop for all worship, children’s time and prayer leaders and anyone else interested in exploring these roles on Wednesday 30th May, 7:30pm in the Church.  Contact Ian, 0438 547 842to express your interest.

World Wide Knit in Public Day is coming, register your participation for Saturday 9th June online or contact Ann Soo, annsoo11@tpg.com.au

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Save the date for the Trivia Night & Auction, a FUNdraiser for the Olive Way on Saturday 16thJune. It’s going to be lots of fun – six big rounds of trivia, four fabulous auction items, lots of prizes to be won. Contact Saide Cameron, 0407 096 743, to book a table or a seat, to offer to help organize the event or to simply to find out more.

We are looking for new drivers to join the Stewart Lodge Driving roster.  Drivers need arrive at Stewart Lodge at 9am, go to the office, ask for an announcement to be made that ‘a driver is available, come down in the next five minutes if you want to go to church’.   After worship, at around 11am, you will take the residents home again.
Please contact Saide Cameron, 0407 096 743, if you can join the Stewart Lodge Driving roster – if we have 8 drivers that will require only a one-Sunday every two months commitment.

Prayer Points

Ministry Team
Church Council
Carlynne – MoW candidate
Olive Way program
Pastoral Care Committee
Justice & Mission Committee
Sunday Morning Program
Roster participants
Non-Violent Direct Action
FUNdraising Committee
Presbytery of Port Philip West
Creatures of the land

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