Welcome Darcy
Congratulations to Rosie O’Reilly & Rohan Hudson welcoming Darcy Shay Hudson O’Reilly born on Good Friday.

Cath on leave and welcome David
Cath will be away for two weeks after Easter – back 16th April.
We will welcome Rev. David Anderson as preacher on 7th April and to preside over Holy Communion.

Rethinking Racism
Join the Justice and Mission Committee in a space for listening, discussion and reflection about racism and anti-racism. We will be listening to First Nations voices on these topics, and reflecting on how we can act in good allyship.  Two opportunities:  in person after worship on 21st April or on Zoom on 23rd April.

“Rise Up” Week of Climate Action
BUC Climate Action Group is calling on everyone at BUC to get involved in the Week of Climate Action’, 3rd-12th May.
There will be two opportunities to help with planning the Week of Climate Action in May.  Join us on Zoom on Monday 22 April (join here) and Wednesday 24 April (join here) – both from 7.30 to 8.30 pm
Come to either or both meetings!

Welcoming Ceremony
We will offer a Welcoming Ceremony during worship on 28th April for people who have recently (or not so recently) become part of the BUC community.  Each person being welcomed will share their story and we will all share in making responses.  If you would like to participate please contact Wayne Matthews, 0415 378 362, chair of the Pastoral Care Hospitality Committee.

Taize
Northcote Uniting Church holds a Taize service on the first Saturday of each month at 7pm. The next one is Saturday 6th of April. Contact Leesl if you need some transport from Flemington or Brunswick 0423 265 538. See the link for more details.

PIEN Wrap
Read all the latest news from the Palestine Israel Ecumenical Network.

Common Grace
Read all the latest news from Common Grace – a movement of people pursuing Jesus and justice.

Poets and the Faith
Second Tuesday of the Month 6-7.30pm The Hall of St Peter’s Eastern Hill.  In the coming year at St Peter’s Eastern Hill, we are hosting a series of talks about significant poets who have inhabited – or skirted the fringes of – the Anglican and Catholic traditions of Christianity.

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