This past Sunday night St Peters met at the Duck Pond for the once a month family focused ‘messy church’ – evening service. We met at 5pm and all who attended had a great time expressing and connecting with God in a different sort of way…
Here are some picture memories:
Rowan forgot to have his afternoon nap…
The Praise Posters we made.
(Each family / group had to gather things of creation that would be an “expression” of worship to God.)
Answering some questions: “What are the sounds that you currently hear around you?” & “What are the colours you can see?”
(We are appreciative of the things we can hear and see.)
Our once a month Sunday evening service will be at the duck pond (main entrance) at 5pm.
Bring your own picnic stuff.
We’re doing some interactive things with both adults and the kids.
Hope to see u there!
Keep on recycling!
Don’t let the construction deter your efforts.
You can drop your recycling off here at the church Monday to Thursday 8am – 2pm.
Think green. Think sustainability!
Attentiotinew building construction commences from 1 Oct.
So this Sunday – 2 October 2016.
We are at the Anglican Church.
Service starts at 8am.
Note. the time change!!
Address: Van Rhijn Street.
(Across the way of Coron Park Entrance)
Please friends, when recycling:
1) No lose items in our recycling depot!
2) Please pack your recycling items in bags.
3) Please wash your recycling items.
I understand there is some effort required with the recycling. That’s the nature of caring for the environment..it requires something of you.
The depot here at church is for recycling. Not a rubbish dump!
If you find it too difficult to do recycling properly, then rather stop. (No hard feelings. I promise)
St Peters Youth (the orange peel society) combined with Blaze Ministries Youth to a fun night of tenpin bowling at Lake Umuzi.
Thank you Lynne for organizing a special price for us.
Here are some more pictures from the Spring Breakfast as promised:
The theme this year was Stepping Stones.
“The only difference between stumbling blocks and stepping stones is the way we use them.”