Thanks to all who were involved with the organisation of the breakfast.
It went well!
More photos to follow I’m sure…
We’re excited to advertise and announce the CWF service:
Please see the preaching plan and duty roster for this next term! You can download the PDF or the IMAGE.
Thank you again for your service.
We had a great evening service last night. I love the family and community vibe of our church:
We made clocks as an expression of worship. (Because worship is far more than a song)
Over the next 7 weeks we will be doing a preaching and bible study series through the book of Acts.
Each Monday, on this website and the church FB page we will upload the bible study notes.
WEEK 1 – The church as family (community)
1. BIBLE STUDY NOTES
Click here: Introduction & Week 1
2. THIS WEEK’s READINGS
Collectively, we will be reading through Acts 1 – 5 this week.
3. SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS (#StPetersActs)
To grow in our faith, it is good to discuss our thoughts. If you have some thoughts you would like to share. Either
a) Share with your home group
b) Share via our social media platforms. This website (leave a comment) or on the Facebook page (leave a comment) – feel free to use the hashtag #StPetersActs (that hashtag keeps all the comments together.)
Join us next week as we journey to the cross and then to resurrection.
Sunday (20th March) – 9am (Palm Sunday)
Weekday services start at 6pm
Friday (25th) – 9am (Good Friday)
Sunday (27th) – 9am (Easter Sunday)
He is risen indeed!
Thank you for taking part in the recycling so far. I know I shared that recently. But I’m still just so thrilled…
One of the collection vans is in for repairs so I had to help take some of our recycling stuff to another depot. (Near the new mall). While loading Andrew’s bakkie I noticed some things that can be approved – so here is a reminder for recycling collection:
Some DO’s and DON’TS:
– wash out all recycling
– collect milk cartons separately
– separate paper, plastic, tins and glass. Have each type of recycling in a separate bag.
– ensure the bag is tied properly!
“A picture paints a 1000 words” – as they say – here are some motivational and informative pics about recycling:
It’s good to see the awareness is growing here at St Peters. Keep telling and teaching others about recycling. From your children, to your grandchildren, to your friends and to your colleagues. My goal would be to have the town of Secunda aware of recycling and actually doing it. Dream big! God’s mandate to us 🙂