My friends at The Sanctuary Centre produced these excellent Christmas stories two years back. The perspective offered from the various characters of the Christmas Narrative is brilliant! Feel free to download the PDF.
- Use it will your cell groups (home groups)
- Use it in the office place. Maybe print it, pin it up on the notice board at your work?
- Or use in your own personal devotions.
I am very certain this will give you a fresh approach to Christmas this year! Click on the links to below to open / download any of the 3 stories
- From Elizabeth: meditation_elizabeth_grace_born_in_the_wilderness
- From Joseph: meditation_joseph_on_the_run_with_the_baby_deliverer
- From the Shepherds: meditation_shepherd_devotional
We’re trying this out. Click on the image to go to this week’s “Magazine style” notices:
We’d love to print LESS notices each.
(click on the image to go to this week’s notices!)
As requested… some of you asked for shoe size specs for the Famsa Shoe Box gifts. Here are two images of different shoe size requests. Kids sizes and teens sizes.
Thanks a million for helping:
Here is the low down of what we are looking for for the Christmas shoe box collection we do for FAMSA
Also here are the list of the children we are reaching out too. You can do three things with these names:
- Pray for each of them by name.
- Knowing their age, may also help with what shoe size to get.
- Like the lists (genealogies) that are no omitted in the scriptures – because each person matters. These people matter too:
“But now, this is what the LORD says– he who created you, Jacob, he who formed you, Israel: “Do not fear, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are mine.” (Isaiah 43: 1)
We had a little youth gathering on Friday. We met in the church hall and God did some amazing things:
I wanted to emphasis the message of being connected with God. And not just having a “Friday Youth Group” faith…
We looked at John 15 – the vine and the branches. There is something so profound with that passage. The gospel could be summed up in there.
“Remain in My love” Jesus implores. “Remain in me and I will remain in you.” (There can be no other better connection / relationship.)
We did some fun challenges. We even stuck with the futuristic times (making robots) as one of the challenges.
The challenged ended with a picture capturing the message of John 15. See above pic.
There were two moving times for me on Friday night. I had planned some “forced” quiet time at the end of the evening. They had a scripture passage and some questions to sit with. There was 20 minutes. And as the youth went to sit on their own… an incredible silence fell over the office. They all were focused. Connecting. (It was stunning!)
Prior to that I also enjoyed it when they all sang along to Good Good Father by Chris Tomlin.
(I didn’t expect that. I played it from my laptop and they just sung in worship. Was brilliant!)
Check out the song here:
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)