Author Archives: Christopher Deane

Refugee Support Emergency Linen Cupboard

We have received many wonderful donations of household linen and warm rugs and blankets over recent weeks.

Thank you so much to all donors. The recipients greatly appreciate your generosity. Further donations are always welcome.

For more details contact Claudia Hyles (6295 3578) or Elizabeth King (6282 3584).

Save the date!

Save the date. 18 to 20 October. The Rev’d Simon Reed, one of the three guardians of the Community of Aidan and Hilda (Lindisfarne), will be visiting our parish.

We will be sharing in some workshops, seminars and worship with a focus on community, Celtic spirituality and how we relate to our environment as people of faith.

Carers information

The CIT has free Skills for Carers courses for people who are unpaid carers (including family members). Brochures about the latest courses are available at the back of the church.

Guided Eucharist

On Friday 13 September there will be a Guided Eucharist. This will be suitable for people who would like to learn more about the way we worship.

Those who attended the session in August are welcome to attend this session also as it will have some different material included.

Reconciliation and our church

Interested in Reconciliation and our church?

If you are interested in working with like-minded people to recommend how our parish might assist us to become known as a welcoming and culturally inclusive Anglican community, which has been able to build strong, respectful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, please contact Ann Skamp (0427 368 195 or email) or Les Böhm, (0407031736 or email).

Please come to our group’s first meeting: Friday 23 August, from 12.30 to 2pm at St Paul’s.

Refugee Support Emergency Linen Cupboard

We have received many wonderful donations of household linen and warm rugs and blankets over recent weeks. Thank you so much to all donors.

The recipients greatly appreciate your generosity.

Further donations are always welcome. For more details contact Claudia Hyles (6295 3578) or Elizabeth King (6282 3584).

Mission in Action Update

We have made an excellent start to our new Project supporting the work of ABM with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

To date we have raised $6,665 towards our target of $15,000 p.a. over two years.

This is great! A big Thank You to all our donors.

Please make further donations:

  • as cash or cheque in a marked envelope in the Offertory
  • by direct deposit to: A/c name: Manuka St Pauls Anglican Church (Mission in Action); BSB: 702-389; A/c no: 05209954.

Please include your name in either case. Thank you, MiA Committee.

Memorial book

The memorial book will shortly be sent to the calligrapher to have additional names added. If you might like an entry in the book, please contact the Rector or office for further information.