Our guest speaker will be parishioner Dr John Seymour who will present a stimulating discussion titled Children, Parents and the Courts.
John will broaden our understandings of the child welfare system and discuss issues such as options available for neglected children and parents.
We hope you will join us for this very interesting discussion.
The group will meet for morning tea at Caph’s, Manuka.
All are welcome to attend, from 10.30am onwards.
The morning tea follows St Paul’s 10 o’clock service which you are most welcome to attend.
Tim Bailey, a volunteer guide at the Australian War Memorial, will lead our group on a private tour there. The focus will be on the galleries concerning the First World War.
Please meet at 10.15am, for a prompt start at 10.30am, in the Orientation Gallery, to the left of the entrance of the War Memorial. The tour will take approximately 2 hours, followed by lunch together at Poppy’s Café. Plenty of parking is available.
Further information can be obtained from Tim, 0420 522 723, or Christine Bollen, 0421 863 088.
Please join us for a discursive talk by Professor Geoffrey Brennan, a well-known academic, Anglican worshipper, and singer. He will speak to us along the lines of Brexit, Trump, and democracy. Having co-authored several books, his current interests centre on philosophy, voting and democratic institutions.
Straight from his post at Duke University, USA, his address will commence at 11am in the Mollison Room. All are welcome to morning tea there, from 10.30am.
Parishioners from St Paul’s and St David’s meet regularly at Le Rendezvous Café, Manuka Court
If you haven’t joined us at these friendly get togethers do try to come along. The morning tea follows St Paul’s 10am service at which you are also most welcome.
The Rev’d John Gibson is this month’s guest speaker. John’s topic for his address is Reaching Out for Purpose and Renewal.
John plans to share with us his experiences over the years with the Order of St Luke’s Healing Ministries, the Franciscan Third Order and the Diocesan’s Historical Society.
We hope you can join us for John’s discussion.
Parishioners from St Paul’s and St David’s will meet at Le Rendezvous Café, Manuka Court. We hope you will be able to join us for this very friendly get-together.
Our morning teas follow St Paul’s 10 o’clock service which you are also most welcome to attend.
This will be St Paul’s Discovery Group’s first 2017 meeting. Our guest speaker, Pari Assadi, has kindly offered to share her experiences of leaving Iran, making a new life in Australia and becoming a Christian.
We invite you to join us for what promises to be a most interesting meeting.
Discovery Group’s final morning tea for 2016 will be held at La Rendezvous Café, Manuka Court.
We hope you will be able to join us at this friendly get-together. Our morning tea follows St Paul’s 10 o’clock service which you are also most welcome to attend.
Discovery Group’s final 2016 meeting will be on Wednesday 16th November and our annual Christmas gathering will be after the meeting. Our guest speaker will be well-known Canberra journalist and author Graham Downie. Graham commenced at the Canberra Times in 1973 where he entertained his audience with columns such as “Consumer Voice” and “Voters Voice” and commentary on religious affairs. We will meet for morning tea at 10.30 and “Our conversation with Graham” will commence at 11 am. Please bring a plate to share after the meeting.