Category Archives: Special Events

Special events across the Parish and Diocese

Trading Table

Donations of cakes, biscuits, quiches, soups, jams, chutneys and any craft would be most welcome.

Please come and support one of the outreach programs of our parish which raises funds towards an after school coaching program for refugees and migrants in Canberra.

See Catherine Böhm for further information and if you would like to help.

CES Talk

Rule of Law or ruled by law?

Gerard Horton, an Australian barrister and Salwa Duaibis, a Palestinian citizen of Israel will be talking about children in Israeli military detention for Christians for an Ethical Society.

Gerald and Salwa are founders and directors of Military Court Watch. They were part of the Four Corners Walkley winning documentary Stone Cold Justice.

Morning tea

Morning tea on the 5th August. There will be a special morning tea to farewell Brian and Jane
on 5th August after the 9am service.

All welcome. Please bring a small plate with finger food, such as sandwiches, small cakes, asparagus rolls, etc. Please bring your food on disposable plates and no hot food please.

This will take place in the upstairs hall at St Paul’s.

Service of Repentance for Refugees

Come join us at St Paul’s as we turn to God for forgiveness for our nation’s treatment of Refugees.

The service will be led by our Rector, the Venerable Dr Brian Douglas, with the sermon delivered by the Rev’d. Peter Malone and will have Robert Goodrick assisting on the organ.

St David’s Soup, Pie and Movie night

We will be meeting at St David’s at 6pm on 22th June, to watch the movie Hidden Figures, about African-American women working at NASA during the space race.

Please contact Helen Clarke on 0411 891 123 if you wish to provide a soup or sweet.

Donations will be accepted on the night for Safe Shelter.

CES Talk

Elizabeth Farrelly, writer, columnist, thinker and author will be CES’s next presenter.

She will talk about Springs of Hope – rethinking the vertical.

All welcome, entry by donation.