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.
Film Screening: For the Love of God — how the church is better and worse than you imagined.
Please book online here.
The EfM group is attending.
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.
Special service. There will be a service to recognise the 30 years of work at the Verandah and to give thanks for it on Sunday 17th June at 3 pm at Canberra Baptist Church.
A day of mostly classical music from some of Canberra’s finest musicians at All Saints’ Anglican Church, Ainslie.
Entry by donation.
Proceeds to three refugee organisations.
During Refugee Week, a special screening of Human Flow, a film made by the famous Chinese dissident artist Ai Wei Wei, will take place. The film was made in 23 locations world-wide where refugees are sheltering.
Tickets are $20 per person or $35 for a pair.
All profits will go to St Paul’s and St David’s projects for refugee welfare.
Bookings can be made, with payment, to Elizabeth King, Peter Malone, Robert Goodrick, Claudia Hyles and Ingrid Moses, for more details, please call 0418 876 266 or email.
Talk on Changing the National Agenda for First Nations and the Role People of Faith Can Play.
The keynote speaker is Senator Patrick Dodson, Shadow Assistant Minister Indigenous Affairs and Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders and Senator for Western Australia.
RSVP: Monday 7th May, Midday.
Enquiries: 0484 355 786 (Tuesday 9:00 – 4:30) or email.
Online booking and payment by credit card is required for seating and catering purposes.
The congregation of St Paul’s will be joined by members of the Order of St John of Jerusalem.
Bishop Richard Hurford, the Sub-Prelate of the Order, will be the celebrant and preacher. As there will be a large number of Knights of the Order processing we will need to rope off seats on the lectern side of the church.
Apologies for any inconvenience.
The service will be followed by a cuppa. All welcome. To promote the healing ministry OSL is distributing free of charge two books written by Bishop Owen Dowling.
Further information available from the Chaplain, Fr John Gibson.