Week starting 7/10/18

Sunday 7th October
10.30am English Language Service in the Church, including the Sacrament of ‘The Lord’s Supper’. Preacher: Rev. Greg Goswell.
10.30am Japanese Language Service in the Bamboo Hall. Preacher: Rev. Yasuyuki Shimizu.
SPECIAL FUNDRAISING LUNCHEON IN SUPPORT OF OMF (CPC. Representatives: Greg Seymour and Jane Lennan)
5.00pm ‘Sunday at 5’ in the Church, including video sermon.

Monday 8th October
7.30pm Young Adults Group at the Milnes’.
NO ‘BOUNDARIES’ MEETINGS UNTIL NOVEMBER
7.30pm Opening Service of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, at the Scot’s Church (cnr. Russell and Collins Streets)

Tuesday 9th October
7.30pm Board of Management Meeting in the Bamboo Hall.

Wednesday 10th October
7.30pm Meeting of Session members in the Bamboo Hall.

Thursday 11th October
7.30pm Home Group at Lemuel and Lilly’s.

Friday 12th October
NO MOTHERS’ BIBLE STUDY MEETING

Saturday 13th October
9.30am Sunday School Teachers’ Meeting in the Bamboo Hall.

Sunday 14th October
10.30am English Language Service in the Church. Preacher: Rev. Crosbie De Kretser.
10.30am Japanese Language Service in the Bamboo Hall. Preacher: Rev. Hideyoshi Kashiwagura.
12.30pm Missions’ Morning Tea. Speaker from the Bible Society.
5.00pm ‘Sunday at 5’ in the Church, including video sermon.

Save the Date!
The church is hosting a Trivia night to raise funds for drought affected farmers, to be held on Saturday evening, 27 October. More details will follow next week.

Christmas Choir
Practices for the Canterbury Christmas Programme will commence NEXT SUNDAY (14 OCTOBER) AT 1.30pm. This year the choir will be presenting a varied programme of Christmas Anthems, and special items, instead of the usual Christmas Canata. Your support and participation in the choir for this programme will be much appreciated. The Christmas Programme will be held on Sunday 16 December at 10.30am. There are only 9 scheduled practices, so please consider your dedicated involvement and also encourage others to be a part of the choir. If you have any queries, please see Brindley.

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