Church news for the week beginning 23rd April 2016

This weekend’s Bible Talk

This weekend Graham Errington will be speaking to us on the topic, ‘No Answer’ from Luke chapter 23 verses 1 to 12.

Mission of the month: KBECET

KBECET (Kiama Board for Employing Christian Education Teachers) is our mission of the month. Throughout this month you can support this ministry by purchasing gifts from the ‘Mission Table’ in the Hall.

Men’s Dinner

You’re invited to join the men of Oak Flats and beyond on Tuesday 3rd May to hear Matthew Meek speak. 6.30pm at the Central Hotel Function Room, Shellharbour. RSVP mensdinner@oakflatsanglican.com or 0439 561 373.

Countdown to ‘Come Alive Week’

It’s only three weeks until we welcome a team of twenty theological students from Moore College to join with us for a week of mission to the communities of Oak Flats and Jamberoo from the 14th to the 22nd May. Please be praying! If you are able to help by hosting one or more students to live in your home with you for that week, please indicate on a comment card or email office@jamberooanglican.com.

Managing Conflict Training Course

A new 8-week training course, “Resolving Everyday Conflict” will be starting Thursday 28th April, at the Oak Flats Church from 9.30am – 10.30am. All are welcome. Please contact Julie Hayward if you wish to attend, julie.hayward@oakflatsanglican.com or 0415 297 381.

Gong Men’s Day – save the date

Join us on Saturday 18th June, 8.30am to 2pm, or 5pm to 9.30pm at Dapto Anglican for a great day of teaching and encouragement for the men of our region.

Working Bee – 30th April

We’re going to get the whole church and hall setup in time for the Moore Mission. So, join us this Saturday 30th April at 8am at the church to help us make the place look great.

Giving update

Each week we need to receive $4626.00 in order to meet our commitments. In the last calendar month, our average weekly giving was $5018.00, leaving a gap of $-392.00.

Olimometer 2.52

Up to the end of the last calendar month we needed to have received $187,200. Compared to that total we received $171,752, leaving a gap of $15,448.

Olimometer 2.52

Electronic giving is a great way to give! It helps us prayerfully plan our giving, and then the bank will help us keep that commitment, even when we may be unable to attend. To give by direct transfer then these are the details. Account name: Church of England Jamberoo. Account number: 10081274. BSB: 062562 .