Church news for the week beginning 18th February 2017

This weekend’s Bible Talk

This weekend we welcome Bishop Peter Hayward who will be speaking on the topic ‘A Building that lasts’ from 1 Corinthians chapter 3 verses 5 to 23.

New sermon series

Next weekend we’re kicking off a new five-week series looking at the five Solas of the Reformation. The series is called ‘Five Foundations’.

Mission of the month: Anglicare

Anglicare is our mission of the month. Support this ministry through the ‘Mission Table’ in the Hall.

A new Bible and Prayer gathering

Starting next Saturday, 25th February, 4.00 – 4.45pm (before 5pm church), meeting in the Church Hall. Hearing the Bible, learning in community – you ask your questions, make your comments, praying and caring, reading and prayer guide for personal use at home. Contact Mark on 0438 342 042, or

Kyngdon Catch-up

Roger and Amanda Kyngdon are over here from Western Australia, and will be joining us for a coffee and dessert night to share about their ministry with BCA (The Bush Church Aid). Thursday 23rd February 7.30pm at Oak Flats Anglican.

First Ladies’ Dinner for the year

You are invited to join the ladies of Oak Flats and beyond this Tuesday 21st February to hear Cassie Sharp. 7pm in the church, cost $7. No need to RSVP, just turn up!

Ladies Guild AGM

The Ladies Guild are meeting this Wednesday 22nd February in the church hall at 2pm for their Annual General Meeting.

Combined Leadership Meeting

Saturday, 25th February is our next Combined Leadership meeting at Oak Flats Anglican Church, starting at 8.00am.

Six weeks to the Weekendaway

Don’t miss out on our awesome church retreat on the weekend of the 31st March – 2nd April Our guest speaker is Peter Jensen, former Archbishop of Sydney. It’s time to register!

Giving update

Each week we need to receive $6300.00 in order to meet our commitments. In the last calendar month, our average weekly giving was $5549.00, leaving a gap of $751.00.

Olimometer 2.52

Up to the end of the last calendar month we needed to have received $136,500. Compared to that total we received $122,847, leaving a gap of $13,653.

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 .