This weekend we continue our Matthew series as Jodie speaks to us from chapter 13 on the topic ‘Parables of the Kingdom’.
If you are feeling well, are not awaiting the results of a Covid-19 test, and do not live in Greater Sydney (including Shellharbour and Wollongong LGAs) then you can attend in person, regardless of your vaccination status.
You must wear a face mask (unless under 12 or exempted) and refrain from congregational singing, and we can seat 34 people (plus workers) in the church and 45 people in the hall to watch the livestream in-person.
Both services will offer a separate children’s program (with plenty of time outside) which will commence approximately half-an-hour into the service.
So, whether you’re online or in-person, we are so thankful that we continue to be together as we travel the roadmap to returning to ‘normal’ church.
To join us via our livestream head to watch.jamberooanglican.com.
Here are the questions Jodie plans to answer this weekend:
1 Do Jews still think the Messiah is coming?
2 Whose grain did the disciples eat?
3 How many Pharisees were there, and why do they show up everywhere?
4 Why did Sheba have a queen not a king?
5 How did Jesus make money to buy food?
6 Did Jesus make up the parables on the spot?
7 Would Jesus have taken the Covid-19 vaccine?
8 What do Jesus’ hand shapes on the stained glass windows represent?