Church news for the week beginning 12th February 2022

OUR SERMON

This weekend we will be continuing our series ‘Messiah Masterclass’ in Matthew Chapter 19 as Jodie McNeill preaches to us from God’s word about ‘The Problem of the Heart’.

NATIONAL CHURCH LIFE SURVEY

We and most other churches across the country are participating in the National Church Life Survey (NCLS). It is preferred that you complete the survey online, or you may prefer to fill in a paper form.

KBECET SERVICE

You are invited to attend the KBECET Commissioning Service for Wicky, our Kiama High School Scripture Teacher. It will be held next Sunday 20th February at 2pm at St Peter’s and Paul’s Church, Kiama.

MOTHER’S UNION CONFERENCE

The Mother’s Union Conference is on Friday 25th Feb 9:30am-2pm. It is for all women who nurture or care for others, whether their own children or grandchildren or as missional mums in our church. 

JO’S COMMISSIONING SERVICE

Jo our friend from the Middle East is having her commissioning service next Saturday the 19th February at 2pm. Join us as we tune in live from our hall.

MORNING PRAYER

Join us at 7am every day (except Sunday) at zoom.jamberooanglican.com as we gather to read the Bible, pray, and encourage each other as the new day dawns.

FEBRUARY BOOK OF THE MONTH

We are kicking book of the month back off this February with ‘A Praying Life’ by Paul E. Miller. If you find it hard to spend time talking to God in prayer and want to grow in your prayerfulness, then give this a read! You can grab a copy here.

AGM

Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at 7pm Tuesday 8th March. Nomination forms will be available shortly, so please prayerfully consider who might best serve us as Parish Councillor or Warden.

FAMILY NEWS

BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK

Christine Buurman
Jono Beazley
Karen Mion
Jemma Leigh

GIVING UPDATE

Each week we need to receive $4800.00 in order to meet our commitments. Last month, our average weekly giving was $4252.00, leaving a gap of $548.00. Up to the end of the last calendar month we needed to have received $124,800. Compared to that total we received $110,775, leaving a gap of $14,025.

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 NEW details. Account name: Jamberoo Anglican Church. Account number: 356831. BSB: 032605.

To give to our tax-deductible MTS Scholars Fund to support our apprentice youth minister, head to mts.com.au/give/jamberoo-anglican-church/