This weekend we continue our Matthew series as Jodie speaks to us from chapter 18 on the topic ‘Humility and Forgiveness’.
After our 5pm Saturday service we’ll be having dinner, and after our 9am Sunday service we’ll be enjoying brunch together.
As long as you are feeling well and are not awaiting the results of a Covid-19 test, you can attend in person, regardless of your vaccination status, making sure you wear a face mask (unless under 12 or exempted).
We can seat 68 people (plus workers) in the church and 90 people in the hall (to watch the livestream in-person,) and both services will offer a special children’s program (with plenty of time outdoors) which will commence approximately half-an-hour into the service.
Or, for the time being you might like to continue to participate through our livestream by going to watch.jamberooanglican.com.
Here are the questions Jodie plans to answer:
1 How did the disciples know what Moses and Elijah looked like?
2 Did Moses and Elijah appear as ghosts, angels or as actual humans?
3 Since the disciples’ faith was so small, what is our faith like?
4 Is faith different to trust, and what place does faith have in our personal salvation?
5 Why do we say that humans can choose God when God doesn’t choose everyone?
6 Is it fair that God chooses some people but not others?
7 If sickness comes from living in a sinful world, then are illnesses a sin?
8 Do illnesses and disabilities come from demonic possession?
9 Did Jesus ever misplace his stuff?
We’re really looking forward to seeing you this weekend!