church news

God is alive and well.

The ever-present awareness and cloud of the virus in no way extinguishes God’s power, love and faithfulness.
The following testimony has been provided by John Lansdowne with the request that it be shared with the whole congregation.

To the CCD congregation:
In February last year, there was a tumour the size of a man’s fist in the top of my right lung. The past eighteen months of my life have been pervaded by the cloud of lung cancer. I sought prayer for healing and God heard and acted. He appointed skilled, kind and caring physicians, He provided these physicians with access to effective treatments, He gave me the support of my ever loving wife, and He gave me hope.
Scans conducted on 31st July 2020 show that there is no cancer. I’m healed; my entire body is cancer free.
I wish to take this opportunity to proclaim what God has done.
I wish to thank you, the CCD folk for your support and for your faithful prayers. The prayer blanket created by Janet and added to by many, comforts me during the night. Thank you
John Lansdowne

The words of Isaiah (60:1-3) in this context are apt ‘Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord is risen upon you.’ Now is not a time for shrinking back or hiding away (though rightly observing physical distance and isolation as required). It is a time for confidently affirming and declaring God’s goodness amid any and every situation that life throws our way. Praise the Lord, O my soul. Forget not all his benefits! Ps 103

 

This Sunday Online

This Sunday please join us on line as Greg Salter shares from his heart and the Lord’s heart a powerful and timely message for us all. Read Matthew 28:16-20 and Mark 4:35-41 prayerfully in preparation.

Help for those in need

We give thanks to God for Jill Jeanes’ initiative in preparing ‘care packs’ for those in need. If you are aware of someone doing it hard, please let Jill know, or if you would like to contribute to multiply this work, please contact Jill.

Tanzania Covid Appeal

The Tanzania Covid Appeal stands at $14,600. Please spread the word and ask the Father to help the goal of $25000 to be reached for the benefit of the people of Tanzania. You can give here.

CCD Praise and Worship service on zoom

The new Praise and Worship service on zoom commences Sunday week, 23 August at 5pm! Watch out for the link which will be emailed next week.

Emotionally Healthy Relationships

The Emotionally Healthy Relationships course to help us to Love people wellwill commence the week of 4 Oct in Term 4. 2 min course Promo here and Registrations now open: Details here

Pray for Others

Please pray for S, having treatment for prostate cancer, R (upcoming surgery) and B for healing, peace and effective medical and practical assistance. Pray for N, nursing in aged care under great stress; for J recovering from a shoulder operation. Pray for E, giving thanks that she is home, and pray for the return of enduring strength to her legs. Continue praying for complete healing and recovery for C, A, J, P, S, L, C, A.

Give thanks for good news for J, R and F in their health journeys this week. Pray for God’s continuing comfort for R and for N – for grace upon N’s witness to the people of her retirement village in great need of Jesus as she has requested. Pray for Mecka leading the covid fight in Tanzania and for his family here in Australia; for Greenwood Mews and Manor – that the love of Christ touch and open many hearts to his grace and goodness. Pray for the people of Dingley Village, all who run businesses and for medical clinics and care workers.

Pray with Others

You are invited to join others in prayer on Saturdays 8-9amhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/88927972204
 
and /or Wednesdays 12-1pm https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84116495488

Do pray for and ring somebody today and help make their day!

God bless you.

Wayne – also on behalf of Tanya and the staff at CCD.

CHURCH NEWS

Where do you find your Hope?

What a privilege that in the midst of constantly changing restrictions and circumstances we are indwelt by the God of hope. I heard a quote yesterday from theologian Jurgen Moltmann who reasoned that since God is the God of the future as well as the past and present, he is in the future ahead of us, and he goes with us into the future. So, full of uncertainty as the future may be for us now, God has it and us in hand. He is there to greet us in it, as well as accompanying us on the way toward it.
Paul writes of this hope: ‘I pray that God, who is the source of hope, will fill you completely with joy and peace because you trust in him. Then you will overflow with confident hope through the power of the Holy Spirit.’ Roms 15:13

And this hope is not for ourselves alone…

John Pilbrow has contributed the following scripture and thought for our reflection.
But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare.    (Jeremiah 29:7)
What this speaks to me [John] is that we pray for everyone, particularly at this time. As Christians we are required to do our bit for the benefit of all. In other words, we Christians are not to think of ourselves as a sort of protected enclave. We’re all in this together!

Please join in the following prayer…

Our Bishop’s Covid 19 Prayer

 O God our heavenly Father,
Your son, the Lord Jesus Christ, is the Great Physician, who healed the sick, cured the blind and deaf and raised the dead, and who, throughout all history, holds dominion over disease and death:
In your mercy to this world, arrest and eradicate this coronavirus. Heal the afflicted and comfort those who have suffered from this scourge; so that those who suffer may know your healing heart and hand, that those who are anxious or burdened may know your comfort and peace that passes understanding, that the watching world may know your sovereign authority, prevailing power, mercy, and grace, and that all may come to know, love and worship you; we ask in the name of Jesus, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

CHURCH OFFICE CLOSED BUT STAFF ACTIVE – ONLINE AND PHONE

With Stage 4 restrictions no staff are permitted to work from the church office, nor anyone be on site for any reason. That means no drop offs of any goods or any gardening work. Permitted exceptions are the staff team of no more than five people pre-recording the weekly service on Thursday afternoons and the essential service provided by Emergency Resources on Wednesdays.
Staff will all be available, however, working from home at their usual times on mobile phone and email. Mairead works Mon, Weds and Lisette: Tues, Thurs and have access to office email. Tanya’s day off is Sat and Wayne’s is Friday.
Currently our talented admin staff – Lisette and Mairead – are busy implementing a new online Church Management System that will greatly improve the storing and accessibility of information for staff and ministry leaders as well as congregation, integrating all data and info systems into one place with increased capacity for innovation.

Tanya is focussed on getting the new zoom service happening this month alongside her prolific pastoral contact, EHS group and preaching duties.

Wayne is organising the follow up course-Emotionally Healthy Relationships -planned for Term 4 – as well as facilitating two current EHS groups. Communication with staff and leaders is constant for us both and admin is always demanding attention. One project most will be unaware of is major repair to our downstairs meeting area which was damaged by a blocked toilet overflow brought on by the freeway works nearby. Their insurance will cover all costs. Carpet and contaminated plaster has been removed, hygiene testing done and builders will soon be on site commencing repair work.

Josie has all the finance numbers doing her bidding and Baden is keeping the youth and children engaged on Friday nights (yth) and Sundays (kids). Don’t miss Baden at his creative best on youtube this Sunday and Tanya has put in another ripper of a message for this Sunday from John 15:1-17.
And the amazing Jessica has produced a brand new CCD website design ripe to launch. Watch this space!

New Zoom Praise & Prayer Service with Holy Communion.

As mentioned last week, it is planned to commence an informal service of Praise and Prayer via Zoom on the fourth Sunday of each month and you are warmly invited to be part of it!

This will start on Sunday 23 August at 5pm. It will incorporate live worship and invite interaction in the sharing of prophetic words and testimony. A link will be provided in that week’s email and all are welcome. The service will aim to run for an hour. Please pray for Tanya as she gathers a team for this new service and feel free to contact Tanya to help or for further details.

Learning to Love Well through ‘Emotionally Healthy Relationships’

Keep an eye out for our follow up course to EHS, Part 2 of ‘Emotionally Healthy Discipleship’ called ‘Emotionally Healthy Relationships’.
It is not necessary for people to have done EHS to register for EHR. All are welcome.
Starting the first week of Term 4 in Oct. See 2 min promo here.

Maddv Longlife Milk

Please take direct to Neighbourhood Centre Weds mornings – 9-11am
Those willing to assist as volunteers – please contact Marion on 0429857509.
 

Further Prayer needs

Please pray for S, having treatment for prostate cancer, B and R for healing, peace and effective medical assistance. Pray for N, nursing in aged care under great stress; for J  following a complex operation on a damaged shoulder. Pray for E, giving thanks that she is home, and pray for the return of enduring strength to her legs. Continue praying for complete healing and recovery for C, A, J, J, J, P and S, L and F, C, A. Pray for God’s comfort for Roger and for N – for grace upon N’s witness to the people of her retirement village in great need of Jesus as she has requested. Pray for Greenwood Mews and Manor, for the love of Christ to touch and open many hearts to his grace and goodness.

All are welcome to join in prayer on zoom for those above and other matters:
Saturday 8-9am Prayer MeetingLink    Weds Midday Prayer MeetingLink

God bless you,

Wayne on behalf also of Tanya and the staff team.

 

church news

Covid Considerations and Zoom

We are exploring different ways for us to meet for worship in addition to our Sunday pre-recording. We are also considering bringing people together in various groupings to just connect and catch up with each other. All this presumes the ability to do so online, with Zoom seeming to be the most accessible vehicle for this to happen.
I would like to recommend that those who have not yet done so, please install zoom on your computer or device. It is free and is easily found via Google. Just follow the prompts or ring someone for help. This will enable us to initiate interactive ways for us to meet and to worship.

Marriage Course

A great opportunity to strengthen your marriage is the Alpha Marriage Course. Over seven Monday nights online, starting 3 August you are welcome to join locally well-known Baptist Pastor Bill Brown and his wife Julia for this highly recommended marriage ‘in-service’. Details here.

Tanzania Covid Appeal Update

It is exciting to see this appeal continue to creep up. It now stands at $13,975! Thank you for your generosity, which is shared by the people of Craigieburn and other ARDFA supporters. Please pray for further momentum to reach our goal of $25000 and pray for Mecka and his Covid strategy team in their work of education and prevention of the spread of this disease. You can give here.
 

MADDV – Serving those in need in Dingley
Thankfully, there is somewhere to go for those doing it hard during Covid.
Financial assistance can be received through Make a Difference, Dingley Village. However, Marion of MADDV is desperate for volunteers to assist her in this work as volunteer numbers have recently reduced.
The work is safe as distancing and masks are mandatory. If you have availability of a Weds morning between 9-11 for one day a month or fortnight and would like the joy of making a difference in the lives of people in need, please contact Marion on 0429857509. Thank you!
Thank you too for those continuing to provide Long Life milk for weekly distribution by MADDV. Why not make 4 cartons of milk a regular part of your shopping list as a $5 investment to bless someone in need? God bless you, kind people of CCD.

Prayers
We give thanks for the testimony to Jesus of EH’s life and pray for R and his family in their loss. Please also pray for JS in hospital for tests and operation on a torn shoulder ligament following a fall today. Pray for E, giving thanks that she is home, and pray for the return of strength to her legs in a way that lasts. Continue praying for complete healing and recovery for C, A, JH, J, P and S. Pray for God’s comfort for N and grace upon her witness to the people of her retirement village in great need of Jesus as she has requested.
This Sunday’s Service
This Sunday Tanya brings us another riveting message on a topic that is deceptively simple, yet life changing for those game enough to put it into practice. Chp 6 of the Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Course is ‘Discover the Rhythm of the Daily Office and Sabbath’. Have your bible ready with Daniel 6:6-10 and Exodus 20:1-17 with an openness to hear from God and joyfully obey!
 
God bless you and ‘see’ you Sunday.
 
Wayne and Tanya and the staff at CCD.

 

CHURCH NEWS

Greetings in Christ’s name,
 
In our service this week we move into chp 5 of the Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Course – ‘Enlarge your Soul through Grief and Loss.’ The reading is from Matthew 26:36-44: Jesus’ prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane.
Honest heartfelt prayer in times of grief, leading to surrender to God’s purposes, helps us to experience God’s comfort and strength, and in time to grow in compassion for others in their suffering.

Bless you Christ Church Dingley for the outpouring of your love and support of Roger and his precious family in this time of their loss. We give thanks to the Lord for the gift of Evelyn’s time among us, her generous spirit and her deep faith in the Lord Jesus – he who is the Resurrection and the Life!
 

Helping our Wider Community

MADDV are in urgent need of volunteer helpers for their Wednesday distribution of food vouchers and utility payments, 9-11am. Required skills are a welcoming and kind smile and attentiveness to each person who comes in with ability to follow simple instructions. Please contact Marion Harriden 0429 857 509 if you are able to assist.

 We are also still collecting Long Life Milk weekly for MADDV to distribute to needy families. They have experienced a great increase in people seeking assistance over the last few months. These can still be left in the porch at CCD – though please do so on your way from a shopping trip or in conjunction with another valid cause to be out and about. Thank you for your kindness and generosity.

Hands at Work – Please see the brief personalised message to Christ Church Dingley from a member of the Hands at Work team.

https://vimeo.com/432110440/a36372359b

Pray for African youth reached by Hands at Work who are currently without the protective structure and purpose of school attendance.
 

Prayers for members of our parish in need

Roger and family, Carol Splade, Arlene, Eunice, Jean Hughes, Patricia, John, Steven, Lucy, Chris Moore and Terry DeFry.
Please continue to pray for one another – you might like to use the Parish Directory to pray through a page a day. Then follow God’s prompting to ring someone you have prayed for.

Our Bishop’s Covid 19 Prayer

O God our heavenly Father,
Your son, the Lord Jesus Christ, is the Great Physician, who healed the sick, cured the blind and deaf and raised the dead, and who, throughout all history, holds dominion over disease and death:
In your mercy to this world, arrest and eradicate this coronavirus. Heal the afflicted and comfort those who have suffered from this scourge; so that those who suffer may know your healing heart and hand, that those who are anxious or burdened may know your comfort and peace that passes understanding, that the watching world may know your sovereign authority, prevailing power, mercy, and grace, and that all may come to know, love and worship you; we ask in the name of Jesus, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever.
Amen.
 

TMA Newstand and TMA
The latest Global Christian News can be read

here.

 and July’s edition of TMA can be read

here.

God bless you all,

Wayne on behalf also of Tanya and the CCD staff team.

 

lockdown 2.0

As I write we are in the first day of the return to Stage 3 restrictions. This will be devastating for many, especially in business and job loss, and a cause of grief and anxiety as families and friends are once again kept at a distance, especially in times of grief. Our Bishop has supplied us with a suggested prayer to help us uphold others at this time.

O God our heavenly Father,
Your son, the Lord Jesus Christ, is the Great Physician, who healed the sick, cured the blind and deaf and raised the dead, and who, throughout all history, holds dominion over disease and death:
In your mercy to this world, arrest and eradicate this coronavirus. Heal the afflicted and comfort those who have suffered from this scourge; so that those who suffer may know your healing heart and hand, that those who are anxious or burdened may know your comfort and peace that passes understanding, that the watching world may know your sovereign authority, prevailing power, mercy, and grace, and that all may come to know, love and worship you; we ask in the name of Jesus, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever.
Amen.

Grace and peace in Christ Jesus,
Bishop Paul

In our service this week Tanya picks up the theme of Chp 4 of the Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Course – ‘Journey through the Wall’. The reading is from Genesis 22:1-18: The testing of Abraham over his son Isaac.
May Abraham’s example of faith inspire us in our trust in God through the testing times upon our state and world at present.
 
The Tanzanian Covid Appeal remains open through July as we press toward the goal of $25,000. Our aim is to resource the Anglican Church of Tanzania in its strategic response to the danger presented by Covid 19 to its nation. With recent generous gifts the current total stands at $12,675. ($9000 of which has already been sent to Tanzania). There is still time to give if you haven’t already, as we praise God for the wider response that has brought us this far.

We are also still collecting Long Life Milk weekly for MADDV to distribute to needy families. They have experienced a great increase in people seeking assistance over the last few months. These can be left in the porch at CCD – though please do so on your way from a shopping trip or in conjunction with another valid cause to be out and about!

Missionary News and Prayer

We have recently received the following newsletters to guide our prayers for Tavis and Kate Beer (CMS Missionaries in Darwin) here, and from Hands at Work Africa here. Please also keep Rev Mecka Ogunde in your prayers as he oversees Covid prevention and education in Tanzania.
 

Prayers for those in various need

E, A, JH and JH, P, J, S, L, CM, T Df, J, R and MML and N.

While we can now not meet in person at all, we all the more depend on our phone contact and church facebook site, instagram, txt message, What’s App and email.
Consider meeting with others over zoom, as our prayer and Connect and EHS course groups are doing. It is free to install and 40 minute meetings can be had for no cost.
You can meet with a number of people at a time as long as they have email addresses and even include others on audio by phone.

I draw your attention again to the church directory which has been sent out and hard copies are obtainable from the church (while you drop off milk!) as a guide to your regular prayers for one another and a prompt for connecting.

While we cannot meet physically as church, we can find ways to still be the Church for each other and for the Lord.

God bless you, and ‘see’ you Sunday.

Wayne,  on behalf also of Tanya and the staff team at CCD.

church news

As the lockdown increases in certain suburbs of Melbourne, moves toward worship services opening in various parishes have stalled. Our focus has been to concentrate on the resumption of small groups meeting in person while observing distancing, sanitising hands and cleaning commonly touched surfaces.

The current interpretation of restrictions from the Bishop is that groups of 20 can meet in any one undivided space for religious purposes. Prayer meetings (interestingly) are restricted to ten people when meeting in person. Our Saturday Morning Prayer meeting is by Zoom. All are welcome.
The link to join this time is here.

Weds midday prayers meet in the Church. Please let Wayne know if you intend to come so that we ensure we do not exceed ten people. Currently we have 6-8 people attending.

Op Shop is not yet ready to open and is still not receiving donations of goods during this time of Covid restrictions.

The Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Course has about 36 attending on a Weds night spread across three separate spaces. Thurs has 13 attending across two separate spaces. Parish Council meets via Zoom as have been Connect Groups prior to the school holidays. A small team of 4-5 meet Thurs afternoons to record Sunday’s service. 

Two mid-week hire groups are returning to the church for Term 3.
This gives you a bit of a picture of the activity around the church at present.

this week

This Sunday’s service theme introduces Chapter 3 of the EHS book and course – ‘Going Back in order to Go Forward’ which touches on the impact of our past on our present. It invites us to step into the freedom that God has made possible for us. The Scripture passage is Genesis 50:15-21. You may like to become familiar with the background to this passage which is the story of Joseph told in Genesis chapters 37-50.

We are blessed to have as our preacher this week Mr David Kranjec.

Finances

We thank God and congratulate everyone for the faithful tithing and generous giving that continues to sustain the ministries and operation of the parish. June’s Offering averaged – $4751 per week – exceeding our revised budget figure of $4500. The Care & Share Fund received $980. This fund makes possible assistance to those who find themselves in urgent financial need. Please speak to Wayne if you are aware of anyone who might qualify for such assistance. Help with vouchers for food and utilities is available from MADDV on Weds mornings at the Neighbourhood Centre in Dingley or with food from Emergency Resources here at CCD from 10am-2pm every Weds during School Term.

 

 

Tanzania appeal

This appeal has so far reached $11,875 from sources within and beyond CCD. We praise God and pray for continued response to this need toward our Goal of $25,000. Please pray for Mecka as he oversees the use of this money and the program of education and prevention being carried out by the Tanzanian Anglican Church through its network of Hospitals, Health Centres, Schools and Parishes.

prayer

Please continue to uphold those recovering from surgery or undergoing various treatment – A, E, JH and JH, P, J, S, L, CM and TDf.
In our missionary cycle of prayer please continue to pray for East Africa, in such desperate plight from drought, locusts, flooding on top of Covid. Pray for ‘Hands at Work’ and for Barnabas Fund as they respond to this crisis. Pray for Mecka and the Anglican Church and people of Tanzania.

TMA

The latest edition of TMA can be viewed here. Some hard copies are available in the church foyer. TMA Newstand with Global Christian news can be accessed here.

God bless you as you continue to reach out and care for one another.
‘See’ you all Sunday. See some of you also at the Bishop’s online service this weekend.
 
Wayne on behalf also of Tanya and our staff team.

 

reaching out with

christ’s compassion

Thank you to all those who provided winter warmth for the local homeless.

Please see the Cornerstone newsletter here with photo and acknowledgment of your efforts. We are advised that this has provided enough clothing for current needs and requested not to bring any more at this stage.  
Thanks too for those providing Longlife milk which is an ongoing weekly need through MADDV. Thanks also to those keeping the Asylum Seeker trolley of non-perishable foods well stocked.
We also thank God for the generosity of Dingley Thai who via Tanya have been providing meals to needy folk at the MADDV distribution and through other channels. You may consider lunching there through the week or weekend as a thanks for their partnership in this work.
It is great to see our church community and local community working together to meet needs through the compassion of Christ.
At the global level our Tanzanian appeal has now topped $10,000 with the first $9000 having been already received by the Anglican Church of Tanzania for their work of education and prevention of the spread of Covid 19 in that nation. Donations can be made through CCD or directly through ARDFA – here

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Course is Underway!

We are delighted to report that the EHS course has begun with 46 people attending in six small groups last Weds and Thurs. Another 15 people are registered and yet to commence or following the course independently because of their circumstances. Please pray for those leading and participating and those preaching weekly messages, that we will be diligent in making the most of this opportunity with the Holy Spirit’s help and that God will meet with us all as he promises. ‘Draw near to God and he will draw near to you.’ James 4:8

Preaching this Sunday

Preaching this week moves into EHS Chapter 2 – ‘Know yourself that you may know God’ (which could equally and rightly be said as ‘Know God that you may know yourself’) illustrated in the life of David – 1 Samuel 17:26-45. Tanya brings us a powerful message on this theme in this Sunday’s online service – not to be missed!

Prayers

We praise God that A is home from her surgery which she is describing as a miracle. Pray for continued full recovery, also for E, our two J’s, P, J, S, L, C and T, all recovering from surgery or injury or currently undergoing treatment.
In our missionary cycle of prayer please pray this week for SS and G S – church planting at Mill Park. S’s latest prayer letter is here. Please also pray for East Africa, in such desperate plight from drought, locusts and flooding on top of Covid. Pray for ‘Hands at Work’ and for Barnabas Fund as they respond to this crisis.

God bless you. Please pick up the phone and call someone to encourage them and ask RUOK? or pause to pray (see your Church Directory – hard copy available at CCD rear table). You can make a difference!

The Lord is with you.

In Christ’s love, Wayne, Tanya and the staff team at CCD.

The Goodness of God

Psalm 81 has been drawn to my attention this week by a member of our Saturday prayer group.
 
This psalm is full of wonderful promise of God’s generosity to his people, proven by what he has done in the past. It calls us to sing and shout his praises. It also expresses God’s grief and longing and rebuke to his people that they so often inextricably choose other gods from the One who continues to offer them such abundant blessing and satisfaction. It is a call to listen, with the promise that if we open wide our mouth (I think of a baby bird in the nest) he will fill it!
 
I commend the psalm to you as I commend to you also the Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Course – which is itself an invitation to listen, and to open wide our mouths in eager expectation.
Through Covid – though we do not attribute its practical cause to God – I believe God is seeking to get the world’s, and the Church’s, attention. We dare not miss this window of opportunity to listen to God and to join him in what he is seeking to do in us, and through us for the world Jesus gave his life for.
 

 EHS Course Options for Participation

I praise God that participation in the course which starts this week is now close to fifty persons! Sunday sermons will introduce the theme of each week of the course, beginning this Sunday. If you cannot make Weds nights or Thurs noon, there is the option of participating on Zoom! Please let me know if you would like to take this up. 
There is also the option of purchasing the course books (audio available on request) or just the main text to follow along even if not engaged with a group.
It is not too late to join. Please phone/text myself or email me or the office over the weekend or by Monday at the latest to arrange pick up of books. Payment can be made electronically to CCD indicating ‘for EHS’. (Account details below).
 

For our Prayers

Give thanks for successful surgery for JL and also A this week, praying for their complete recovery and relief from pain. Continue prayer for E in rehab for recovery of strength in her legs and peace of heart and mind facing the future; for continuing recovery for JH, SC and L; for AF and T following falls. Give thanks for R’s clean bill of health and continue prayers for P, JH and all who face ongoing treatments.
In our mission cycle, please pray for JA and initiatives of Rite Mentoring to engage with youth in the general community, alongside their approaches to schools; and for TP and AP with YWAM. For their latest news, please click here.
 

Finances

We thank God for CCD’s successful application for the Govt Business Grant of $10,000!
Also the Melbourne Diocese has granted parishes a reduction in their Annual Assessment (the Diocesan tax on parishes) worth a further $10,000. This is a great encouragement alongside the continued faithful giving of members of this parish that has kept pace with our revised budget figure. (For EFT giving please see below.)

Church Account Details: Bendigo Bank – BSB 633000, Acc. 149484024.

Bless you all, and bless the Lord who is our generous provider in all things!
(Check again Psalm 81!)

Every blessing as we join online for worship this Sunday morning and in all that the Lord has placed in your hands.

Wayne