Saturday 3rd November 2018 at Magill Church of Christ (61 St Bernards Road Magill) Devonshire tea • Korean food • Sausage sizzle • Cakes and slices Jams and preserves • Bric-a-brac, pre loved clothing and books Jewellery, crafts and gifts • face painting. Entertainment by One50 Dance, Sing Australia, Korean Song n Dance Troupe and Chicago Band. Disability parking available on site.
Friends and past members are invited to join us at our 66th Church Anniversary.
10:30am Morning Tea
11:00am Worship Together
12:30 Shared Lunch
We are having a Church Working Bee Saturday 18th August from 8.30am - 11.30am aprox if anyone can help.
Repairs / painting to air conditioner bulkheads in the church. Clean air vents.
Wall / ceiling / cornice repairs/ touch up / paint in church.
Check / Tighten all playground equipment bolts
General cleanup to church and grounds before our Anniversary Service weekend.
Contact : Anthony Bennett for more info 0429698047
Family Board Games Night.
Come and enjoy a night playing old family favourites or even try some new games.
Saturday 15th September
6.30pm-9pm at magill church of christ
$10 door entry (includes board games & paella dinner)
Bring gold coins for side games, coffee, tea & pancakes.
To rsvp see sign up sheet on church notice board or contact Melinda Brock on 0421 319 520.
Magarey for the rest of us!
Every year when the Churches of Christ ministers have gathered for their 3 day professional development program through Magarey Lectures, we have offered a public session for the rest of us to attend on one of the evenings. This is so everyone in our churches can enjoy access to the guest speakers we host from time to time.
This year Dean Phelan, former CEO for Churches of Christ in Queensland, will be our speaker.
Dean and Andrew Menzies have recently co authored the book: 'Kingdom Communities: Shining the light of Christ through faith, hope and love.'
This evening will be an inspiration to listen to as well as challenging. Hear stories of Dean’s journey and the way in which Churches of Christ in Queensland began to be transformed though investing in Kingdom access points.
Come along. It's free!