Remember Greenhills out at the Cotter?
This is an Open Invitation to join in the 50th Anniversary Celebrations on Saturday 28 March 2015 commencing at 10:30am. Download invitation here.
All are welcome!
The celebrations will commence at 10:30am, followed by lunch and afternoon tea with special guest speakers and other events held throughout the day.
To assist with arrangements please RSVP by 6 March 2015 and please keep visiting the website, www.greenhillscentre.com, for updates and attendance information or contact the office – details below. Accommodation at Greenhills is also available. Contact the office to make a reservation.
CONTACT DETAILS: E bookings[at]greenhillscentre.com P 02 6288 1074 F 02 6288 0415.
Insights is the magazine of the Uniting Church in Australia – NSW&ACT Synod.
Pick one up at your local Uniting Church, or subscribe.
Or, read Insights lead-articles online, or download the magazine.
Time changes for services in January are a regular feature, with ‘combined’ / ‘holiday’ services being conducted at many churches.
Before you go to a service in January 2015, please check either / both the website for the church and/or the sign board at the church.
Here’s a list of Christmas services featuring your local Uniting Church’s Christmas Eve and Christmas Day celebrations in the Canberra Region Presbytery. All are welcome to come and join in.
BATEMAN’S BAY NSW
2-4 Caitlin Ave.
Christmas Eve Lessons and Carols 6.00pm
Christmas Day 9.30am
St Columba’s, Cnr Fawkner/Farrer Sts
Christmas Eve 11.15pm (at Canberra City Church)
Christmas Day 9.00am
The Uniting Church in Australia mourns the deaths of those caught up in the hostage-taking incident in a café in Sydney’s Martin Place. Rev. Myung Hwa Park, Moderator of the Uniting Church in NSW and the ACT, has offered prayers and condolences on behalf of the Church.
“We continue to pray for those caught up in the terrible events at Martin Place yesterday and today,” said Rev. Park.
“Our thoughts are with the families of those who have been lost in this tragic event. We commend and thank our police, emergency services and community leaders for their strength in handling such a difficult situation. Continue reading in Insights magazine.