We’ve made it, baked it, sewn it, grown it, decorated and wrapped it, now bring your friends and enjoy it. We have a really wonderful selection of everything ‘Christmas’ including a grand raffle. Our aim is to showcase the Anglican Church of Noosa. Ring Carmel 0418 807 767 if you have any questions. You can […]
I trust you’ve enjoyed the invitational series which concludes today. If something Ian or I have shared in the series has caused you to want to know more about Jesus, you are warmly invited to a course we offer a couple of times a year called Jesus Explained. Over the four Thursday nights in November, […]
Triathlon weekend – 730am service moves to 5pm next Sat 29th Oct. NO SERVICE AT ST ANDREW’S SUNSHINE BEACH NEXT SUNDAY. Tewantin and Peregian Springs services remain unchanged. Have to miss church next Sunday morning? Remember Sat at 5pm at Sunshine Beach and Tewantin on Sunday at 6.30pm.
Christmas Bazaar—Sat Nov 12. Meeting of all coordinators will be held at Tewantin next Wed 26 October at 9.30am. Final reports and tweaking of organisation and details will be the agenda. All those working on the day are very welcome to attend. If you have promised cakes, puddings, scones, gifts, plants etc. please ensure you […]
Triathlon weekend – 730am service at St Andrew’s moves to 5pm on Sat 29th Oct.
…or all who volunteer in any way – by the river, Gympie Terrace, next Fri 21 Oct, 4.30pm. Nibbles supplied, BYO drink. Meet by the stage. Bring something to sit on!
Sat November 12. There’s a buzz of excitement with Team Bazaar. As I’ve rung around people are making chutneys and jams, finishing craft, cooking puddings and confectionery, painting banners and searching op shops for decorations. We have a lovely baby shop this year: would anyone have clothes or shirt racks to hang these beautiful items? […]
Whilst we approved a budget at our AGM which required a 10% increase in offerings over those received in 2015, our offerings this year have only increased by 4%. Thank you Lord for that 4% increase! However, it does mean that at this stage we are heading for a deficit by year’s end. We’ve kept […]
One of the saddest aspects of Australian life presently is the rise in the number of people who take their own lives. I think there must be surely be a correlation between the increased secularism in our society with a loss of hope and perspective. As a nation, God has been sidelined; the church no […]
Next Sunday we’ll be looking at the fact that there’s more to life than meets the eye. Many Australians have made it in their careers, raised a family, retired comfortably but are still left with the nagging question: is this all there is? You may have friends or family who have done well in life […]