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To seek to save the lost

by Church Office
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Notes for next week’s sermon on Luke 19:1-27 “To seek to save the lost” With a PDF found here DAY 1: Read Luke 19:1-10 This will be a familiar story for many of us but there are some great insights here into the nature of the gospel. Jesus has begun his journey to Jerusalem. Jericho […]

Walking with Jesus to Jerusalem

by Mark Calder
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Notes for next week’s sermon on Luke 18:31-43 “We are going up to Jerusalem” With a PDF found here Welcome back to our reading notes for 2016. I’m very grateful for the feedback of many who have shared how much you appreciate them. My prayer is that these notes will provide a good guide for […]

Youth group

by Mark Calder

Dear Friends The youth group for our parish (for all in years 7-12) begins again on Sunday 14th February at 5pm at our Tewantin site. Can I be bold? This group has struggled over the last couple of years in part because our own church families have not encouraged or facilitated their young people to […]

A new year at church is under way!

by Mark Calder

Dear friends I trust and pray this year will be one of significant growth for you as you take part in the life of our church. My vision for each and every one of us is that we might: make Sunday worship an unbreakable commitment; find some small (or great!) way to serve; in 1st […]

Men’s breakfast address

by Mark Calder

A recording of the talk at the Men’s breakfast on 30th Jan is available on request. Please email mark@anglicanchurchnoosa.org   

New sermon series

by Mark Calder
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Our new sermon series is “Walking with Jesus to Jerusalem” and begins at all services on 7th Feb. We will cover the account from when Jesus says “we are going up to Jerusalem” in Luke 18, right through to his dramatic arrival, arrest, trial, crucifixion, resurrection and post resurrection appearances.  Luke 18:31-24:53. It will be an […]

Annual Meeting

by Mark Calder

This year, at our new Peregian Springs site – in the Studio of St Andrew’s Anglican College. We’ll review and give thanks for the highlights of 2015 and look forward to 2016 with anticipation. 3.30pm-4.45pm, Saturday 13 February.