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Minister from Canberra seeking help with holiday accomodation

by Mark Calder

A minister from Canberra undergoing regular chemotherapy treatment for cancer is looking for help finding reasonably priced accommodation in the July holidays for him and his family, so he can thaw out and warm up! Please contact Mark if you can help in any way. Perhaps you are heading away during that time and wouldn’t […]

New Beginnings – reading notes Wk 5

by Mark Calder
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Notes and readings for the week beginning 3rd May Notes for next week’s sermon on Acts 3 – Beggar healed, with a PDF found here Luke has painted an idyllic picture of the early church. Having received forgiveness and the Holy Spirit, they were devoted to the Apostles’ teaching, to one another, to the breaking of […]

News from Nepal from the Church Missionary Society

by Mark Calder

Dear friends The missionary organisation our partners in Southern Africa (Nathan and Diane) work with – the Church Missionary Society – also have missionaries in Nepal. They sent through this email late yesterday. Dear CMS members and partners in mission, In light of the tragic news of the massive earthquake that hit Nepal on the […]

The Saviour’s children’s home in Nepal

by Mark Calder

Dear friends – the only news we have heard so far is this: Bharat and Tara – all safe and well children all safe and well sleeping on spare block outside house not yet checked for safety aftershocks continue 3.9-6.9 Please pray for the entire nation pray for those who have lost loved ones pray […]

SIX THREE OH resumes next Sunday 3 May

by Mark Calder

Our high school youth group known as SIX THREE OH resumes for second term next Sunday night at 5pm at Tewantin (17 William St). A great program of fun, games, discussing the Bible and food!  Many then stay on for Sunday Nights – our evening service which starts at 630pm.

Don’t miss the Watoto choir on Wednesday night

by Mark Calder

We had a full house at Tewantin for this choir two years ago, so this year we’re hosting them at our new Peregian site (St Andrew’s College). We hope to use this opportunity to promote our new congregation there. Please join us and invite others. The children are wonderful and have powerful testimonies to share […]

Are you on Facebook?

by Mark Calder

If you use Facebook, would you please ‘like’ the Anglican Church of Noosa Facebook page? This will help increase our online presence and as you then ‘like’ entries and photos on our page, your friends will see a little more of the life of our church. Click here to see our page.

New Beginnings – reading notes Wk 4

by Mark Calder
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Notes and readings for the week beginning 26th April Notes for next week’s sermon on Acts 2:42-47 – Church born,  with a PDF version here.  Although we have looked at this passage before (in fact at one point we spent around 4 weeks here), I’m hoping we may look at it again with fresh eyes, given that […]