9:30am All Age Worship
Rev. Mark Faulkner

Bible Readings
Ezekiel 37:1-14; Psalm 130
Romans 8:6-11; John 11:1-45

9:30am All Age Worship
Rev. Mark Faulkner

Bible Readings
1 Samuel 16:1-13; Psalm 23
Ephesians 5:8-14; John 9:1-41

9.30am is all age worship! In the first half we will all be together for worship with morning tea in the middle. After morning tea Billabong will meet with their Mentors and Oasis will meet as a group with their leaders. In the main worship space our message will be brought to us by Brett Marshall. Together, young and old, we will be pondering the Gospel reading for the week; John 9: 1-14.

At 5:00pm I will be holding a Bible conversation on The Way of Suffering; pondering Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane and from this account our own suffering and the suffering of the world. This time together is easy to come along to even if you just want to listen. All are welcome.

I look forward to seeing you.

Inviting you to think about our own church community the wider church, the world!

  • We pray for our Oasis group, it’s leaders Ngaire, Priscilla and Lori and for others who may be willing to help support this important group within our life.
  • This week we pray for Kippax Uniting Church and Uniting Care Kippax. Pray as they seek to discern where else the Spirit is leading them in mission in the community.
  • This week we pray for Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia. Give thanks for the distinctive cultural contributions and resources in these lands.

This is an opportunity for reflective worship, listening to music, silence and prayer, and faith conversation. Easy to come along to and all are invited. Following, for any who would like, we walk down to a local restaurant to share a meal together.

At Gungahlin Uniting Church starting at 6pm!

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The way of Suffering
Bible Conversation around the Garden of Gethsemane and human suffering.

Sunday evening between 5-6.30pm, you are invited to come along to a conversation around the grief of Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane and human suffering. We will reflect upon the passage of Matthew 26: 36-46 and think about Christ’s suffering as part of our journey in Lent. We will also talk about how we view human suffering in our world, our own suffering and how it affects our faith. Everyone is welcome to come along even just to listen if you want. Remember, there are no right or wrong answers, just an opportunity to share our thoughts and explore our faith together. All welcome!