Thank you to all those who supported this event. Thanks also to all those who worked hard to make it happen. Proceeds to Frontier Services was $460; sales of souvenirs and cards was an additional $425. Donations included.
THE CHURCH LIBRARY HAS FOR YOU : After a recent visitor, on speaking tour in Adelaide: A book and DVD for you to borrow; bringing a Christian’s timely warning message. Daniel Shayesteh – ‘The house I left behind, A journey from Islam to Christ’. This is the biography of a Muslim boy in Iran. Although the Taleshi language was his mother tongue, he could quote the Koran in Arabic at age nine! He grew up to become a politician in the Muslim driven revolution which ousted the Shah of Persia, in the hope of a better, democratic society. This is a riveting, revealing story of success, disappointment and betrayal, imprisonment, escape and ultimate freedom found in Christ, in Turkey and Australia. Already two BCUC Home Groups have benefited from watching the DVD together.
The Family Fun @ 5 team are preparing for Saturday 21st September. If you are able to provide any of the items below, it would be greatly appreciated. There will be a container near the reception for goods.
- Large empty tissue boxes.
- Empty milk cartons 600ml or 1L.
- Lids of about 7cm diameter from jars especially plastic vegemite/peanut butter.
- Donations of money towards craft supplies & food.
- Help on the night with food, craft, games and setting up etc
Calling all people who love to bake! Homemade cakes, biscuits, slices and produce are required. All ingredients need to be listed so please collect labels from the reception desk.
Packaged goods can be left at BCUC on Friday 4pm-5pm or on Saturday anytime from 8am.
Funds raised will support CPS workers in local schools.
We have a wonderful opportunity to get to know the people of the Burnside area as they come to our church to vote in the Federal Election on September 7th. We want to serve free tea, coffee & cordial. There will be a sausage sizzle, cake & produce stall to raise money for local schools ministry. Children will be playing in the playground while adults are voting. Volunteers are needed in all these areas. Please sign up today to help. – Matthew
Sunday 25th August at 2pm Burnside City Uniting Church
An ecumenical church film event organised by Act for Peace and local churches. “Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea” is a character-based documentary film about an Afghani family’s decision to become ‘boat people’. It will include guest speakers and light refreshments. Tickets: $10 per person. – contact Virginia Macaspac on: (08) 8232 7071 or firstname.lastname@example.org