Sundays 4-5.30pm – Evening Casual Café-Style Service
Wednesdays 10am – Midweek Service
Wednesdays 10am – Coffee with Friends
Sat 1 June 10am – Pastoral Care Meeting here
Sat 1 Jun 9.30am-noon – SRE Training @ Wyong Baptist
Sat 15 June 8am-12noon – Disaster recovery Training at St James
SAVE THE D A T E S
Sat Aug 10 – Parish Dinner- (Starry, Starry Night!)
Wed 21 Aug 7pm Watoto Children’s Choir (Brand New Show “We Will Go!”)
*To anyone that has been wanting to hear the Sunday Sermons unfortunately I’ve had problems getting them uploaded- there’s been a glitch in the system .I am able to get some of them up but not all of them will work.
*There will be a THANKSGIVING SERVICE for the life of Susan West for everyone who would like to attend. 3pm Friday 31 May here at St James’ Anglican Church, Byron St, Wyong. (There will be refreshments served at the church after the service).
*There’s a Pastoral Carers Team meeting here on Sat 1 Jun at 10am. Morning Tea will be served.
*There’s new SRE training at Wyong Baptist Church on Sat 1 Jun from 9am. Could SRE teachers & anyone interested please see the notice on the hall board for more details.
*Samaritans Disaster recovery Training at St James has been rescheduled to Sat 15 June 8am-12noon There will be Please see John Elder for information. Please put this new date in your diaries now.
*Please Note there is a change of time for the Sunday evening Service. It will now start at 4pm. At this service, we’re looking at people from our neighbourhood attending. And what better way to minister to them but with testimonies of what God is doing amongst his people. How we go through hard times, and how God is taking care of us. With that said, if you would love to share how God has recently taken care of or answered prayer then I encourage you to speak at one of our evening services. If you’re interested, them please speak to Darren or send him an email at email@example.com
*Important information on Working with Children Check Renewals from The NSW Office of Children’s Guardian:- The Working With Children Check lasts for five years, so If your contact details are up to date, you will receive a notification when it is time to renew your WWC number. A WWC number is like a driver licence – the number stays with you and is renewed before it expires. Do not reapply – you simply renew, and your WWC number will remain valid for another five years. Renewal applications cannot be submitted until three months before your expiry date but please try to do them as soon as you receive this renewal due notice. Then please let Jenny Hurst or Annie in the office know when you receive confirmation of the renewal so that we can update our records. Thanks to all those that have already given Annie notification of these renewals.
*Anglican Women Diocese of Newcastle. Please be encouraged to collect a green Thank-you Box from the foyer to help support Riding for the Disabled NSW.
*Information on supporting Jasmine Horrocks:- It’s best to use the website at:- https://support.afes.org.au/support-jasmine-horrocks-newcastle-university-newcastle-4941 You can set up a direct debit or deposit system depending on your preferences (on the last page of the donation portal you can get the AFES office bank account details and a unique reference ID). Or you can also fill out a paper form and post it to the AFES office. Alternatively the church has offered to process cash donations, this can be done by putting the money in the plate in an envelope marked ‘Jasmine Horrocks’ (Although she can’t properly track individual donations through this method). If you need any assistance with this please see Jeremy or Jill or Annie in the office.
*Our farmers are still doing it really tough. You can make a donation to help them at www.buyabale.com.au/hunter or phone—1300327624