Dogs, chickens, worms, rabbits were among the many that attended the Family@10 service to be blessed on Sunday 14 July 2019. Here’s a snapshot:
Cooking is always a popular pastime so Wendy and I decided to ‘give it a go’ with the English Conversation Class, on 31 May, 2019. We began by explaining the origins of Australian damper, and Wendy showed them a Camp Oven she had brought along, and explained its workings. Then came the damper making with students helping. Into the oven went the damper, and then we make scones. While the damper and scones were cooking, a cut and paste worksheet…
Following are some photos from the MUC Crazy Whist Night on 4 May 2019. Special thanks to members of the Community Building Team and the F.O.C.U.S. Group, and especially to Graham, for organising the night which was attended by 42 enthusiastic players. Prize winners were: Most points: DorothySecond most points: RayEqual lowest points: Merryn and Peter
Members of Manningham Uniting Church attended the “Say Yes to Refugees” Palm Sunday April 14 Rally and Walk.
A Persian New Year Feast was held on the 30 March 2019. It was a fantastic night with Iranian food, music, and dance.
On Sunday 24 March the members of Family @10 had a new and exciting experience when we undertook Messy Church. Various stations were set up throughout the church, foyer and downstairs where we could explore the theme of Food in the Bible. Each station had a Bible reading, an activity to explore, a section that drew out some focus points of the reading for reflection, plus a section called ‘Going Deeper’ for anyone wanting to contemplate either individually or in…
On March 17, 2019 a Manningham Uniting Church had a combined service (all worshipping service worshipped together). Andi Jones from Lentara was the guest speaker providing an insight into the work of Lentara Andi Jones was very enthusiastic about telling us about the work that Lentara is involved with and we were very impressed. In Lentara’s Asylum Seeker Project, staff members case manage about 60 people who are seeking asylum, in 5 or 6 different accommodations scattered across Melbourne. Clients…