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Little Brothers Of St Francis

Little Brothers of St. Francis

Stall to be held on 25th July – Marmalade, chutney & pickles; $4 – $7.

Also the Bush Telegraph will be available.

Stan & Margaret Doyle 6663 1485

Take Courage


The Parable: The wheat and the weeds.

The bravery of God in trusting us! You say, “But He has been unwise to choose me, because there is nothing in me; I am not of any value”. That is why . . . → Read More: Take Courage

Soup Luncheon

17/7/2011 @12pm At Charmaine Crispin’s home, 327 Tregeagle Road, Wyrallah If you haven’t been before you don’t know what you’re missing. Scrumptious soup, great venue, pleasant atmosphere. Just $10 bargain! Tickets Glenda Roe or Ministry Centre

Soup Luncheon This event was a huge success. Thankyou . . . → Read More: Soup Luncheon


Commencing at St Peter’s on 23 October 2011

July 2011

July 2011 What is happening at the Anglican Church of St.Matthew’s Dunoon

July 13th 2011 will mark our one hundredth birthday. It will be one hundred years since the consecration of the original church (the one that blew down in 1954). On Sunday . . . → Read More: July 2011

NCCC Womens Convention 2011

NCCC Womens Convention 2011

The goal of NCCC is to equip followers of Jesus to lead godly and productive lives.

Living Life with New Purpose

Saturday September 10th

Ballina Presbyterian Church

Speaker: Jenny Salt, Dean of Students at Sydney Missionary and Bible College.

Cost $25 . . . → Read More: NCCC Womens Convention 2011

Great Seed, Great Soil

Welcome to Church today! Please stay and enjoy a friendly chat over a cuppa after the service!

I expect that we all know the parable of the Sower and Soils from today’s Gospel reading. The Seed is all good! It’s the message about the . . . → Read More: Great Seed, Great Soil