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Let it be both an entrée into our community and an ongoing source of information about how we try to live out our vision which is “To Follow The Example Of Jesus By Serving Others.” – I hope you accept that that’s a goal and not a boast about where we are now!
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Men's Group 10.30am
Social Club Birthday
Seniors Social Club
Christmas in July Bus Trip
The Queen Of Apostles Men's Group is meeting again this Friday 21st June. It is open to any senior gents in the parish - married, widowed, single, clergy, retired or working. They meet on 3rd Friday of the month at Three Little Pigs, Stafford City 10.30am. Phone Gary for more information (ph 3863 4149).
VISION CHRISTIAN RADIO - NEW TO BRISBANE
Vision Christian Radio is pleased to announce its new city-wide radio service on 1053 AM. Tune in today for hope and encouragement, uplifting music, Biblical teaching, news, talkback, interviews and more, to ‘Connect Faith to Life’ in your life.
SENIORS SOCIAL CLUB - CHRISTMAS IN JULY
We are having a bus trip on 10th July to Canungra for a Christmas in July Lunch. Its 1880’s timber industry heritage is evident among the historic buildings in the town, including the Canungra Hotel. We will enjoy a festive hot lunch with all the trimmings! Cost is $55 which includes morning tea, tour and lunch. For bookings and enquiries contact: Carolyn Ph 3356 8223.
S OS....VINNIES NEED YOUR HELP!
The weather is starting to get cold and we need blankets to give out to our people in need. Or you can donate money in order for us to buy some. Just place the money in the poor boxes at the back of the church. Blankets can be left at the parish office...Monday, Tuesday or Thursday. As always, thank you for your continued support for your local Vinnies.
STREET SWAGS COLLECTION
The cold is here again and as we snuggle under doonas and blankets may we spare a thought (as we have often in the past) for our homeless brothers and sisters trying to find a spot out of the wind and cold. We will be holding a collection for Street Swags next weekend 22/23 June. A reminder of the work of Street Swags is this comment from their webpage on Australian Government ACNC site
“Street Swags has provided basic bed and shelter in the form of waterproof swags to more than 50,000 homeless men, women and children. Street Swags has a unique production and supply chain that benefits different groups in the community. Prisoners gain work skills and qualifications and school students learn about giving back to the community by rolling swags. Homeless Shelters, Community/Church Groups and Charities nationally give out swags when people are turned away from emergency centres or are sleeping rough.”