The next combined churches service will be held at the Anglican church in Maclean at 3pm on 30th June. This is a wonderful occasion when we can all show unity between Christians in our area. Please come along, please bring a friend, and please tell others about this service. Afternoon tea will follow the service.
Lord Jesus, who prayed that we might all be one in Christ, we pray to you for the unity of Christians in the Lower Clarence. We pray that man-made divisions between all churches may be overcome. May your Holy Spirit guide us to become united in Christ as a living example of your love in our community. Help the whole church of God live together in lifting up the name of Jesus. Amen
The theme is “absolutely everybody”. A warm welcome awaits all school aged children from kindergarten to 6th grade. Enrolments at 9.30am. Gold coin donation. More details later.
An evening of opera will be held in Maclean Civic Hall Saturday 6th July 2pm, or Yamba Bowling club Sunday 7th July at 2pm. Bookings can be made at http://www.trybooking.com/471097. Adults $20, concession $15. Tickets available on the day from 1pm.
A warm welcome is extended to anyone who would like to attend this special service. You are welcome to bring your lunch and munch away during the service – and maybe stay for a cuppa and fellowship afterwards.
Yamba church will be holding their trash and treasure sale from 9am to 1pm in the church grounds. They are looking for lots of items for sale – to be left at the church. During the morning they will hold a Devonshire tea and sausage sizzle.
On Sunday 2nd June we will have a visit from our BCA Link Missionary, Rev Simon Reeve. It will also be our usual Sunday fun day. In Maclean, the newly formed ladies group “Still Waters fellowship” will have their commissioning service.
This is a special day held throughout the Diocese for Cursillistas to come along wearing rainbow colours. These colours originated in 1946 when Cursillo was first started in Spain. The farmers saw the colours in the tail feathers of the roosters and decided that their motif would be the rainbow. We will have a caring and sharing group at 8.30am over a cuppa and toast, followed by a special time in the service.
Our next Healing Service will be held on 5th June at 12.30pm. An open invitation is extended to everyone to come along. Bring your lunch and eat it during the service if you wish – or share a cuppa with us afterwards.