We pray for those sick and in need
:Colleen, Ric, Damon, Bec, Rose, Lyn, Eigil, Noah, Ann, KeithMargaret and Brett
In the Diocese we pray for
:Archbishop Roger Herft, Bishop Tom Wilmot, Bishop KayGoldsworthy, Parish of Woodlands-Wembley Downs, Terry McAuliffe and people.
In the Province we pray for
:Parish of Coodanup, Diocese of Bunbury ; Parish of Bluff Point,Diocese of North West Australia.
In the Anglican Church we pray for
:Primate of Australia , Archbishop Phillip Aspinall; Diocese of Tasmania, Bishop John Harrower, clergy and people.
In the Anglican Communion we pray for
:Archbishop Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury;St Asaph (Wales), Bishop Gregory Camero.
IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY, Thursdays: 29 Sept. and 6, 13, 20, 27 Oct, at 5.00pm for 5.15pm
Facilitated by The Reverend Tess Milne, these sessions will explore the spiritual practicesassociated with St Ignatius of Antioch. Ignatian spirituality is a spirituality for everyday life. Itinsists that God is present in our world and active in our lives. It is a pathway to deeper prayer,good decisions guided by keen discernment, and an active life of service to others.
SINGING WORKSHOP, Monday 3 October 7.30pm
Come along and enjoy an hour of singing
, that is, without instrumental accompaniment.Contemporary western culture expects that there will also be accompaniment when people sing,particularly in church - but countless cultures around the world sing tunefully and in harmonyusing simply their voices. We will be learning some music that can be used regularly at the 10amEucharist.
RAISING EMOTIONALLY RESILIENT CHILDREN, Monday, 10 October, 6.15pm
The Church of the Resurrection, 37 Woolgar Way, Lockridge
This two hour seminar from Anglicare WA can show you the benefits of coaching your child toimprove their resilience, concentration, friendships and even help them through difficult timessuch as divorce or grief and loss. To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0431 169 795.
Storytelling Workshop, Monday 17 October 7.30pm
For the whole of Jewish and Christian history, the faith has been transmitted by storytelling. Longbefore bulky bibles and wordy websites, we passed the faith to the next generation by repeatingstories until they were embedded in their spirit. At the 10am Eucharist, we are taking the time totell bible stories to our children, and inviting them to respond to the story. This workshop willteach you how to tell a biblical story, publicly or privately.