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Mustard Seed October 16 2011

Mustard Seed October 16 2011

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Worshipping Community of Darlington-Bellevue
St Cuthbert’s Church
cnr Darlington and Hillsden Rd, Darlington
MUSTARD SEED
 –
PENTECOST 18A
16 October 2011
MISSION PLAN PRAYERThank you, God, for people to whom evangelism comes as easily asbreathing. Use their gifts to touch many lives, and open doors for Christ.
THANK YOU CHERYLE!
 
After many years of dedicated service, Cheryle Martin has now
concluded her work as Parish Administration Assistant. Cheryle’s work
included a wide range of responsibilities, delegated to her by theWardens. Her work was always characterised by good humour anddiligence. Today we will formally thank, farewell and pray for Cheryleduring the 10am Eucharist, followed by a special morning tea.
“NEITHER HERE NOR THERE, WHY MALAYSIA IS THE WRONG SOLUTION”
 
Wednesday 2 November, Winthrop Hall UWA, 6.30pm
 Speakers: Dr David Corlett and Dato' M. Ramachelvam
 
Chair: Professor the Hon Barry Jones AO
 
Professor, the Hon Barry Jones AO is one of Australia’s ‘Living NationalTreasures’ as well as a writer, broadcaster and former Labor politician. Dr
David Corlett has worked with refugees and asylum seekers for over twodecades and was the man behind the SBS documentary,
Go Back To Where You Came From
.Eminent Malaysian Barrister Dato' M. Ramachelvam serves as the Chairperson of Law Reformand Special Areas Committee; and the Migrants Refugees and Immigration Affairs Committeeof the Bar Council of Malaysia. Tickets $25 from www.bocsticketing.com.au
Father Chris willbe driving in, if you would like a lift.
THE DARLINGTON ARTS FESTIVAL
 
SATURDAY 5 AND SUNDAY 6 NOVEMBER 2011 10am-4pm
 
HOW YOU CAN SERVE:
 
To serve on the book stall, please contact Sue Young on 08 9299 7354 orsmyoung@iinet.net.au or
t
o serve with the Festival of Flowers andCatering, please contact Gill Wood on 08 9299 6452 orgill.wood@bigpond.com
 
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PRAYER
We pray for those sick and in need
:
Lorna, Ann’s daughter Shana
, Ric, Scott, Shan, Rose, Bill,Lyn, Mary, Margaret, Shirley
Weddings:
Tara Bayfield and Ben Thomas - 26 November
 
In the Diocese we pray for
:
 
Archbishop Roger Herft; Bishop Tom Wilmot; Bishop KayGoldsworthy; Parish of Belmont, Rodger Bull and people; All those participating andsupporting activities during Anti-Poverty Week.
 
In the Province we pray for
:Parish of Pingelly, Diocese of Bunbury; Parish of Wickham,Diocese of North West Australia.
In the Anglican Church we pray for
:
 
Primate of Australia, Archbishop Phillip Aspinall; Dioceseof Wangaratta, Bishop John Parkes, clergy and people.
In the Anglican Communion we pray for
:Archbishop Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury; Tasmania (Australia), Bishop John Harrower.
CONNECTEDNESS
BOOK CLUB
St Cuthbert’s Book Club
 
meets monthly - with a delicious supper and some wine to help alongthe discussion! The next meeting will be Tuesday 8 November at the home of Vicki Mizen, 17Lindsay Place, Glen Forrest. Our next book is
Island Beneath the Sea
 
by Isabel Allende. If you’d
like to read a
head we’ll be watching the movie or discussing the book
The Help
by KathrynStockett at the meeting on Tuesday 6 December. For more information please speak to JillMackenzie or contact the Parish Office.
 
LAY PASTORAL MINISTERS
 
Our Parish has never had a licensed Lay Pastoral Minister (LPM).According to the Diocesan Pastoral Handbook, an LPM is alayperson authorised by the Archbishop to conduct any layministry on behalf of a parish. This might include: conductingservices (e.g in a Nursing Home); preaching on occasion; pastoralvisiting; conducting a ministry program; formally representingthe parish or; leading a community project.
 
LPMs are officially licensed by the Archbishop of Perth and arerequired to undergo criminal and child protection checks. During2012, it is hoped that ministry leaders in our parish may bediscerned and licensed as Lay Pastoral Ministers.
 
 
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FORMATION
STORYTELLING WORKSHOP, Monday 17 October 7.30pm
 
For the whole of Jewish and Christian history, the faith has been transmitted by storytelling.Long before bulky bibles and wordy websites, people passed the faith to the next generation
by repeating stories until they were embedded in people’s spirit. At the 10am Eucharist, we
are taking the time to tell bible stories to our children, and inviting them to respond to thstory.This workshop will teach you how to tell a biblical story, whether publicly or privately.
CLAIM THE DATES: THE GREATEST PRAYERMondays 14, 21, 28 NOVEMBER @ 7.30pm
 In the lead-up to Advent, Father Chris will be presenting three sessions of 
teaching and discussion based on ‘The Greatest Prayer: Rediscovering theRevolutionary Message of the Lord’s Prayer’. This short but intriguing
book is by John Dominic Crossan, gen
erally recognised as the world’s
finest living biblical scholar. There is no cost for the program, howeveryou are encouraged to purchase the book. It is available from any onlinebookstore - we recommend
 fishpond.com.au
where it currently retails for$16.77 with free shipping. If you are unable to purchase the book online,
please use a ‘Special Purpose Envelope’ and one will be ordered for you.
LITURGY
A CAPELLA SINGING - BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
 
Monday 7 November, 7.30pm in St Cuthbert’s Church
 After the success of the last a capella singing workshop, we arehaving another. Bring a friend, a percussion instrument, afavourite a capella song, a bottle of wine, something to nibbleon, or all of the above!
2011 ANTI-POVERTY WEEK ECUMENICAL SERVICETuesday 18 October, 1.00pm
St Mary’s Cathedral, Victoria Square
 You are invited to attend the 2011 Ecumenical Anti Poverty Week Service sponsored by TheCatholic Social Justice Council, Anglican Social Responsibilities Commission, Uniting ChurchSocial Justice Board, Council of Churches of WA and The Quakers.
 
This year’s service continues
the 2011 Social Justice Sunday theme and will consider the forgotten families of offenders andvictims of crime. Father Chris is driving into the city, would you like a lift?

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