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
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.
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?