Sermon: The perfect church?

Sermon preached by Sally Cloke on Sunday 13 April 2015 Reading: Acts 4.32–37 and others                 Today I’m going to talk about our reading from Acts. It’s only short, so I’m going to include a couple of other stories from the first chapters of that book. If you’re not familiar with Acts, why not read […]

Easter Services

Our parish’s Easter services for 2015 will be: Maunday Thursday (Thursday 2 April) 4pm St Francis’ Medowie – “Quiet” Service Good Friday (Friday 3 April) 8am St Saviour’s Williamtown – Good Friday 10am Holy Name Mallabula – Good Friday Easter Day (Sunday 5 April) 8am St Saviour’s Williamtown – Holy Communion 10am Holy Name Mallabula […]

Sermon: Taking up your cross

Sermon preached by Sally Cloke on Sunday 1 March 2015. Reading: Mark 8:31-38 Just over a hundred years ago, explorer Ernest Shackleton was planning a daring new expedition. Something that no one had done before. He intended to sail to Antarctica and walk from one size of the frozen continent to another. So the explorer […]

Quiet: A time of listening in Lent

Lent reminds us of the 40 days Jesus spent in the quiet of the desert, listening to God’s “still, small voice”. This Lent, all of us are encouraged to spend quiet time away from life’s distractions. Turn off the noise and turn to God. Then share your experience of quiet in one or more of […]

Pancakes, ashes and Lent

Lent is the 40 days leading up to Easter. Traditionally Christians have used this time as a time of spiritual renewal. We’ll be supporting this by running Lenten Studies in the parish (Bishop Greg and Revd Bryce encourage everyone to take part in these). We’ll also run a photographic/reflective exercise through this website and our […]