"Be still and now that I am God" ~Psalm 46
Welcome to Toorak Uniting Church
|Sunday, 9 August at 11:15am||D Hodges Memorial unveiling.||Kinross House.|
|Monday, 10 August at 10:30am||Drop In Card Day||Faichney Room.|
|At 7:30pm||Finance Committee||Wettenhall Room.|
|Tuesday, 11 August at 10:00am||Coordinating Forum||Manse Café.|
|Wednesday, 12 August at 6 9pm||PB Handbells||Wettenhall Room.|
|Thursday, 13 August at 9:00am||UAT meeting||Wettenhall Room.|
|Tuesday, 18 August at noon||Management Team||Wettenhall Room.|
|Wednesday, 19 August at 6 9pm||PB Handbells||Wettenhall Room.|
|Thursday, 20 August at 10:00am||Morning Group||Faichney Room.|
|Sunday, 23 August at 10:15am||Baptism Reunion service and lunch.|
|Monday, 24 August at noon||Time for Fellowship Lunch||Faichney Room.|
|Wednesday, 26 August at 6 9pm||PB Handbells||Wettenhall Room.|
|Thursday, 27 August at 10:00am||Prayers for Christian Unity||Swedish Church.|
|28 August 6 November||Christopher Page on Roach Exchange to Denver.|
|2 September 25 October||Wolfgang Stahlberg on Roach Exchange at TUC.|
|Sunday, 29 November at 10:15am||Grandparents service and lunch.|
In our Thoughts and Prayers:
The Brown family. We are saddened to know of the death in Adelaide of Doris Hicks, mother and mother-in-law of Christine and Garry Brown.
Rob and Louisa Burbury, Robs daughter Isabella and her partner Casey following Caseys tragic accident. Please pray for his healing and their adjustment to a new way of living.
Lois Walker, as she mourns the death of her sister.
Reverend David Hodges
There will be a Dedication of the Reverend David Hodges Memorial following the 10:15 service Today, 9th August in Kinross House. It will include morning tea.
Toorak Op Shop
still needs winter clothing donations. 143 Canterbury Rd, Toorak. Ph: 9827 3172.
The Future of Religion, Jesus, & Christianity
The Progressive Christian Network of Victoria & Common Dreams on the Road present a Lecture & Symposium by Dr David Galston.
|Venue:||Toorak Uniting Church|
|Friday 28 August 7.00 pm||"Has Religion a Future?"|
|Saturday 29 August 10:00am||"Has Jesus a Future?"|
|11:30am||"Has God a Future?"|
|1:30pm||"Is There a Post-Christian Christianity?"|
|Bookings:||Will Open Soon.|
Are you interested in lodging a funeral plan with the TUC Office? It can give as little information as the hymns that you would like sung, or be as detailed and elaborate as you like. If you would like to investigate the possibilities, please contact the office on 9829 0300 or email us: ToorakUC@bigpond.net.au
Wanted to borrow
If anyone has a trailer they could lend Anne Page for a couple of hours on Wednesday 12 August, she would very much appreciate it.
Time for Fellowship Lunch
Monday 24 August 12-2pm. Topic is "A souvenir I bought." All welcome.
Refurbishment of Rest Rooms
is likely to start in the next few weeks (date to be advised). The work should take 8 weeks to complete, during which time men will be encouraged to use the Kinross loos and women the disabled loos off the Faichney Room.
News from Kinross Arts & Spirituality Centre
Snowball Effect Anne Cuming
Snowball Effect is a solo exhibition by established artist, Anne Cuming. The exhibition is a collection of evocative paintings from 2008 to 2015. Through the use of colour, composition and subject matter Anne's work portrays sentiments about happiness, loneliness. reflection and contentment and the momentum of life.
Morning Coffee with the artist will be on Sunday 9th August 2015 at 11.30am.
GLOW Winter Festival
This event is delivered in partnership with the GLOW Winter Arts Festival
Proudly supported by the City of Stonnington.
3 to 4pm
From the Orient and the Middle East Kinross Poetry Readings
Readings will include: Amichai, Basho, Gilgamesh, Poetry from the Old Testament, including from Job and the Psalms, Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (translated by Robert Graves), Rumi, Rabindranath Tagore and Tao Te Ching
Henry Dobson and Lawrie Groom are passionate about poetry. Both writers, Henry has a deep interest in philosophy and existentialism, while Lawrie's interests include painting and public policy. Both enjoy good conversation and chess. We greatly appreciate Henry Bucks on Collins St for their generous sponsorship of the 2015 Kinross Poetry Readings.
Entry: gold coin donation. Wine, cheese and biscuits will be provided.
For all enquiries, please call Henry 0478 712 881 or Lyndel Wischer at Kinross Arts Centre 9829 0340, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For all exhibition enquiries and bookings please telephone Lyndel Wischer on: 9829 0340 or email: email@example.com or visit the Kinross House page on the TUC website. You are also welcome to call in to the Kinross House Office which is normally attended 10 am 3 pm, Tuesday Friday or by appointment.
Lectionary Readings for 16 August 2015, Pentecost 12
1 Kings 2: 10 12; 3: 3 14; Psalm 111; Ephesians 5: 15 20; John 6: 51 58.
The liturgical colour for Pentecost is green.