A Doodly meditation, by an American graphic artist, has been shared with us for the Feast of Christ the King.

https://vimeo.com/482104331/7d98f259b2

Feel free to add comments below the clip, as the artist is keen to have feedback on her work.

Keep up to date with the latest restrictions relating to Covid-19 and the churches of our Diocese. The latest Pastoral Letters can be downloaded through the links below.

This link will take you to the Diocese of The Murray website, which is also updated with the latest communications from Bishop Keith Dalby.

We have a new item on our Website menu bar – the Bible Project. Have a look at the page – there are many resources there for Bible students.

Editors of the website – please note that your website area has been slightly rearranged to now include useful links to Council and Government websites useful for future planning.

An annual event held in November. This year it will be on the 21st November in the grounds of the church and in the hall. It will feature a cake stall, White Elephant, plant sales and the best strawberries and cream on the Fleurieu. Additionally this year we are hoping to have a display of vintage MGB’s, a labyrinth, sausage sizzle and other stalls with a variety of craft and foods available.

Keep up to date with the latest restrictions relating to Covid-19 and the churches of our Diocese. This link will take you to the Diocese of The Murray website, which is updated with the latest communications from Bishop Keith Dalby.

Following the Prime Minister’s latest announcement of new crowd restrictions, with a maximum of 4 sq metres per person in an enclosed space, the Bishop has announced that all public worship within the Diocese will be paused, effective immediately.

We are not closing up shop, or disappearing – we just have to do things a little differently, and with a little more imagination! If you wish to read the Bishop’s full letter, it is here:

A new page has been added, with links to a few Christian resources that you might find of interest – even the children.

Have a look!

Read the Mission Plan document (button below). Navigation throughout the document can be by use of the arrows on the sides, or by using the hyperlinks on the Contents page. Headings on the pages link back to the Contents page. Appendix references throughout are hyperlinked to the relevant appendix.

This document is downloadable if you wish, and can then be saved as a PDF document. Controls for this can be found at the bottom right-hand side of the screen.

Charts from the document are also available as a downloadable PDF.