Would you like to join a Bible Study or Prayer Group at St John’s? Groups meet at different times. Please contact us to find out more via the Parish Office on 9971 8694 or e-mail: email@example.com
The Op Shop is held on the first Saturday of every month Good quality used clothes and goods are always welcome.
Any enquiries to Bev Bingham Or e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
St John’s Mothers Union
Meets on the third Wednesday of each month from 11.30 am. We are linked to the world wide organisation of MU whose aims are to support family life and to encourage people in the Christian faith. Meetings may include prayer, guest speakers, bible studies, singalongs and other activities. We are a small, friendly and mostly older group, welcoming members and visitors alike. Our office bearers are Sandra Salmon president and Margaret Winters secretary/treasurer.
Contact the Parish Office for more information email@example.com
Caritas normally meets on the First Monday of the month at 7:30pm. The name means “Christian love for others” and is part of Mothers Union Australia. Membership is open to everyone and provides friendship, relaxation, intellectual stimulation and time to be oneself. Meetings may include prayer, guest speakers, craft nights, outings, discussions. Caritas promotes all that strengthens and preserves Christian family life.
Contact the Parish Office for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
Pins and Needles
Do you like to knit or Crochet?
Would you like to learn a new skill or brush up on an old skill with a friendly creative group? Everyone welcome. Just come along and see if you would like to join the group. We support local Charities with knitted items, our time together will include a short devotion as part of a morning tea break. The Group meet in the Parish Centre on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month 9.30am – 12.30am. Cost $ 4.00 per month toward the purchase of supplies
Contacts Pam Fisher or Heather Andrews Email: email@example.com
St John’s is committed to care and respect for the environment as God’s creation. Projects such as our Solar Panel Array and Recycling Program are practical signs of this. There are containers at the back of the church for the general public to place items for recycling, such as used printer cartridges and computer consumables, old spectacles, used stamps, used batteries, etc.