Today’s Service is a celebration of the Cadigal People on whose land our church stands. It is also a reminder of our indebtedness to Indigenous people and their culture. We share a common national destiny.
… Pastor Jones and his small Florida congregation threatened to burn Korans … and he admitted that he has never read the Koran. Book burning has a long history… Apart from the tragic loss of culture and literature, there is something far more sinister at work… Destroying libraries is a calculated action based in fear, […]
Living God you touch the deserts of our land with blossom; you awaken the rainforests with song; you surprise the cities with love and community; and every where we rejoice that the old and forsaken can live again.
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On Election Day the church hall was used as a poling booth for Paddington and a big crowd of voters often queued out the door and across the garden. The church held a book and cake sale and a sausage sizzle in the grounds to aid our ECO funds.