FIVE WAYS OLYMPICS AT PADDINGTON ANGLICAN
The most worthwhile things to pursue in life are often the scariest, most risky things: love, excellence, community and family all require a huge deal of trial and risk. Athletes know this all too well, sacrificing with early mornings and strict diets all for a chance for a moment of glory.
At Something New we’re going to learn about the risk a fisherman made in following Jesus (in the story of Jesus walking on the water – Matthew 14:22-33) and have some fun with our own Five Ways Olympics – sack race, tug o’ war, egg & spoon. We’ll walk to the Royal Hospital for Women park for the races and finish up there. There will be races for pre-school and primary aged kids.
Hosted by SOMETHING NEW, a gathering of children & adults together exploring the good life in God’s beautiful & broken world.
Sunday August 27th 3-4pm
SOMETHING NEW is our monthly gathering of children and adults together exploring what it means to live the good life in God’s beautiful broken world.
Held on the last Sunday of the month from 3-4pm
Dates Ahead: Sept 17, Oct 29, Nov 26
Photos from recent Something New gatherings:
The Nativity Play 2016
The old tradition of the ‘Nativity Play’ has been revived at St George’s! Under Phil Wilcox’s creative leadership and direction a team of young local actors performed a nativity play, including Christmas Carols, in December followed by a courtyard BBQ (hosted by the 6pm congregation)