LENT – PARABLES VIDEO SERIES WITH COMMON GRACE
Our mission partner, Common Grace working with the Bible Society Australia are releasing 7 videos by Christian teachers from across denominations reflecting on the Parables of Jesus this Lent. Sign up to receive the videos to your inbox here: https://www.commongrace.org.au/parables
Thursday 18th April 8pm – Maundy Thursday Holy Communion
Candle lit service with hymns, foot washing and Holy Communion
Preaching: Rev Philip Bradford
Friday 19th April 10am – Good Friday Service (with children’s program)
Witnessing God’s love for our broken world as we recall Jesus’ death
Preaching: Byron Smith
Sunday 21st April 10am – Easter Sunday Celebration
Celebrating Jesus’ triumph over death with Holy Communion. All ages with hot cross buns and Easter egg hunt
23-24 April – EARTH@PEACE CONFERENCE MELBOURNE
The conference will explore in depth the possibility of a shift from Just War to Just Peace: what Just Peace means for the Earth, for the poor, for indigenous Australians, how we shape our economy and environment, how we engage with our neighbours internationally and how we respond to the threats to world peace and to the earth which sustains us. For more info http://vox.divinity.edu.au/event/earth-peace-conference/
Sunday 28 April 9:30am morning communion
3pm Something New: LOVE – special Easter gathering reflecting on God’s love for the world with blown egg decorating, love song karaoke and an easter egg hunt.
Sunday 5 May 9.30am morning communion
3pm afternoon service
Sunday 12 May 9.30am morning communion
3pm afternoon service
Saturday 18 May – ELECTION POLLING BOOTH
As the election has been called, we will be a polling place on the 18th of May.
Saturday 25 May – PEACEtalk
After a terrific PEACEtalk this last week, get the next one in your diary– 25th May at 7pm, Brooke Prentis, Aboriginal Christian Leader will be speaking on Voice, Treaty, Truth: Engaging with 2019’s NAIDOC Week Theme.
Listen to Podcasts from Paddington Anglican
PEACEtalks. a monthly event (held on a Thursday or Saturday evening) hosted by Paddington Anglican Church aimed at serving the community by promoting and cultivating deep conversations about life, the world and everything. ‘PEACE’ stands for ‘political, ethical, artistic & cultural engagement’. Also on iTunes / Apple Podcasts by searching for PEACEtalks.
The Good Dirt – A podcast exploring the news stories you ought to know but might have missed, with Dr Byron Smith, Christian minister and ecological ethicist.
From Paddington Anglican. For those who missed it, a recordings Tim Costello on why Australia needs refugees is now on the web site and also on iTunes / Apple Podcasts by searching for Paddington Anglican.
On Android listen with free Podcast Addict, Podcast Republic, or Castbox apps, or for ad free try Pocket Casts ($3.99, on iPhone/iPad for $5.99 too) or Podcast Republic ($3.89 in-app purchase to remove ads). Just search for “PEACEtalks”, “The Good Dirt with Byron Smith” or “Paddington Anglican” – and all of these let you download a podcast when you have WiFi and then listen offline.