Sunday 22 MARCH
MARK THIS LENT WITH COMMON GRACE’S DEVOTIONAL SERIES
This year join with the Common Grace community in reflecting on the seven ‘I Am’ statements from the Gospel of John. Led by a range of interesting Bible teachers including an Aboriginal Anglican Bishop, a Christian anarchist and a Salvation Army Lieutenant Colonel, you’ll hear from the diversity of the church about what we have in common – the Lord Jesus. Each week from February 26th you’ll receive a video, daily bible readings and a reflection to stimulate your faith in Jesus as we head to Easter. Sign up here: www.commongrace.org.au/jesus_says_i_am
FUTURE EVENTS – It is currently unclear as to how we connect and gather for these following events – check back here for more details closer to the date.
Sunday 29 March
9:30am Communion Service
3pm Something New
Sunday 5 April 9:30am Communion Service
3pm Afternoon Communion Service
9 April Maundy Thursday
10 April Good Friday
12 April Easter
Saturday 18 April PEACEtalks: Marginalisation and Grace: Centres and peripheries in a world turned inside out with Panel: Kylie Pidgeon, Brooke Prentis, Erin Martine Sessions and Rosie Shorter.
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.