Sunday 18 AUGUST
9.30am Morning Communion
Preaching: Rev Philip Bradford – Heroes of Faith
3pm Afternoon Service
Preaching: Philip Bradford – Heroes of Faith
9.30am Morning Communion
Preaching: Rev Philip Bradford – Following Jesus
3pm Something New
To conclude our following Jesus series we will explore Jesus’ practice of prayer and the prayer he gives to his disciples. Come along at 3pm next Sunday to reflect on the Lord’s Prayer and share in some code breaking, labyrinths & mindfulness activities and a chocolate challenge in the prayer laboratory. Something New is a community of adults and children together exploring the good life in God’s beautiful broken world. We will join together in afternoon tea.
Thursday 29 AUGUST – PEACETALKS – Can Art change the world?
7pm a panel of artists who have been part of Creative Conversations held at Annandale Creative Arts Centre as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival will join us for August PEACEtalks and discuss their belief in the ability of art to change the world.
SEASON OF CREATION SERIES
We will mark the Season of Creation this September with a sermon series exploring themes of flora/fauna, cosmos, storms, gardens and culminating in St Francis Day. Brooke Prentis will launch the series on the 1st of September.
COMMON GRACE SEASON OF CREATION
Sign up for weekly reflections to mark the Season of Creation and to prepare and participate in the September 20 #Schoolstrike4climate rallies. www.commongrace.org.au
EASTSIDE SYDNEY MUSIC FESTIVAL 29 AUGUST – 5 SEPTEMBER
Curated by artistic director Neal Peres Da Costa (Professor and Associate Dean of Research, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney) presents 10 exciting musical events, a feast of beautiful and diverse sounds from the classical and popular idioms, with fine Australian musicians in eclectic spaces. For more information https://www.eastsidesydneymusicfestival.com.au
30-31 August – SPARC CONFERENCE
Starting Friday night 30th August and continuing all day Saturday 31st August, the SPARC National Gathering is an opportunity to participate in a growing conversation with Christians in the Creative Industries, at the intersection of Spirituality, Art and Culture. The National Gathering, covers Film, Media, Music, Arts, Design, Technology, Entertainment, Business, Faith, Community and Culture, with great speakers and guests. An unmissable two days together with some of the most amazing minds within the Christian community. More details at Sparc.org.au
Wednesday 4 SEPTEMBER 7.30PM – 9PM – SPIRITUALITY IN THE PUB
At the Paddington RSL Club 220-232 Oxford St, Paddington. Topic:“Sharing the Journey – through sport”. Speakers: Sarah Palmer, Melissa Eustace and Greg Tonner Donation entry.
January 2020 – ADM SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
Anglican Deaconess Ministry is planning its annual School of Theology in January 2020. Tickets are now available and their program has been released see here: https://www.deaconessministries.org.au/summer-school
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.