Join our Drouin Anglican Church Socialites: a group of church friends and family at varied venues each month to enjoy fellowship and conversation
Roast night $25 each ‘Albert’s Kitchen’ Albert Road Drouin Sat 1st September
Bookings necessary: call or email church to confirm numbers
YOUTH MOVIE NIGHTS ON THE BIG SCREEN IN CHURCH EVERY SECOND MONDAY OF EACH MONTH EXCLUDING SCHOOL HOLIDAYS AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
RECOMMENCING 2018 ON MONDAY 5th FEBRUARY AT 7pm
(grown ups are welcome to attend but children must be signed in/out with permission from parents/guardians)
light snacks and drinks will be provided
only PG rated movies will be shown
on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7-for 7.30pm our monthly adult /young adults movie nights will show a range of mixed titles ( which have received public viewing approval) in our worship space on the big screen.
bring family, friends or just yourself to enjoy a snack and great movie with company and supper afterwards. cost by donation to mission funds and to cover snack cost but BYO is most welcome
HEALING PRAYER GROUP @ CHRIST CHURCH DROUIN
THIRD WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH @2 pm in the worship space at Drouin
SPECIAL HEALING SERVICE
SUNDAY 29TH APRIL- DROUIN CHRIST CHURCH 5 pm
SCAMPS will be finishing for term on Friday 30th June and resuming for Term 3 on Friday 21st July
Rev Dean will be holding confirmation classes shortly,
if you know of anyone that would like to become confirmed please let the office know on 5625 4121. Both adults and children are most welcome.In confirmation those who have been previously baptised come to confirm their baptismal promises and join with the other candidates to receive the laying on of the bishop’s hand with prayer… All who have been baptised and confirmed are called to study the Bible, to take part in the life of the Church, to share in the Holy Communion, and to pray faithfully and regularly. We are called to share with others, by word and example, the love of Christ and his gospel of reconciliation and hope. We are called to love our neighbours as ourselves, to honour all people and to pray and work for peace and justice.
from A Prayer Book for Australia 1995.
The Anglican Diocese of Gippsland has owned and reinvented the site of A’Beckett Park Raymond Island over the last few years to establish The Abbey , a centre for spiritual growth and for the environment.
To see more of the The Abbey and what is offered please go to their webpage here: http://theabbey.org.au/
also at A’Beckett Park is an older A Frame building which has housed many events and the camp kitchen over the years.
Our late Bishop John McIntyre had a vision for A’Beckett Park and indeed this building which he believed could house a conference centre.
Please join us in raising funds to grow that vision and redevelopment at Raymond Island.
see details below: