ABOVE: Days for Girls Working Bees continuing in 2018
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SUNDAY 15 JULY PENTECOST 8
Lectionary: 2 Samuel 6:1-5,12b-19; Psalm 24; Ephesians 1:3-14; Mark 6:14-29
10.30am Morning Worship Rev Jacob Yang
Rosters for 8 July
Readers: Sadie Stevens, Hak-song Lee
Leaders on Duty: Shirley Shepherd, Ted Cho
Flowers: June StockmanStewards: Marj Doherty, Betty Blaskett, Eun-chun Park, Victor Lee, Duk-kye & Vim Kim Morning Tea: Youth Group
Vale With sadness we report the passing of Joy Guerin a long serving member of the South Hawthorn Congregation and Deepdene. Her funeral service will be held here, most likely on Wednesday morning.
TODAY, 5pm [Kew UC] Special Service for those living in rooming houses in Kew and Hawthorn. A sausage sizzle will follow.
Wednesday 18 July, 6.30pm The Dinner Out Together group will share a meal together at Box Hill RSL. Please ring Rosemary Lade, 9853 5692 or mobile 0409 352 337, to let her know if you are going, and transport can be arranged.
Thursday 19 July, 10am Walk on the Level meets in Nungerner Street.
Friday 20 July, 7-9pm ECOS meets in the Alston Halls for English conversation and supper together. New chatters are always welcome.
Sunday 22 July, 1.30pm Property & Safety Committee will meet in Alston Halls.
Youth in Concert - Sunday 29 July, 2.30 The next concert in the series arranged by Stuart Shearman will feature performances by outstanding musicians from Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School, Kingwood College and Deepdene Youth.
Uniting – Winter Share Appeal This annual Appeal is on this month. It’s a great way to support local families and children who are homeless or in crisis. Donations help people who urgently need emergency relief – our gifts will make real difference and go towards things such as food, clothing, medical help and crisis housing. As a church community we can provide a safety net for people who are struggling to provide for their families. We are the answer to their prayers, helping people to move from crisis to stability. Appeal brochures and envelopes are in the porch. You can send your donation in the envelope provided to Uniting Winter Share Appeal, Reply Paid 85995; Online at vt.uniting.org/winterappeal; Call 1800 668 426.
Organ Completion Fund – From Church Council
Almost thirty years ago, when the organ was installed at Deepdene, there was not quite enough money to complete it.
The organ has been an important part of our worship at Deepdene over those thirty years. In addition, in the last three years, we have had the pleasure of hearing the organ played, in concert, by some very talented organists. They have helped us appreciate the quality of the instrument.
Recently, we have been offered $7,000 by two members of the congregation who are very keen to see the work completed.
We have confirmed that the materials required for the work to be completed are, remarkably, available. A craftsman from the South Island Organ Company could undertake the work as soon as we are ready.
The Church Council has decided that this work should be done and allocated $3,500 in this year’s budget for this purpose – a good part of these from the proceeds of Sunday afternoon concerts, arranged and led by Stuart Shearman, our current organist.
Members of the congregation are invited to contribute to what we are calling the ‘Organ Completion Fund’. Organ Completion Fund envelopes are available at the rear of the church. $4,000 more is required.
We are keen to proceed with this work as soon as possible.
Sammy Stamp The following is an excerpt from the July edition of Network.
“Winter is now upon us but despite this, Sammy Stamp’s work goes on. Up to and including 31 May 2018, sales had reached about $16,382 (same week last year, $12,982). Thank you to all out there for your continue support with stamps, etc which are continuing to flow in. Please keep it up. I understand that the lack of free transport of stamps from the bush is close to resolution. A notice will appear in Network when the service resumes. Since our last report the following grants have been approved:
Landsborough (Vic) UC School Holiday Programmes $1,500
Forest Street, Bendigo UC, Community lunch and activities $3,000
Mercy Works (Sisters of Mercy) Work with women prisoners and
youth with educational programs $1,000
This brings to $24,500 the grants approved so far this year.”
So you can see what good works your used stamps are doing!!
The congregation offering received last week was $1618.50 (incl direct debit ave.). The budgeted amount is $1614.45.
Korean News 알려 드립니다
1.새로 오신 분을 환영합니다.
2. ECOS가 금요일 오후 7-9시 알스톤 홀에서 있습니다. 영어 훈련을 하시고자 하시는 분에게 좋은 시간이 될 것입니다.
3. Youth Concert: 7월 29일 주일 오후 2:30에 본당에서 있습니다.
4. Organ Fund 우리 교회의 오르간을 수리하기 위하여 펀드를 만들고 있습니다. 이제까지 음악회, 개인헌금등을 통하여 오르간 기금을 모았고, 약 $4,000이 모자랍니다. 헌금을 하실 분은 교회 뒤에 있는 봉투를 사용하셔서 헌금을 하실 수 있습니다.
5. Cross Light 신문을 한 부씩 가져가시기 바랍니다.
오늘의 점심 봉사: 3조 – 윤재은, 이학송, 류선이
지난 주 헌금 십일조: 무명1, 감사헌금: 무명 1
NEXT SUNDAY 22 JULY PENTECOST 9
Lectionary: 2 Samuel 7:1-14a; Psalm 89:20-37; Ephesians 2:11-22; Mark 6:30-34,53-56
10.30am Morning Worship Rev Jacob Yang
Rosters for 22 July
Readers: Pat Sands, Kye-sun Noh
Leaders on Duty: Keith Head, Hak-song Lee
Flowers: Alison Head
Stewards: Marj Doherty, Betty Blaskett, Eun-chun Park, Victor Lee, Daniel & Samuel Han
Morning Tea: Joan & Barry Taylor