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7th March 11.30 am in Christ’s Church Mandurah

Nominations for Parish Council (6), Wardens (2) and Synod Representatives (2) are now open and will close on the 17th of January 2020. Nomination forms are available at the back of the church. Please prayerfully consider who you would like to fulfill these roles and ensure they are nominated before the 17th of January. Voting for positions will open on the 28th February and close at 11.30am on the 7th of March 2020. Please could all reports be with the office by 31st January 2020.
Ministry Opportunities & Who To Talk To About These Ministries

Godly Play Storytellers and Gatekeepers - Sandy Targett

Friday night Youth Club supervisors - Sandy Targett / Marcus Baker

Kitchen / Pantry Caretakers - Shirley Abbott / Dianne Cable

Amenity consumables oversight - Shirley Abbott / Dianne Cable

Monday Church Tidying and Cleaning - Shirley Abbott / Graeme Wise

Parish Hospitality - Fr Ian Mabey

Gardening and Care of Church Grounds - Fr Ian Mabey

General Maintenance - Fr Ian Mabey

All tickets have now been sold for our Variety Concert. However, if you didn’t manage to secure a ticket rest assured that you haven’t missed out. The concert will be live streamed on our parish Facebook page via this link: Thereis also a Facebook link on our parish webpage: live stream will be available from a few minutes before the scheduled concert start time of 6.30pm. Please note that the office and church will be closed on Tuesday 26th January

Our study this year is “Look to Jesus, 52 reflections for Lent and Easter”, published by the Diocese of Queensland. I have used their resources many times and they are very good.

The books should be here in about 2 weeks and the cost will be $5. I have ordered 60 copies, so if you would like a copy, you will need to be quick! The Friday morning group will use this resource, but I know that it will be a wonderful resource for anyone who would like to follow a Lenten guide.

Also in Lent, I will be holding a weekly Christian meditation on Thursday afternoons at 2pm. It will last for about an hour. Contrary to popular belief, meditation is not about eastern religions or hippies! Christian meditation is an ancient practice involving some prayer, some scripture and some silence and contemplation as we wait on God. There is no cost. Further information to follow and I hope that you can join me. Rev Cheryl.

Ministry Opportunities & Who To Talk To About These Ministries

Godly Play Storytellers and Gatekeepers - Sandy Targett

Friday night Youth Club supervisors - Sandy Targett / Marcus Baker

Kitchen / Pantry Caretakers - Shirley Abbott / Dianne Cable

Amenity consumables oversight - Shirley Abbott / Dianne Cable

Monday Church Tidying and Cleaning - Shirley Abbott / Graeme Wise

Parish Hospitality - Fr Ian Mabey

Gardening and Care of Church Grounds - Fr Ian Mabey

General Maintenance - Fr Ian Mabey


25th January EfM Gathering 3pm

29th January LLM Meeting, 6pm

31st January Annual reports due

31st January Nominations close for PC

6th February Ordination Bunbury

16th February Shrove Tuesday - 5pm-8pm

17th February Ash Wednesday - Services at 8.00am, 1.30pm, 6.00pm

20th February Cursillo Ultreya Bunbury

7th March AMP following 10am service

25th March Chrism Eucharist Kojonup

1st April Maundy Thursday

2nd April Good Friday

4th April Easter Sunday

25th April Anzac Day

3rd-7th May Clergy Retreat

Current Service Times:
Mon — Sat         8 am Morning Prayer
Friday               10 am Said Eucharist
Saturday             5 pm Said Eucharist
Sunday               7 am Said Eucharist
                     8.15 am Eucharist & Hymns
                        10 am Eucharist & Hymns

Morning Prayer and the 8.15am service on Sunday will be live streamed on the parish Facebook page

Songs by Charlie will be posted to the parish Facebook page each Sunday morning

While we remain in stage 4 of Covid19 re-opening restrictions we will maintain 1.5 metre distancing. Parishioners are asked not to linger in the church after each service, but to move outside to talk and enjoy fellowship with each other. Cups of tea and coffee are offered after the 8.15am and 10.00am services in the grounds of the church. We will only be offering Holy Communion in one kind (only the bread will be offered). We will be limiting the number of people and the movement of those people in the sanctuary. The server will not be washing the priest’s hands at the altar. (the priest will do their own ablutions). There will continue to be a retiring collection

Choir for the 8:15 service will recommence on 31st January 2021.This means that rehearsal will commence at 9am on Saturday 30th January, 2021 in the church.We would love to have more singers join the choir.Interested singers can come along to rehearsal on Saturday morning. you would like further information, please contact Karen on 0438 085 042.

Once again, we are looking for people to join our team of Godly Play teachers. You would only be rostered on once a month & training will be given. This is a very worthwhile activity & our children are delightful, we have great fun each Sunday. Please give this serious consideration – I really need your help. Is God calling you to this ministry? Please speak to me with any questions you may have. Sandy Targett 0407385818

We would like to offer a social club for our youth (aged 11-15) and their friends.This would be on Friday evenings during term-time from 6pm to 8pm.To facilitate this, we would need a collection of volunteers to supervise.Initially, we would like to have four small teams of at least two people so that each team can supervise one Friday per month.If you think that this is a worthwhile ministry and that you are able to volunteer, please speak to Sandy Targett or Marcus Baker

Our bell ringers are back and keen for more people from the parish to get involved. People of all ages are welcome and will be taught everything they need to know. Practice is usually during the week and the bells are rung each Sunday morning at 9.30am. For more information please ring Roger on 0412 199 956 or Janine on 0417 986 562.

Donations for our local community kitchen are always welcome. Breakfast and lunch are served Mon-Fri to people in need within our community. Take-aways and food parcels are also provided. The most useful items are teabags, sugar, coffee, sauces (tomato and bbq—as well as pasta sauces), pasta, rice, UHT milk, and small boxes of cereal such as Wheatbix. Donations can be placed in baskets at the back of the church.

Another year of EfM is about to start and we would love to welcome new members to our group. In Year One you study the Old Testament as well as joining in group discussion and theological reflection with our Year two and three members.

We will commence our EfM year with a get together on Monday 25th January at 3pm in the church.

This is a chance for prospective Year One participants and Year Two and Three re-enrolling participants to meet together and to discuss the year's program. Coming along to does not commit you to enrolling in EfM. It is a chance to gather more information and to have any questions answered.

Enrollments will need to be finalised by 31st January to enable folders to be received from EfM Australia and text books for Year One to be ordered. If you would like to know more, please speak to Fr Ian or Wendy.

To support our on going work, you are able to make an online freewill offering to our Anglican Parish of Mandurah account:

BSB: 706-001
Acc: 30004522

A donation point has been established on our web page for those who would like to make use of this facility. There is also a tap and go Eftpos in the foyer of the church pre-set to $10. which you can use any credit or debit card to make your donation. Just tap as many times as you like and it will make a donation in lots of $10. There is also a normal Eftpos machine at the back of the church .

For the month of January our mission focus is Boniface Care. Money donated through the envelopes will go this mission. Giving envelopes are available at the back of the church.

As you know our Parish has for many years been collecting used postage stamps for Missions. Fr Joe and Wendy gather the stamps that are placed in the container at the back of the Church and sort them to be distributed to either ABM, CMS or the Mission to Seafarers. Each of these organisations package them for sale, and the funds raised are used to support various missionaries in the field or Mission projects. Before bringing the stamps to Church please cut around both the stamp and the postmark on the envelope, making sure that you do not damage the stamp itself.

With the new initiative of cash for cans, we can get twice the value, if you are prepared to take a little time. Not only can we get 10cents per can, but the ring pulls, if removed from the cans, can also be donated to support the making of prosthetics for those who have lost a limb. With this we work in
conjunction with a local Rotary Club to recycle the ring pulls. Simply place them into a bag and leave them in the appropriate container at the back of the Church please.
Corks can no longer be recycled. Any corks that are brought along to the Church will now be donated to a local centre who are happy to use them in craft projects.



Notices for the pew bulletin can be emailed to and by 5: 00 pm Wednesdays.

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Parish Office: 08 9535 6152
Postal Address: PO Box 203
  WA 6210
Physical Address: Corner of Sholl and Pinjarra Road
  Mandurah 6210
  Western Australia


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