Join Simon and others on Saturday mornings to read through the [Bible Reading Plan](https://www.corouniting.org/d/e5DEKf2r7ezT9IdZ4tVoOB8Zn) readings.
Join with us in the first planting of our garden areas together. And no weeding!
Come for whatever time you can spare. Bring any children (they can help or play in the carpark - we'll have chalk)
Morning tea provided.
Contact: Peter Lang on 0410 298 612 for info.
For all men from Year 12 up - come and join us for our inaugural gathering to kick off our new Men's Ministry!
We'll be firing up the BBQs - BYO meat (or veggie equivalent) and drinks (salads provided).
ALL WELCOME to join us for a BYO lunch in the reserve at the end of the top carpark (Sandow Crescent Reserve). We'll aim to do something like this twice a term...
You can go as simple or as fancy as you like - you may want to bring a rug and some outdoor games too - we'll provide ice-blocks for the kids (and this time we'll remember to bring them out!). There's a great playground for the younger kids too - we'll kick a footy or throw a frisbee and just hang out together.
Church should finish around 11.15am, so you can get in a sneaky coffee beforehand while the kids can play in the chapel courtyard. This also gives you time to pop to the local Coro shops if that’s easier than packing something beforehand.
We look forward to having you join us!
Several of our church family meet together to pray each Monday evening - these meetings are open to all. Here is some info from the team:
We believe that we are at a significant time in history.
We come to pray for ourselves, our loved ones, our community and our world as never before. We feel we need to fast, seek the Lord, and stand in the gap for others - to pray with groans and cries for them.
We want to be like tennis players, alert and ready to receive a served ball, not asleep on the court – which means we want to be ready and alert to hear what God is saying to us and be ready to join with him in praying for what is on his heart.
We feel that obedience, repentance and humble spirits are incredibly important.
We want to use the gifts we have each been given so that when we come together we are like the picture of a body, all with particular jobs to do which benefit the whole.
We feel that the gifts of the Holy Spirit (wisdom, words of knowledge, faith, healing, miracles, prophecy, the ability to tell the spirits apart, to speak in different kinds of languages and to be able to interpret what was said ([1 Cor 12](https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1%20Corinthians+12&version=NIVUK)) are vital for this.
We remember the Great Commission:
(Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation. Whoever believes and is baptised will be saved but whoever does not will be condemned. And these signs will accompany those who believe: In my name they will drive out demons, they will speak in new tongues, they will pick up snakes with their hands and when they drink deadly poison it will not hurt them at all; they will place their hands on sick people and they will get well.’ [Mark 16:15-18](https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Mark+16%3A15-18&version=NIVUK))
and understand that in order to fulfil this task we need to be baptised with the Holy Spirit and with fire.
Everyone is welcome to join us. Contact [Sue Thompson](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) (0412 793 611) for details.
All are welcome to attend this time of reflection and worship as we hear the Word, pray and are fed at the Lord's table.
The service is followed by tea, coffee and a Christmas lunch. All welcome.
More details? Contact Sarah Hughes on 0435 729 883.
Born is the King is our nativity play carols service this year, telling the good news about Jesus’ arrival in a winsome and compelling way.
The play is being directed by Thorin Cupit who has a background in drama, theatre, script writing and in recent years, film.
We are so looking forward to this presentation of the Christmas story - join us at church on Sunday 20 December and [email David](mailto:email@example.com?subject=Born%20is%20the%20King) if you would like to be involved - it's a nativity play so have a thing about which part you might like to play - there are many opportunities to be involved across all ages and abilities.