Join us for a very special morning of celebration! We'll be giving thanks for and baptising several of our very young children and adults, and others will be Confirming their faith in Christ.
Baptism is a sign of belonging to Christ's church and a declaration of faith in Jesus and his work for us. For children of a believing parent, baptism signifies a desire to bring children up to know and love Jesus and is an opportunity for the church to declare its support of the family in this.
All are welcome to join Greg & Raylene Pearce at the launch of Greg's novel [Almost Schmidty](https://www.arkhousepress.com/almost-schmidty/).
Almost Schmidty is located in Flaxley and the surrounding areas in the Adelaide Hills - Jupiter Creek Gold diggings, Mt Barker High, Nairne Oval, the Bugle Ranges, Echunga and the Flaxley dairy farms and the 'Methodist' Church.
The book will be launched by local author Anne Bartlett, and will be celebrated with a 60's style afternoon tea, with music performed by Jen Lush.
RSVP by November 12 to 0434 332 044
All are welcome to join the Thursday Morning Group for a time of prayer, singing and teaching on Thursday mornings, followed by a cuppa together.
8 - 22 Nov : Grant Thorpe will complete the final three of his talks on Revelation.
Contact: [Les Ormrod](mailto:email@example.com) on 0404 732 484.
Husband and wife duo The Sweet Sorrows will join us with some Celtic tunes and anecdotes.
The Sweet Sorrows perform a unique blend of original and traditional music delighting audiences with their honest faith and vocal harmonies.
For more information visit www.thesweetsorrows.com
Alternatively, catch them:
Sunday 24 November
A Garden Party With The Sweet Sorrows
61 Caulfield Ave, Cumberland Pk
2.00pm, with their first set beginning at 3.00pm
RSVP by 20 November to Shiona Ferguson on 0414 227 347
Come and join us at our regular monthly prayer evening as we gather together in prayer.
All are invited to the launch of Stories of Life 2018: Three Dummies in a Dinghy, the anthology of Christian testimonies produced by Tabor, Life FM, Eternity Matters, and Lutheran Schools Association.
Books for sale on the night for $20, or email [Claire Bell](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) to purchase a copy.
Another book will also be launched on the night called If they could talk: Bible stories told by the animals, where a number of authors retell Bible stories from the perspective of an animal witness. There's comedy, drama, tragedy, reflection, heart-warming and apocalyptic - an eclectic mix with the potential to help readers gain a fresh outlook on familiar tales.
Claire Bell can also take orders for this book, or see the copy available in the church library.
Our monthly catch-up for women of all ages – all welcome to come and join in for a coffee and chat.
Come and join us at CUSundayNight with barista coffee and café-style snacks available both before and afterwards.
Contact: David & Sue Thompson, Adi & Jen Francis or Sam Cheesman for more details.