Posts from November 2018

Posts from November 2018

Newsletter for Sunday 2nd December 2018

Sunday 2nd December 2018   Greetings and welcome to this week’s newsletter A Note from Linda Happy New Year!  Yes, already!  This week we begin a new year in the church calendar with the season of Advent. Our theme for this season is ‘Angels Among Us’. In this series, when we talk about angels, our understanding is of ‘one who has a message’, ‘an envoy’ or ‘one that…

Newsletter for 25th November 2018

Web: athelstonechurch.org.au Email: office@athelstonechurch.org.au Newsletter: newsletter@athelstonechurch.org.au Phone: 08 8336 9905 Site/Postal: 33 Fox Ave, Athelstone, SA 5076 Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 9.30 am-12.30       Minister: Rev Linda Driver: Mobile 0458 500 656 minister@athelstonechurch.org.au                    Available: Tue, Thur, Fri, Sun  …

Newsletter for Sunday 18th November 2018

  Web: athelstonechurch.org.au Email: office@athelstonechurch.org.au Newsletter: newsletter@athelstonechurch.org.au Phone: 08 8336 9905 Site/Postal: 33 Fox Ave, Athelstone, SA 5076 Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 9.30 am-12.30 p Minister: Rev Linda Driver: Mobile 0458 500 656 minister@athelstonechurch.org.au                    Available: Tue, Thur, Fri, Sun…

Newsletter for Sunday 11th November 2018

                                                                                                                                     Sunday 11th November 2018   Greetings and welcome to this week’s newsletter   A Note from Linda This Sunday is Remembrance Day, which will commemorate 100 years since fighting seized in World War One. In our morning…

Wirra words of the week – Water

The warmer weather is fast approaching and this reminds us of the importance of water. If you are passing through the wirra and notice an empty ice cream container, please top it up for our local koala population. The dampness under rocks, logs and leaf litter also provides shelter for many smaller creatures in the wirra. Not only do the local fauna enjoy a supply of…

Wirra words of the week – Walls

Christmas is fast approaching and the wirra is drying rapidly. The native grasses have greened and are seeding and soon, we will notice the Christmas Bush (Spinosa bursaria) begin to bloom with its bunches of tiny white flowers. This year we have been challenged with wet weather on Tuesdays, but in the past Stay and Players have often looked for the shady pots in the…

Newsletter for Sunday 4th November 2018

                                                                                                                                     Sunday 4th November 2018   Greetings and welcome to this week’s newsletter   A Note from Linda I’m back!  Thanks for your prayers – I had a good week off, studying and relaxing! Our focus during November is Extravagant…