12 noon BYO Lunch
for 12.30 pm – 5.00pm
entrance gate, 30 Claremont Avenue, Netherby.
drawing upon Sally Longley’s book
Walking the Labyrinth as the Beloved in John’s Gospel.
An appointment with Jesus at the Well John 4:4-15
Please bring your own lunch. Hot drinks and biscuits provided.
RSVP Wednesday 26th September 2018
Deirdre Ragless email@example.com or
Dianne Bradley firstname.lastname@example.org,
telephone 8276 2928
by Wednesday 26th September please.
With familiar candour and colour, John Bodycomb excoriates church leadership for evading, and layering over with platitudes, two huge questions:
• What future for organised religion in Western societies? and (in light of this)
• What future for the so-called ‘religious professional’?
More information: New Release 2 elephants1
“John Bodycomb, Uniting Church minister, theological educator and sociologist, confronts us with research findings which herald a bleak future for the Christian churches in a secular society like Australia. Further he raises the question of the implications of this for the future of the ordained ministry, and thus for anyone currently contemplating training for that ministry.”
Review by John Gunson https://pcnetsa.org/book-reviews/john-bodycomb-tw…ants-in-the-room/
Life Still Matters…
AN INVITATION TO ATTEND A 3 DAY WORKSHOP FOR OVER 35s to explore how meaning in life can deepen and grow, with fresh energy as experience and wisdom accumulate.
Purpose is not static. We all have a contribution to make to the world around us.
Presented by Initiatives of Change, 21 to 24 September 2018, at Port Elliott Beach house YHA
For more information and contact details: LSM SA Inv with Application 8e final