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Term 1, 2023
During Term 1 of 2023, many of the Anglican Churches in the NT will be reading through Luke chapters 6-11. We are joining in with this plan, discovering what Jesus did and taught through this part of his ministry.
Term 4, 2022
During Term 4 we observe a range of special annual Sundays, including Anglicare Sunday, Reformation Sunday, All Saints Sunday, Christ the King and Advent.
Term 3, 2022
Term 2, 2022
Term 1, 2022
Term 4, 2021
During Term 4 we have a number of seasonal Sundays, including Reformation Sunday, All Saints Day, Remembrance Sunday and Advent. This year we will work through Luke 1 over the four weeks of Advent.
Term 2-3, 2021
A 4-week series on Prayer runs 11 April – 2 May, followed by a run of “annual” Sundays including Mothers Day, Ascension Sunday, Pentecost and Trinity Sunday.
Term 1, 2021 (Readings from Mark 11-16)
From late September until Advent we will be exploring what it means to live Transformed Lives, by the power of the Holy Spirit. Some special Sundays during this time include Anglicare Sunday, Reformation Sunday, All Saints Day, Remembrance Sunday and our Giving Sunday for 2020.
During Advent and Christmas we will follow the Lectionary readings.
God’s Big Story of the Bible
During June – September 2020 we are spending 14 weeks exploring God’s Big Story of the Bible.
Holy Week & April-May
During Holy Week we will follow the Lectionary readings.
During 19/4 – 10/5 we will have a short series on 1 Samuel 1-3.
On 17/5 we will celebration Jesus’ Ascension, with the Lectionary readings for Ascension Day.
On 24/5 we will observe the National Day of Thanks.
On 31/5 we will celebrate the Day of Pentecost, with the Lectionary readings.
October 2019 – 12 January 2020
We are following the lectionary during October-November, and then into Advent and Christmas.
On 19 January 2020 we will start a new series on Paul’s first letter to the church in Corinth.