10am Eucharist with hymns
Celebrant & Preacher: Bishop Philip Huggins
Piano: Helen Barry
Readings: Isaiah 58: 8 – 11
2 Corinthians 4: 5 – 6
John 12: 35 – 47
Hymns: 59 All people that on earth do dwell
390 Alleluia, give thanks
229 Jesus loves me
470 Rejoice in God’s saints
Monday 4 July *** NB – NO MEDITATION DURING SCHOOL HOLIDAYS ***
NO MEDITATION DURING THE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
The Meditation Group will not meet tomorrow – Monday July 4, due to the school holidays. The Meditation Group will resume on Monday July 10 at 5.30pm in the church.
‘SPIRIT OF PORT’ WALK
Last Sunday Janet Bolitho from ‘Port Places’ led a walk for the City of Port Phillip, entitled ‘Spirit of Port’. As part of the walk the group visited Holy Trinity to look specifically at the stained-glass window and the wooden cross above the altar. Over 30 people attended the walk and enjoyed hearing the different histories of these special parts of our church. Following Janet’s talk, one man mentioned in particular his appreciation of the ‘black board’ beside the church and the weekly message that appears on it!
This week marks the beginning of Naidoc Week, an opportunity for all Australians to celebrate and recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It is an opportunity for all Australians to learn about First Nations cultures and histories and participate in celebration of one of the oldest, continuous living cultures on earth. To find out more, go to: www.naidoc.org.au
HOLY TRINITY BELL !
Who knew the bell from the HTPM church building that was on the corner of Bay and Graham Streets, was hiding in our back courtyard! Bishop Philip has written to TMA to ask TMA readers if anyone has a bell stand that might be suitable.
“We want the bell to sound in Bay Street, Port Melbourne – calling folk to worship; recalling God is present; reminding us that ”all time is God’s time”, as St. Benedict says!”
USED STAMPS COLLECTED FOR ABM (Anglican Board of Mission)
Don’t forget that we collect used stamps and send them to ABM. The used stamps help ABM to fund mission projects. A red collection box is at the table at entry table. **Please trim used stamps with a 1cm border around them**.