THE SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT
LIGHTING OF THE SECOND ADVENT CANDLE
10am Eucharist with hymns
Celebrant & Preacher: Bishop Philip Huggins
Piano: Ping Chew
Isaiah 11: 1 – 10
Psalm 72: 1 – 7, 18 – 21
Romans 15: 4 – 13
Matthew 3: 1 – 12
598 Dear Father
73 Laudate Dominum
636 God has spoken
650 Brother, sister
Monday 5 December, 5.30 pm Meditation
ADVENT BIBLE STUDIES – Friday 9, 16 & 23 December 2022
Reverend Joseph will lead a series of Advent Bible Studies beginning Friday, December 9 @ 4.30 pm. The Advent Studies will concentrate on the Nativity passages in the Bible.
WORKING BEE – Next Saturday: December 10 @ 9 am
A working bee will be held in the church next Saturday (starting at 9 am) to make everything ‘clean and sparkly’ in preparation for Christmas. MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK! Please speak to Barbara for more details.
‘SOLACE’ – next Sunday 11 December 2022
Galliano and Dave will again offer us 45 minutes of beautiful music to meditate on and spend time in quiet reflection.
Begins at 12 noon (sharp) in the church. All are welcome – invite your family and friends!
CHRISTMAS AT HOLY TRINITY
SUNDAY 18 December 5 pm: Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols
SATURDAY 24 December, Christmas Eve 5 pm: Children’s Christmas Service
10 pm: Midnight Mass
SUNDAY 25 December: Christmas Day 9 am: Christmas Eucharist with Carols
** NB 9 am start on Christmas Day **
CHRISTMAS SERVICES – Posters, Flyers, and Auction Board.
At the entry table to the church are posters and flyers that can be distributed to neighbours, friends, and family, that outline the service times for the Christmas season. PLEASE take some – more can be printed. The auction board outside the church will be installed next Saturday – 10 December 2022.
BASP – Brigidine Asylum Seeker Program
We will forward one more donation of goods to BASP before Christmas. Please consider what you could offer.
*** Supermarket vouchers are particularly appreciated. ***
“We seemingly never have enough washing powder, dishwashing detergents, and household cleaning products.”
NB “We currently have enough tinned food.”