THE EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
St Francis of Assisi – Blessing of the Animals
10am Eucharist with hymns
Celebrant & Preacher: Bishop Philip Huggins
Piano: Jim Richardson
Readings: Genesis 2: 18 – 25
Matthew 6: 25 – 29
134 Mother earth, our mother birthing
135 All things bright and beautiful
607 Make me a channel of your peace
100 All creatures of our God
Monday 10 October 5.30pm Meditation
DATES TO REMEMBER!
Sunday October 30: ‘Solace’ 12noon – 12.45pm
Saturday November 12: HTPM Mini-market and cake stall
Sunday November 27: HTPM Parish Statutory Meeting (AGM)
PARISH STATUTORY MEETING – Sunday November 27 @ 12 noon
This meeting will be held in person after church on Sunday November 27. In the next few weeks Nomination Forms will be available for the election of Churchwardens, Parish Council Members, Parish Incumbency Committee. Please consider.
THE MELBOURNE ANGLICAN – New look!
TMA, the previous monthly newsletter from the Melbourne Anglican Diocese, has a new ‘magazine style’ format and is now called ‘The Melbourne Anglican’. Copies of the October edition are on the entry table – please take one and read about faith news from Australia and beyond, as well as stories celebrating the work of churches and their members.
MINUTES OF PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS
If anyone would like to read the minutes from Parish Council Meetings, there is a purple folder at the entry table containing the previous months’ minutes.
DONATIONS FOR BASP (Brigidine Asylum Seeker Project)
Many thanks to Barbara for delivering our recent donations to BASP in Albert Park. In the latest BASP newsletter there was information about the donations that are currently needed:
- Emphasis on VOUCHERS so that people can choose their own food and groceries.
- Sugar, cooking oil, salt & pepper, tea, coffee, herbs and spices, long-life milk, noodles, and rice.
- Household goods such as tinfoil, pegs, toothpaste and toothbrushes, soap deodorants, and GARBAGE BAGS and BIN LINERS – all sizes.
*** PLEASE NOTE *** – THEY HAVE ENOUGH TINNED FOOD (esp. soup)—NO TINS NEEDED AT THIS POINT IN TIME.