Author Archive: Ben English

Prayer and Planning at the Hub – Update

Thursday 19th November a number of us met at the Hub for prayer and planning. As we met together, two things stood out: That we would not necessarily be running a food pantry just like Ginninderra Anglican That we would not be offering a service to the poor. It could be assumed that we would […]

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Christmas Carols in Wright

Hi Guys, This year I’ve been involved with the Molonglo Residents Advisory Group. It’s a group that has been set up to promote community in the new Molonglo development. As we talked about community events, the idea of a community Christmas Carols was suggested, and was later dismissed due to funding concerns. So I asked […]

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Morning tea for everyone

This term we will be doing morning tea a bit differently. Up until now, it’s been first in first served, you snooze, you lose, the early bird catches the worm… etc. So we’re trying to ensure everyone has a chance to get have a snack, and we all have a part to play to make […]

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Inviting our friends to Introducing God

This Sunday we will continue to hand out Introducing God postcards to help us invite our friends to the Introducing God course. Some of us may find it easier to invite our friends electronically, whether it is through Facebook, email or some other means. If this is you, the graphic on this post will help. […]

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Being a Welcoming Church

Our church has been busy over the last few weeks inviting Weston Creek and Molonglo to church this Easter, but our efforts should not stop there. We not only want people to come and hear the gospel, but experience the gospel in the way we sacrificially serve and look after the newcomer. Some ways we […]

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Letterbox drop

This Easter let’s make the most of inviting our neighbours as we answer the questions: “Who is Jesus?” and “Who is God?” We would love it if you could help us letterbox drop the Weston Creek and Molonglo areas. We are looking at inviting just under 10,000 households. If we work on this together it […]

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