Weekly Electronic Notices
Week beginning 10 May 2020-No 63
- Happy Mother’s Day to our St Dunstan’s community!
- Next Sunday 17 May, we will be celebrating our Patronal Festival – the feast of St Dunstan. Bishop Genieve Blackwell will be joining us at our live streamed service. This service will be a Holy Communion so you may like to use your Spiritual Communion booklets (attached).
- A message from Chris Forte regarding Jams and Chutney for sale.
A few of us have been keeping busy during this time of isolation by making jams and chutneys.
We therefore have a limited numbers available for sale, with all funds going into our yearly fundraising efforts – every bit helps!
Below is a list of what is available and it will be first come first served. I am happy to deliver them and either collect money to pass on for banking or if you wish to deposit directly please let me know and I’ll provide banking details.
They are $7 each.
Apricot jam – apricots from church garden patch tree!
Rhubarb & Orange Jam
Peaches, Pineapple & Passionfruit Jam
Apricot & Pineapple Jam
Plum & Raspberry Jam
Jumbleberry Jam (Blackberry, Raspberry & Strawberry)
Mango & Ginger Jam
Tomato & Garlic Chutney
Piccalilly – great with cheese- very yummy!
Green tomato pickles
Mango & ginger Chutney
Green Tomato marmalade – great with cheese, add to cheese platters.
Please email me and I’ll do my best to give you your choice. Some stocks are very low, so don’t delay!
- Please continue to pray for each other from our Parish Prayer List:
- Don’t forget to follow our Facebook page St Dunstans Anglican Church Group .https://www.facebook.com/groups/482613181793174/and bookmark our websitewww.stdunstans.org.au. We will be live streaming Sunday services at 9.30am on Facebook and soon after, the Vicar’s message will also be uploaded onto our website.
- The May edition of The Melbourne Anglican (TMA) is now available at http://tma.melbourneanglican.org.au/this-months-tma in various formats for reading online and printing.
We have some great stories in this edition, including news of how Melbourne Anglicans are contributing to the ongoing bushfire recovery effort in Gippsland and Wangaratta; an interview with Alice Achan, the founder of a remarkable project that is rebuilding the lives of vulnerable women in Uganda; and a piece by Oxford mathematics professor John Lennox about where a Christian worldview may fit in helping to make sense of the coronavirus crisis and its effects.
Please note that the Prayer Diary has not been included within the pages of TMA this month, but can be found at https://www.melbourneanglican.org.au/spiritual-resources/.
Her love is like
an island in life’s ocean,
vast and wide
A peaceful, quiet shelter
From the wind, the rain, the tide.
‘Tis bound on the north by Hope,
By Patience on the West,
By tender Counsel on the South
And on the East by Rest.
Above it like a beacon light
Shine Faith, and Truth, and Prayer;
And thro’ the changing scenes of life
I find a haven there.