When you are voting this weekend, come along to the St Luke’s Uniting Church polling place (“Highton Central” as the VEC call it).
The Geelong Youth Choir will be running a sausage sizzle, St Luke’s will be running a cake stall and St Luke’s Men’s Shed will be running a garage sale.
Here’s the Weekly Update:
Weekly update 18th Nov 2018
All Saints Day
Love the Lord your God and Love your neighbour as yourself
Congratulations and thankyou to all involved with last weekend’s Garage Sale.
Weekly update 28th Oct 2018
Thankyou Insert 28th October 2018
St Luke’s is fortunate to be hosting a polling station at the up coming State election on November 24th.
On this day we will be holding a cake stall, and we need bakers! Can you help?
Forms with ingredients lists, etc. are available are available in the Foyer from Isabel Tattersall or from the pigeonholes during the week.
Uniting Church President Dr Deidre Palmer has joined faith and community leaders in calling for children being held in detention on Nauru to be brought to safety in Australia.
Weekly update 21st Oct 2018
This week we’ve had the Uniting Spring Newsletter arrive at St. Luke’s, and also samples of this year’s fundraising Christmas Cards. Available to order from the Office or Jean Daw.
Uniting Spring Newsletter 2018
From Lewis Pascoe at Uniting Barwon:
The month end book sale will be held on Friday 26th October at the Uniting Barwon Grovedale site (272 Torquay Road, cnr Reserve and Torquay Roads) between 10.00am – 2.00pm.
Plenty of old and new stock to browse through and all books are only $1.00!
We look forward to seeing you there.
Encompass Community Services is holding a FREE Disability Awareness Training session ‘DON’T STARE, BE AWARE’ on Thursday 9th Nov, 10am-11am.
If you or anyone you know is interested to participate in the session, please let us know by Friday 2nd November.
The session aims to promote disability awareness; and create more inclusive, accessible and diverse work environments.
This project is an initiative of Encompass; funded by Give Where You Live.
Please feel free to contact Franchette “Fritzie” Punsalang on 5222 3377 for any questions.
The Combined Refugee Action Group will hold a Community Picnic on Sunday October 21.
Everyone is welcome, and particularly African Australian members of the Geelong community who have been impacted by recent negative media and political comment.
Let’s get together and enjoy one another’s company. We are all Australian.
Eastern Beach BBQ area from 12:00 noon.
Bring food to share, seats or picnic rugs to sit on, sports equipment for games, and musical instruments.