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23rd July 2023 - Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

Together Sharing Christ’s Love


Welcome to:

Redeemer, Macalister

St Mark’s, Dalby


Liturgical Colour: Green

The Sundays after Pentecost (known as the "non-festival" season of the church year) are the Sundays in which we concentrate on the growth of the church.

They begin with Trinity Sunday, and ends with "Christ the King" Sunday, where we focus on the end times, and the second coming of our Lord Jesus.

The Gospel lessons for this season concentrate on the teaching and ministry of Jesus. The Old Testament and Epistle lessons have a semi-continuous narrative, with the Revised Common Lectionary (which we customarily use) giving two options for the Old Testament lessons, either the stories of the Patriarchs through Genesis and Exodus, or the Prophets.

The liturgical colour for the Sundays after Pentecost (which comprises roughly half of the church year) is green, as this symbolises new life and growth.


ST MARK’S GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Christ Centred

Spirit Guided

Encouraging Discipleship

Inclusive

Witnessing to the Gospel


This week at Redeemer, Macalister (Yr A):

  • Readings Genesis 28:10-19a; Romans 8:12-25; Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43;

  • Worship serviceRedeemer, MacalisterNO Worship service;

  • Bible Reader – Sonya McVeigh;

  • Hymns (Mac) – 12 AT; 507; 398 AT; 194 AT;


This week at St Mark’s, Dalby (Yr A):

  • Readings – Genesis 28:10-19a; Romans 8:12-25; Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43;

  • Worship service - St Mark’s, Dalby – Worship service @ 9.30am;

  • Bible Reader – Pukallus family;

  • Prayer of Church – Pukallus family;

  • Hymns (Dalby) – Cornerstone; Be still; 330; Behold the Lamb; 474 AT; 10 AT;


Mon 24 Jul – 500 Cards in church hall @ 7.00pm

Tues 25 Jul – Men’s Talk on church hall deck @ 10.00am

Wed 26 Jul – Dalby Churches Together @ Catholic Church @ 6.00pm

Fri 28 Jul – C.H.A.O.S. – Mini Olympics @ 7.00pm

Sat 29 Jul – Creating Caring Communities @ 9.00am

Sun 30 Jul – Confirmation @ 11.00am

Sun 30 Jul – Ningana service @ 2.00pm

Every Saturday - Prayer group @ 7.00am

Add your meeting or event at St Mark's church office


On The Noticeboard:

Ø 2023 Committee Members

Ø 2023 Church Rosters

Ø Girls Brigade

Ø Stamps for Mission

Ø TEAM & Admin minutes

Ø Term 2 Chappy news


Dalby Churches Together:

Dalby Churches Together – Wednesday 26th July – hosted by St Joseph’s Catholic Church. Guest Speaker: Peter Cuskelly (speaking about his recent pilgrimage “The Way of St James”).


St Mark’s Fellowship Camp:

Mark your calendar!! St Mark’s Fellowship Camp at Mt Binga – Fri 11 to Sun 13 August 2023. If you are interested in helping organise, please see Pastor Joel.

Eva’s Place:

Eva’s Place celebrating 5 years in Dalby. Please join us from 6 p.m. on 2 September at the Urban Paddock Café to celebrate

As well as the delicious food and drinks and quality musical entertainment, the Cocktail Evening will feature stories from Eva’s Place and fun to be had by all, with both a silent and live auction taking place. Tickets available online at:


Delicious & Delightful:

St Mark’s has been approached to man the craft tent again this year at the Delicious & Delightful Festival which will be held on Saturday 26 August, 2023. Everything will be provided all we need are the volunteers and also a couple of energetic people to run the games for a couple of hours. If you wish to volunteer, please see Cameron Brauer.


Prayer Points for the Week:

· For those in authority, such as King Charles and his representatives; Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and members of parliament; Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and state parliamentarians; Mayor Paul McVeigh and local councillors;

· For the Church, LCAQD; that it may joyfully prepare for God's glory

· For the pastors Bishop Paul Smith, District Bishop Mark Vainikka; Pastor Joel Pukallus and all pastors;

· For the whole of creation, which groans under the weight of human pollution and exploitation

· For people who work in the media: journalism, newspapers, TV, radio

· For the unemployed and the underemployed, the overworked, and those with difficulties in their work

· For people who are disabled and those who care for them

Happy Birthday this week to:

Joseph Heintze (Mon); Michael Johnson (Thurs); Ivy Dyer (Sat);


Baptism Anniversaries:

Steven Muller; Ivy Dyer; Mackayla James;

If we missed your birthday or baptism anniversary, please contact St Mark's church office


Church Rosters:

Church rosters are available on the website. Check out if you are on the roster here>>


Weekly Roster for 30 July 2023:

Morning Tea: Paschke;

Bible reader: Horrigan;

Prayer of Church: Horrigan;

LIVE Stream: Kruger A;

Power-point: Brauer E;

Kids Zone:


Church Cleaning: Paschke; (5th Sunday - Renner; Pukallus)

Church Grounds: Bartsch; Fresser; Kessler;

Stewards: Brauer;

Welcoming:

PA: Ruhle;

Pastoral Assistants: Steinhardt V; Kowald K;

HC Servers: Strand T (2, 9 & 16); Renner J (23 & 30);


Macalister Roster for 30 July 2023:

Church Cleaning: Jason & Le-Anne Schelberg;

Bible reader: Ross von Pein;

Cup of Tea (Aug): Graham & Delma Weier;


Safe Place for All

In observing Christ’s command to love one another, we’re to treat each other with respect and dignity. In honouring people, we’re also fulfilling our responsibility under the law of the land. The LCA is committed to implementing processes to ensure that the church is a safe place. If anyone feels they’ve been subjected to sexual abuse and sexual harassment in any form by anyone who holds a position of trust in the church, please contact:

Ph: 1800 644 628 (free call) Email: report.abuse@safeplace.lca.org.au

Mail: PO Box 519, Marden SA 5070

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