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3 July, 2022 - Pentecost 4

Updated: Jul 1, 2022

Together Sharing Christ’s Love

Weekly Bulletin – 3rd July, 2022

Greetings from St Mark's & Redeemer

Notices for this week


Christ Centred Spirit Guided Encouraging Discipleship

Inclusive Witnessing to the Gospel

Service for Fourth Sunday after Pentecost:

  • Readings – 2 Kings 5:1-14; Galatians 6:7-16; Luke 10:1-11, 16-20;

  • Worship serviceRedeemer, Macalister – Lay led Worship service – 7.30am

  • Bible Reader – Colin Muller

  • Hymns (Mac) – LH 54; AT 292; LH 465; AT 103

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

· Bible Reader – Brauer family;

· Prayer of Church – Brauer family;

· Hymns (Dalby) – 62 AT; 65 AT; Day by Day (I am carried); Go Light Your World

Meetings this week:

Mon 4 July – 500 Cards in church hall @ 7.00pm

Tues 5 July – Dalby – Women’s Fellowship @ 9.30am

Fri 8 July – Chicks Chat on the Hall Deck from 12.30pm

Sun 10 July – Chinchilla – CMA service @ 10.30am followed by Lunch and the Call Meeting @ 1pm

Every Saturday - Prayer group @ 7.00am

Add your meeting or event with Gayle at the Church Office

The Lutheran – If you subscribe, please collect your Renewal Invoice from the small table in the Narthex. Thank you.

LCA Story of the Week:

Finke River Mission is arranging commemorative activities in Central Australia this month to mark the centenary of the death of Lutheran missionary Carl Strehlow. Pastor Strehlow is most remembered for his service among the Western Arrarnta people at Hermannsburg (Ntaria). Visit to read the story and find promotional resources to share with your congregation and friends.

Delicious and Delightful:

As a part of our continuing support for our wider community, our church would like to participate in our annual ‘Delicious and Delightful’ festival to be held on Saturday 27 August. After consulting with the ‘Delicious and Delightful’ committee, it is thought that we could run the children’s activity tent. As we haven’t had our usual Holiday Fun Time, we are hoping we could put our talents and resources into this event. We are looking for volunteers to:

· organize activities for in the tent

· supervise activities on the day

· sell tickets for jumping castle

The activities for the children will be craft related. The tent will be running from 12 midday through to approximately 6pm. We will have a rooster set up so even if you have one hour to spare, it will be greatly appreciated. Or maybe help prior to the event by organizing craft activities. It is thought that we could either wear our blue St Mark’s shirts or our HFT blue shirts (with something underneath them for winter!) We also need a few people to help coordinate this. Anyone interested in helping, please see Lois Strand or Cameron Brauer.

Creating Caring Communities

This short course aims to build a foundation to grow parishes as supportive communities. Many are unaware of actions and words that can cause others to feel excluded or not valued. Course Duration: 4 Sessions, each 3-4 Hrs

When: 30/07/22 – 20/08/22 (4 consecutive Saturdays)

There is a cost involved and interest in this can be directed to Barry Weier for more information.

Congratulations to Nate and Claudia on the safe arrival of August Nathan Hensel this week. May God bless your precious, new family.

Happy Birthday this week to:

Grace Horrigan (Sun today); Matt Kruger (Sun today);

Errol Ruhle (Sat);

Baptism Anniversaries:

Charlie Brauer;

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

Prayers for the Week:

· For those in authority, such as Queen Elizabeth and her representatives; Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and members of parliament; Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and state parliamentarians; and Mayor Paul McVeigh and local councillors; for the nations of the world, that they may receive the blessing of peace

· For the Church, LCAQD; that it may labour in the harvest field of the world

· For the pastors Bishop Paul smith, District Bishop Mark Vainikka; Pastor Joel Pukallus and all pastors; that they may preach the word of God

· For deacons and church workers to serve the needs of the faithful

· For political leaders to work for peace and the common wellbeing of all citizens

· For welfare and health workers to serve the needs of the community

· For relief agency workers to alleviate the suffering of those who are very poor or threatened by natural disaster

· For all Christians in their calling, that they may serve God's kingdom by serving others

Church Rosters:

Church rosters are available on the website.

Check out if you are on the roster here>>

Weekly Roster for 10 July:

Morning Tea: Horrigan; Pukallus;

Bible reader: Kruger;

Prayer of Church: Kruger;

Media TEAM: Taylor;

Power-point: Brauer E;

Kids Zone: School Holidays;

Monthly Roster for July:

Church Cleaning: Paschke;

Church Grounds: Bartsch; Fresser; Kessler;

Stewards: Brauer;

Welcoming: Steinhardt

PA: Ruhle

Pastoral Assistants: Murray P; Barry W;

HC Servers: Renner J (3, 10, & 17); Bartsch R (24, & 31)

Macalister Roster for 10 July:

Church Cleaning: Brian & Lynelle W;

Bible reader: Graham W;

Cup of Tea (July): Colin & Trish M;

For more information - Contact Church Office

Manse: Pastor Joel Pukallus, 22 Archibald St, Dalby, Qld, 4405

P: 4669 7061

M: 0413 375 203

Office: Gayle Taylor, Cnr Condamine & Archibald Sts, Dalby, Qld, 4405 - (PO Box 298)

P: 4662 2364 - (Hours: Tues-Fri, 9am-1pm)

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:

Mail: PO Box 519, Marden SA 5070

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