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Vote for St Luke’s

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We need your vote in the My Community Grants Project. Visit https://mycommunityproject.service.nsw.gov.au and if you live in the Wallsend Electorate, vote for St Luke’s Playspace at St Luke’s Anglican Church. This Children’s playground area will directly benefit children experiencing a difficult time in their life through the Samaritans ‘Creative Times’ program.

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What’s On

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July 19 Sun 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7.30am Eucharist 10.30am Eucharist 20 Mon Margaret of Antioch 21 Tue Jesmond Grove 22 Wed St Mary Magdalene, Apostle to the Apostles 9am-2.30pm Op Shop open 9am-10.30am Petite Stars dancing 12pm Mass 23 Thur Fr Andrew at Uni 6pm Hall Hired 24 Fri Fr Andrew day off […]

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Refugee Week

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Friday 19th June 6pm Fr Andrew joins Imam M. Hamed from the Mayfield Mosque for aN online discussion on moral and religious responsibility towards refugees in 2020. Zoom details to come.

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St Luke’s Re-opening for Weekday services

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Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, It is with joy and a measure of caution that I am pleased to announce the Bishop has given permission for St Luke’s to reopen for worship in a limited capacity in accordance with state government regulations.  For the foreseeable future St Luke’s is permitted to hold worship:  On […]

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Zoom morning Tea

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This Wednesday at 10.30am St Luke’s is holding a zoom morning tea for parishioners and guests. If you would like to join us, please email office@stlukeswallsend.church to ask for the meeting code.

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Bishop Peter writes…

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Bishop Peter Stuart: “Why I am wary of any changes in legislation that create opportunities for discrimination.” https://www.newcastleherald.com.au/story/6242185/discrimination-doesnt-nurture-educational-communities/?fbclid=IwAR39HFxkYSvdMITpYcjAP2hhJiWDwvBtyE8HsprWp5O-oF-Y8RREKwiswyI

Faith

Advent Calendar – By Bishop Rowan Williams

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Advent Calendar He will come like last leaf’s fall. One night when the November wind has flayed the trees to the bone, and earth wakes choking on the mould, the soft shroud’s folding. He will come like frost. One morning when the shrinking earth opens on mist, to find itself arrested in the net of […]