1. Public Morning Prayer at Coniston
2. Shellharbour City Serve
3. Other Events
(Blue highlights are links)
1. Daily Morning Prayer at Coniston United Church (Pulse 94.1 FM)
Everyone is invited to join in this special prayer time which coincides with the 40 Day Prayer & Worship Relay (see poster below).
We will be praying that the Illawarra churches will continue to be blessed and experience growth in the coming weeks and months, as the Spirit of God moves among us.
Monday to Friday
Coniston United Church (grounds of Pulse 94.1FM)
39 Bridge St, Coniston 2500
Aaron Wright, manager of Pulse 94.1FM, is excited about this prayer event and enjoys seeing the Body of Christ working together to bring hope and healing to the people of our region.
Scripture says, “Behold how good and pleasant it is when brethren dwell together in unity . . . for there the Lord bestows His blessing, even life forevermore”.
Yours for the kingdom of God
Warwick Marsh, Pat Steele and Hengki Widjaja
First City Serve of the year, Follow link for website.
Shellharbour Aboriginal Community Youth Association
Oakleigh Park Hall, Warilla NSW 2528, Lake Illawarra, NSW 2528 Australia
From Pastor Shane Cook:
The combined churches of Shellharbour invite you to join us for the 1st City Serve Project for 2017.
City Serve is coming together with Shellharbour Council, Shellharbour regional churches and the greater community to transform our city through service.
Come along on thefrom at the Shellharbour Aboriginal Community Youth Association (SACYA) located at 159 Shellharbour Road, Warilla (Oakleigh Park Hall) as we work together to create an improved recreation, after school care and learning area for our regional indigenous youth.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided for all volunteers.
CityServe shirts and caps will be available for purchase on the day.
More information: 0417 027 472
Shellharbour Community Church
Shellharbour Community Church
Please send someone from you church to observe what the Lord is doing
To date, City Serve has been blessed with 700 volunteers from around 30 churches who have contributed around $120,000 worth of volunteer hours back into the community.
Results of a recent survey at a scripture class in an Illawarra school
Do you go to church? All but one said: never
Do you pray? The majority said: regularly
Do you read the Bible? Most said: never or occasionally
Do your parents talk about God? All said: never or rarely
Do you enjoy scripture? Most said: heaps, one said: no.
Lets keep at it and pray for our schools!
National Gathering Sydney
A National Conference to Explore City Gospel Movements.
In May, people from around the nation and from overseas will be gathering in Sydney for the inaugural National Gathering. The event is open to leaders and interested Christians from church and market place.
The purpose of the NG is to encourage and to inspire delegates with stories of how the gospel can, and is impacting cities and towns around the world, including our own nation. Tim Keller from Redeemer Church in New York described this city gospel movement:
The movement has seen incredible results in New York where there’s been a 300% growth in Christianity in recent years. At no point in history has there been such potential for a new growth of Christianity.
“The speed (and growth) of the gospel in a city is in proportion to the depth of unity in that city in the body of Christ”.
Hosted by Ian Shelton, One Heart Coordinator Follow link for details
Wollongong Prayer Breakfast
City Beach Function Centre
Speaker is Wendy Simson OAM
Early Bird Tickets available now. Follow link for details.
Save the date, more details to come.
Every Friday Morning Prayer Breakfasts. It’s a great time of prayer, fellowship and Godly start to the day. Meets at the offices of Warwick Marsh, Dads4Kids, behind Central Rd shops, through KFC car park Unanderra.
Pray with, and for, other Christian leaders in your area.
How is your local leaders fellowship going?
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