This study is based on Julian Cribb’s book and augmented with theological reflection.
This book explores the central question facing humanity today: how can we best survive the ten great existential challenges that are coming together to confront us? Besides descriptions of these challenges from the latest scientific perspectives, the book outlines and integrates solutions, both at global and individual level, and concludes optimistically.
The book will be available to purchase at a cost of $30.00.
This booklet invites reflection and discussion on some of the passages for Lent and Easter from the Gospel of Matthew.
Robert Bos guides us through the origin of the Gospel, the emphases of Matthew’s writings in the social context of his day, his attitude to Torah observance, and his call to recognise human need and compassion. By meditating deeply on the message of Matthew, we’ll nourish our minds and hearts, deepen our devotion, strengthen our discipleship and enrich our everyday living on the journey through Lent to Easter.
There will be a charge of $12.00 for the booklet.
7.30 pm, commencing 3th March
led by Chris Ayles at the home of Jan Schroeder
address to be provided on registration.
Celebrating the communion of science and faith, and featuring over a dozen leading theologians and progressive thinkers, Painting the Stars explores the promise of evolutionary Christian spirituality.
The invitation is to create space to inhabit the mystery of God and ponder more deeply the relationship between science, particularly evolution, and religion.
Rev Dr Jonathan Barker will help us prepare our hearts and minds for worship on Sunday by leading us in reflecting on the Lectionary readings for each Sunday in Lent.