There is one final opportunity to select from the range of GMP Cards and Giftlines before this ministry concludes on 30 June 2020.
Where: Western Communities Mile End Church of Christ, 2 Danby St, Torrensville.
When: Monday 15 June 10:00am – 4:00pm OR Tuesday 16 June 9:00am – 4:00pm.
Half hour time slot bookings are preferred (ring 8352 3466 or email email@example.com) so we can make sure we adhere to the regulations around social distancing; otherwise there might be a short waiting time.
Make the most of this opportunity to stock up your supplies. There are great value gift cards (all include a Scripture verse; no card over $5), beautifully made, educational Bright Solutions Vietnam products, PNG soaps, a variety of books and giftlines. These sales support our partners serving Christ globally.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Come on in to Side Gate Cafe on Monday.
Order and Pay, then collect on either Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Julia will have it all ready to collect.
Come along and say Hello.
The prices are fantastic. The smiles are genuine.
You'll be glad you came.
Welcome to Term 2 Week 3 at Element Youth!! (on Zoom 7.30pm)
News: Restrictions are easing but not yet enough to run youth at church.
This week... get your fingers/mouth/brain ready for a Quiz Night!
Bring your pet to youth. At supper you can share their name, age and what breed or type they are.
Next week... Scavenger hunt – you will be hunting down items at home.
Challenge: find the craziest hat you can and show it off – no prizes but the coolest/loudest/biggest hat wins :)
Same Bat time, same Bat channel Fridays 7:30pm every week during school term via ZOOM
Connection Points... Our term program will be conducted on Zoom in the comfort of your own home, if you have technical challenges please let us know and we will see what we can do to help.
The best way to stay connected with any program changes and see what is going on at Element Youth is to connect in with our Facebook page and Instagram profile.
If you are struggling with Isolation or would just like to reach and talk to someone you can call the Marion Church of Christ and they will get in touch with you. PH: 08 8277 7388.
For ZOOM details, contact Mark Selke (Youth Pastor) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Let us join together in prayer from your home - you can connect as a family, or in solitude and quiet, in your garden or car, over the phone or in the ZOOM session.
If you'd like the link for the ZOOM prayer session, please contact our office on email@example.com
We give thanks anew for your providence and presence.
We prayerfully seek your grace, amidst COVID-19 here and overseas.
We pray for those in need of healing.
We pray for your peace with those who are anxious or grieving.
We pray you will continue to strengthen and sustain
all those who are serving in response.
We pray for your Holy Spirit’s discernment
amidst the many choices and decisions
facing our national, community and medical leaders.
We pray we each might see quickly what more we can do
to help those who are vulnerable.
This prayer for our nation in the family of nations,
with all that is on our hearts,
we gather now and pray
through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Have you checked it out yet?
Watch all the Marion Church of Christ services - sermons, worship and communion.
Rewatch, share, invite others to join in.
Thank you to everyone who has been supporting us in this new way of connecting with one another.
God is good. God is present. God is faithful.
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Further information will be available as it comes to hand
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Church Office
May you feel God's love this mother's day - wherever you are - far or near.
Giving thanks for the amazing women who have touched our lives - from teachers, to shop keepers, nurses, aunts, neighbours and more.
We say thank you!
MarionLIFE’s Emergency Relief Service is continuing to operate – while we can, and with a management plan in place, we are staying open to assist some of SA’s most vulnerable people.
Any help that can be provided through dona ng food or hygiene items would be amazing. If you would like to drop off donations, please bring them to MarionLIFE 887 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park (enter at rear of Alawoona Ave) between 9am-12noon Monday to Thursday.
If you can’t get physical donations to us, financial donations to assist us continue this work supporting individuals and families in need are an option via
https://www.givenow.com.au/ marionlife – every little bit helps.
To all the parents working fom home,
I read this article from YouVersion that was really helpful and encouraging.
Bless you for all you are doing on the home front.
From the Marion Church of Christ Office Team
How to Make Physical Distancing Work for Your Family
[When troubles of any kind come your way, consider it an opportunity for great joy - Jamess 1:2 - Verse Image](https://www.bible.com/bible/116/JAM.1.2)
Physical distancing has presented parents with challenges that most of us have never faced before. Even if you already considered your family to be your primary ministry, adjusting to working at home can blur the line between family life and work life.
Many of us at YouVersion are parents, so just like you, we’ve been looking for strategies that will work for our families. Below are just a few approaches we’ve found so far. While we realize every family has unique circumstances, we hope you’ll find something here that’s helpful.
Communicate, collaborate, and coordinate.
If both parents are trying to work from home, remember that you’re on the same team together. Try to set up a schedule that suits everyone. Some of us are taking shifts, where one parent works from 8:30am to 12:00pm, while the other cares for the kids, then switching from 12:30pm to 5:00pm. Make a plan, but leave room to be flexible.
[…Always be humble and gentle. Be patient with each other, making allowance for each other’s faults…](https://www.bible.com/bible/116/EPH.4.2)
Include your kids.
Ask your children to “help” in ways that make sense for their ages. You might help them make a “Time to Work” sign for you, then explain that when you hang it on the door, that means you need to concentrate. Help them make special artwork for your workspace—especially if you’ll be in video meetings. Your kids are more likely to respect boundaries between work time and family time if they feel invested in both.
[Imprint these words of mine on your hearts and minds… Teach them to your children, talking about them when you sit in your house and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.](https://www.bible.com/bible/72/DEU.11.18-19)
Set realistic expectations.
“Productivity” looks different right now than it did three months ago. And, most of the people you work with are likely dealing with issues very similar to yours. Be a living example of the things you hope to receive from others. Give grace to your coworkers, to your children, and to yourself.
[The Holy Spirit produces this kind of fruit in our lives: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.](https://www.bible.com/bible/116/GAL.5.22-23)
As much as you can, enjoy this time you have together. It may be hard to remember right now, but just a few months ago, many of us were trying to find ways to spend more time with our kids. It’s true that our current circumstances come with real challenges. But, it’s also true that we have the power to choose how we respond. We can see them as setbacks that are causing us pain, or as opportunities to draw our families closer than ever.