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Get along tomorrow night (5th of Feb) for the youth launch 7pm start at Lismore High School, includes welcome BBQ ($2) and BIG game
Hope to see the youth from year 7-12 there!
No youth gathering tonight the 29th of January (youth leaders are meeting to plan term 1)…
Youth gathering launch is next friday the 5th of February from 7pm-9pm bring along $2 for the welcome BBQ
The family business got to work, first enough food had to be cooked for our arrival in the blue mountains, to feed 7 hungry year 11-12 youthies (Henk, Jonathan, Zach, Martin, Cole, Amos and Calvin). So Corry and Rachael whipped up the pasta sauce which was frozen and delivered to the Playsteds. Then we had to get all the youthies there. Youngy would drive the Crosthwaites Tarago and the Playsteds would drive the Patches Territory. All sorted…
Well kind of, Scott was to drive the Territory last night to Brisbane airport to drop Stezz, Hayden and their friend, for their trip to Europe. But there was an issue with the car. Maybe the Territory won’t make it to the Blue mountains and there are no mechanics open on a Saturday! (Jon Mison offers his Prado).
David McDonald volunteers to have a look at it in the workshop. This morning all is on track. But that other issue in the Territory should probably be sorted. Scott and David return to the workshop tonight to finalise the once over! The Territory and the Tarago are all packed. Nextgen at Katoomba, here we come.
Thank God for the family business!!
The SCPC staff are just back from a couple of days of staff training up at “Hosanna Farmstay” near Murwillumbah. We enjoyed a quiet time away from the busy-ness of the office and our normal lives to ask and answer two crucial questions:
- How are we looking to grow ourselves as followers of Jesus in 2016?
- What role will we play in growing the church family as followers of Jesus in 2016?
It’s important that we get these questions in the right order, but also that neither one gets neglected. And they’re two questions that are essential for all of us at SCPC – not just the staff – to ask and to answer.
So how about you? How would you answer these questions for the year ahead?