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A Holiday kids club for all kids in K-6 who live in flood affected areas, to have a heap of fun and help families recover from the flood.
9am-12pm, Monday-Wednesday the 10-12th of April
South Lismore Celtic FC (South lismore soccer Clubhouse, Caniaba St, South Lismore)
Come and join us as we enter the magical world of Narnia.
So many people are keen to help Lismore – even all the way down in Sydney town!
A team of eight from Christ Church Gladesville (Maryanne Rosenberg’s (nee Herd) church family) will join us on Monday and Tuesday. We hope to run a kids club in South/North Lismore in the mornings and then head out from the volunteer hub at the Lismore Train Station to join in the with the community effort in the afternoons.
If you’re interested in getting involved or for more info contact Stew.
We will have a small flood response team, responding to needs around the community across the week.
Speak to Stew if you are interested in getting involved or for more info.
That’s a lot of water! How can we help?!
Due to the flood we’ve decided to call off our 9:30am and 6pm Sunday Gatherings at Lismore High. Instead, for those who are able, we’ll gather at Park Ave at 9:30am Sunday to pray and then to head out in groups to lend a hand with the flood recovery effort.
There are several members of the church family who will need help with cleaning up homes and businesses and we’d also like to be able to help in general with whoever needs a hand. The church property at 99 Brewster St will also need to be cleaned out once flood waters recede.
If you are able to help, please wear sturdy footwear and gloves and bring cleaning gear, including high pressure cleaners, squeegees, large brooms, mops and anything else that will help with the clean-up.
If YOU need help in any way or if you have friends or family who need a hand, please comment here and we’ll work to organise help as needed.
At this stage, as far as we’re aware, members of the church family who live in flood affected areas have been able to evacuate and businesses have done what they can.