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What's on...

Sunday 25th February, 2024

  9.00am    Holy Communion - All Saints'

 

11.30am     Holy Communion - Tumorroma AGM

12.00pm    Lunch with Friends - The Brewery

  1.45pm    Mainly Music - Team Meeting

                                                                        

 

Bible Readings

Sunday 25th February, 2024

Genesis    17: 1 - 7, 15 - 16    

Psalm    22: 24 - 32   

Romans   4: 13 - 25   

Mark   8: 31 - 38

..HYMNS...

INTROIT: IN THE NAME OF GOD THE FATHER  

GRADUAL: HOW DEEP THE FATHER'S LOVE     

OFFERTORY: TIS  209    RECESSIONAL: TIS  687  

COMMUNION: TIS  607, 686   

TUMUT COMMUNITY PANTRY

 ARE SEEKING DONATIONS OF

NON-PERISHABLE GROCERIES:

sugar, jam, peanut butter, vegemite, 1 litre milk, baked beans, tuna, tinned meat meals,

dried soup mix, soap and razors. 

ALL DONATIONS ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED.

  Please bring items to Church on Sunday...

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THIS WEEK'S DIARY:

   Monday 26th February  

 


  Tuesday 27th February

    1.30pm      Bible Study - Murray Glen 

 Wednesday 28th February  

   7.30am      Holy Communion - All Saints' 

 10.00am      Mainly Music - in the Parish Hall

   5.30pm      Induction Service - Rev. David

Thursday 29th February

10.30am      Service at Blakeney Lodge

Friday 1st March

10.00am      Community Pantry - St. Stephen's Hall

11.00am      Service at Uniting Care

   Saturday 2nd March

  Sunday 3rd March

    9.00am      Holy Communion - All Saints'

  12.00pm      Lunch with Friends - 

Bible Readings

Sunday 3rd March, 2024

THIRD SUNDAY IN LENT

 

Exodus    20: 1 - 17    

Psalm    19 

1 Corinthians   1: 18 - 25   

John  2: 13 - 22 


Bible Readings

Sunday 10th March, 2024

FOURTH SUNDAY IN LENT

 

Numbers    21: 4 - 9    

Psalm    107: 1 - 3, 17 - 22  

Ephesians   2: 1 - 10   

John   3: 14 - 21   

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WE PRAY AND GIVE THANKS

Sunday 25th February, 2024

Along with other Anglicans in Australia: We pray for the Clergy and People of the Northern Territory.

In our Diocese: We pray for the Clergy and People of Cooma, Berridale, Snowy Mountains and Southern Monaro.

Locally we pray and give thanks for: Our Clergy and all who Minister in this Parish; for the Tumut Community Church; Principals, Staff, Scripture Teachers, Students and Chaplains of our local schools and our Pastoral Carers.

We pray for those in need of God’s comfort and care as listed in our Pew Sheet: also those named on our Altar List and all known to us with special needs. We also pray for the elderly, those living on the streets, those living alone and and those who feel isolated from their families. 

We also give thanks for those whose situations and health have improved. We also pray for the conflict involving Israel, Palestine and Lebanon and surrounding countries.


We pray for those who mourn: For all who feel the emptiness and loss of loved ones at this time, may you know God's loving care and support. We pray for the family and friends of those who have lost loved ones in recent times, remembering especially the family and friends of Betty Brown, Valerie Rooney, Marc Bauer, Ronald Hargreaves and Marion Ross.

 ...MISSION STATEMENT...

With the Holy Spirit working through us,

to encourage our community to be part of

God's family and become the body of Christ

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In the News...

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NEW 2 U

Partnering with ANGLICARE

RECYCLING QUALITY GOODS

          See the shop advertisement here

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Weddings

Looking for a place to get married?

All Saints' Tumut is a beautiful historic church

set in well appointed grounds reaching down

to the Tumut River.

The Parish Catering Committee are available

to cater for your wedding of up to 80 people

(sit down) in the church hall opposite the church.

Talbingo offers a beautiful setting with

stunning views of the water and mountains

through the full glass wall behind the altar.

Looking for outdoor options for celebrations?

Behind All Saints' Tumut Church is our

Riverside Chapel.

Contact The Reverend Canon Harvey Sloane or Rev. John Jenner for more information about holding a wedding or other special events in the Parish of Tumut.

Holy Advent Tumorroma has three (3) services per year.

The Warden for Tumorroma is Mrs. Alison Faulder.

 If you'd like to join us sometime check the

events page or contact us.

About Us

All Saints' Anglican Church is situated in

River St Tumut NSW.

Our church community includes a range of

ages and interests. Regular services are

held in Tumut with services at Talbingo and Tumorrama by arrangement.

Are you new to town, looking for something different or just passing through?

Please join us at All Saints' on Sundays or call

the church office for information about what's

on in the parish.

The Parish of Tumut is part of the

Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn.

Introducing David, Rachel & Phoebe Rajasekaram...

David was born and raised in Canberra in a loving Christian household, and has been involved in the Anglican Church his whole life. At the age of 13, he made a decision to personally trust in Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. David’s almost lifelong sense of calling to Christian ministry was initially inspired by the story of the prophet Samuel, who was dedicated to God’s service as a young boy. The parishes of Wanniassa and Gungahlin were significant in nurturing his faith and providing training in ministry. David completed his theological studies at St Mark’s National Theological Centre in Canberra.

 

In 2014, David married the love of his life, Rachel, who is a wonderful, supportive and active partner in ministry. They have had the privilege of ministering in the Parish of Murrumburrah-Harden since late 2015, when David was appointed Priest-in-Charge.

After some years of much longing and prayer, the Lord blessed them with a beautiful daughter, Phoebe, who is definitely worth the wait!

 

Outside of ministry, David’s interests include music (especially classical piano), cricket (these days more as a spectator than a participant), coffee, reading, walking (or being walked by) their boisterous Labrador Monty, spending time with family, and occasional trips to the Blue Mountains or the Southern Highlands when there’s a chance for a break.

 

David is passionate about the clear proclamation of the gospel, the faithful teaching of God’s Word and the loving care of both church and community.

David and Rachel are excited by the opportunity to serve the Lord and His people in the Parish of Tumut, and are looking forward to this new chapter of life and ministry.

...NEWS FLASH...

 ...What's on this Week...

Sat 24th Feb Sun 3rd Mar

...THE SECOND SUNDAY IN LENT... 

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