As members of the Anglican Parish of Waterloo Bay, we are aware of the spiritual and financial support needed to nurture and grow our Parish.
And we are also aware of the diverse needs outside of our Parish, in our own community, our State and Nation, and many countries within this world.
The task of Mission and Outreach remains unfinished today, both within our own country Australia, and throughout the world.
The Parish Outreach Committee is co-ordinating visits from a range of Guest Speakers to assist us in understanding the work of Christians within the world. Below is a list of speakers planned for 2021:
21st March Emily Jewell, School Chaplain Wellington Point SS
2nd May: Allen Murray – Endure Music
30th May Christian Bikers Association St George's 9.30am
23rd May Mission to Seafarers – Rev Ian McGilvray
10th October Angel Tree - Darren Painter
31st October CMS (Church Missionary Society) - Mark Fairhurst
21st November Anglicare - Tiffany
TBA BMF Bush Ministry Fund)
Sunday 2nd May:
8ndure music are a husband and wife duo who have both been through their share of struggles and found hope and freedom in the darkest times of their lives. They have now dedicated their lives to share the same hope they received through Jesus Christ to others through music, song and testimony.
Many came along to the 7.15, or 9.30 services at St Georges on 2nd May to meet Allen and Alicia, and listen to their testimony and music.
Still want to know more: Visit their Website
Sunday 23rd May:
Ships don’t bring us over 95% of everything we have - Seafarers do.
Over the years the Mission has sought to help seafarers in all kinds of practical ways.
They are away from their families for long periods and may face loneliness and ill-health or injury. The welcome from the MTS Chaplains and volunteers may be the only onshore hospitality they receive.
Rev. Ian Mc Gilvray is one of the Chaplains for the Mission in Brisbane, and preached at St George's at the 7.15 & 9.30 Services on 23rd May.
Interested in knowing more? Check out the website.
Sunday 30th May:
The Christian Motorcyclists Association (CMA) is a group of men and women who come from a variety of backgrounds and churches. The unifying factor is a love of motorbike riding and a desire to enjoy Christian fellowship. They also share the Gospel with other bike riders. CMA is a worldwide association starting in the USA and now has chapters across the world.
Sunday 30th May saw them at our 9.30am Service sharing with us their Love of God, and enjoyment of motor biking