Image: Interwoven story-telling “No matter what the history, this will always be Aboriginal land, our imprint will never be invisible and we will always survive and thrive. Our stories and family lines entwine across seas, lands and skies, forever a united front.” - Grace Williams Community and Cultural Resource Officer, Leprena - UAICC Tasmania
SUNDAY MUSIC Music Online: Max Riebl (Countertenor), Rose Reibl (Piano) & Rhys Boak (Organ) Music In church: Peter Sheridan (Flute) & Rhys Boak (Organ & Piano)
Offerings to support the ministry and shared life of St Michael's are received with gratitude.
Tap and Pay (In Church)
Give safely using the Tap and Pay donation points located at the entrance on the corner of Collins and Russel Streets and in St Michael's Walk Colonnade. To give, simply tap you credit and debit card, smartphone or wearable device on a 'Tap and Pay' device where indicated. Donations are set at $10.
Online Giving You can give to St Michael's online using the 'Giving' button on our website. We welcome your support via bank transfer or credit card using the online forms. Alternatively, cheques may be mailed to the St Michaels office. For regular or one-off offerings make an online deposit here: St Michael's Uniting Church. BSB: 083004 A/C: 515113338
When attending St Michael's services we ask that our community remembers to do the following:
Scan the QR code before entering or register their name and number with a Welcomer.
Wear a fiited mask, covering nose and mouth, (unless exempt) when in church.
Be mindful of social distance.
Use hand sanitiser
Morning tea after church service currently on hold until this omicron outbreak subsides. While we no longer check vaccination status for church attendance, we hope that everyone who is able to get vaccinated or boosted will do so. This is the best way we have to protect vulnerable members of our community.
'After Jesus Before Christianity' - A Conversation with Prof Brandon Scott
Prof Brandon Scott and Dr Greg Jenks on the new important Westar Institute book,
'After Jesus Before Christianity' facilitated by Bishop Jeremy Greaves. When: Tuesday, 25 January | 12:00pm (AEST)
On Saturday 15 January, a tsunami was triggered by the eruption of underwater volcano Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha'apai, just 65km from the capital city Nuku'alofa on Tonga's most populated island. UnitingWorld is asking for support to help our partner the Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga (FWCT), who will be providing emergency assistance and supplies to people affected by the disaster.
Postponed: Thursday Twilight Organ Recitals The Thursday Twilight Organ recitals are temporarily on hold due to the widespread omicron outbreak. Watch this space - we'll be sure to let you know when they return.