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St Michael's weekly eNews - Transfiguration

St Michael's weekly eNews - Transfiguration

 

Image: "Transfiguration" by Armando Alemdar-Ara

 

Transfiguration Sunday  
11 February 2024, 10am

‚??Sacred encounters in our midst‚?Ě

 Minister: Rev Dr Margaret Mayman


Music: Georgia Wilkinson (Soprano) & Rhys Boak (Organ & Piano)

Sunday at St Michael's

After-service Morning Tea


Morning tea and coffee will be served in the church after the service. 
Everyone welcome! 

Morning tea is served in the church by the east spiral staircase (at the Collins and 
St Michael's Walk side). 
We have disposable cups but encourage you to bring your own keep-cup.


Giving to St Michael's


Offerings sustain our congregation and
mission.

Offering Plates (in church)
We have resumed the practice of passing the offering plates during services.

Retiring Offering (In church)
Offering boxes are located by the main doors of the church.
Giving - Tap and Pay (In church)

Tap and Pay donation points are located around the Church.

 

Online Giving
Information about giving online via bank transfer or credit card is available via the link below:


St Michael's Notices


‚?ćSt Michael's Adminsitration Access Changes


Due to construction at 120 Collins, access to St Michael‚??s office and halls has changed.
The access to St Michael‚??s office and halls is now via the 120 Collins Street foyer from Collins Street.

Accessing the St Michael‚??s Offices ‚?? via 120 Collins Street Foyer

  • At 120 Collins Street, (on the St Michael‚??s Walk side) enter the foyer through the glass sliding doors.
  • Walk towards the lifts at the back of the foyer, past the Concierge/Welcome desk to lift lobbies.
  • Take any lift down to B1 (Basement level).
  • Follow the purple St Michael‚??s wayfinding path from the lifts, up through the carpark, (from B1 to RS level) towards our office.

    Via Interpark Little Collins Street Entrance
  • From the Interpark carpark entrance on Little Collins Street (between Exhibition & Russell Streets) walk down the pedestrian path, past the boom gate towards the
    basement entry of St Michael‚??s (marked ‚??Exit to Little Collins Street‚??) on the right-hand side.

Access to the church is available via St Michael‚??s Walk, Collins Street and Russell Street doors.


Progressive Pages:
Online Bookclub


Progressive Pages is an online book club for progressive theology running on Thursdays at 7pm via Zoom.
Session 2 will be on Thursday, 15 February focusing on chapter two of
¬†‚??The Church as Salt‚?Ě by Sally Douglas.¬†


Open & Affirming Lunch

The St Michael's Open & Affirming Group are organising a lunch at Fonda for those interested in catchig up after church.

When: Sunday 25 February, after service. 
Where: Fonda, Flinders Lane, Melbourne

RSVP: to the St Michael's office by 22 February. 


St Michael's MSO Outing
Beethoven, Tchaikovsky & Rossini

Are you interested in a picnic and free concert? A group of St Michael's people are attending the free MSO event "Summer Serenade: Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Rossini" conducted by Benjamin Northey and you are invited.
If you are interested, speak with Lyndell O‚??Brien or Catherine Jones, or let the office know you would like a phone call.¬†

When: Wednesday 28 February, 7:30pm
(Gates open at 5:30pm. 
Lyndell and Catherine will reserve the seating for our group)

Where: Sidney Myer Music Bowl

BYO picnic food. 


Postponed: Continuing Bonds in Loss and Bereavement with
Dr Irene Renzenbrink


The "Continuing Bonds in Loss and Bereavement" with Dr Irene Rezenbrink scheduled for 11 February has been postponed for a later date. Details will be posted on the website and in the eNews.


 Thursday Organ Recitals


Celebrate a new year with the return of the Thursday Lunchtime Organ Recital. 
When: Thursdays | 1pm 
(doors open 12:30pm).
¬†Where:¬†St Michael‚??s Uniting Church

Free event - donations towards the

St Michael's music program are welcome.


 Meditation in Mingary


Take a moment for yourself. 
Meditate and reset. 
Facilitator: Ann Kinnear

When: Sunday, 3 March | 12pm
Where: Mingary, The Quiet Place 


 Living the Questions returns


Explore the biblical foundations, theological grounding, and spiritual practices at the heart of Progressive Christianity in these DVD-based discussion series. 

Facilitator: Neil Blood

When: Sunday, 17 March | 11:45am
Where: St Michael's Uniting Church


Mingary, The Quiet Place


The Mingary Quiet Place is perfect for those looking for a moment of peace and contemplation.

Open: Monday to Thursday, 10am-2:00pm, Sundays, 9:30am-11:30am
Enter via the Russell Street side, 
St Michael's Uniting Church.


‚?ćCongratulations Allan and Shirley Cann OAM


The community of St Michael's Uniting Church extend our congratulations to members Allan and Shirley Cann OAM on the occasion of receiving the award of the Medal of the Order of Australia. Allan, for service to the community through a range of organisations and Shirley for service to the community through a range of roles.


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