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St Oswald's Church - part of our community
A Place of Conversation, Food and Friendship
Wednesday Night Conversation & Shared Meal
Dates: 2/5; 16/5; 30/5 - NRW Events
6 p.m Gather & share a 'bring a plate' meal. 7pm Conversation . 8.30pm Close.
Daily Meditation & Prayer
Monday - Thursday: Listening For The Heart
· 8.00am Daily - Monday - Tuesday - Thursday - 7.30am Wednesday (incs. walk after)
Wominjeka Garden, St Oswalds Anglican Church, 100 High Street, Glen Iris
ph Glenn on: 0418911714
1:30pm to 3:00pm Open Door continues fortnightly on Tuesdays except in School Holidays. Open Door resumes on Tuesday 5 Feb 2019.
Enjoy an informal get together for tea, coffee - eat your lunch or snack, have a chat or perhaps someone to pray with about any concerns etc.
St Oswald's Anglican Church Red Room
Art Works by Rev Glenn Loughrey are currently displayed in the Church.
Winha-nga-rra: Listen, Hear, Reflect.
Come and take time to listen, hear and reflect in the Wiradjuri tradition. Similar in meaning to dadirri from Ngan' gikurunggurr and Ngen' gwiumirri languages of the Aboriginal people of the Daly River region.
Walk your country and if you listen carefully it tell you what it knows, what you need to know and what it needs from you.
Our parish collect items for Anglicare Mission House in Fitzroy. This food is then distributed to needy people in the inner city area.
Our Annual Collection expands the scope of our giving and enables more people to participate in the donation of food for which there is an ever increasing need.
This year there was an excellent response to the appeal.
Many thanks to Jill O’Shea and Richard Carter
We celebrated St. Oswald's day on Sunday 5th August 2018. Our speaker this year was to be Rev. Dr. Don Saines who is a senior lecturer in Systemic Theology and Director if the Ministry Education Centre at Melbourne Trinity Theological College.
Unfortunately Dr Saines was taken ill and could not share the day with us.
As always it was a great opportunity to catch up with people. Thanks to Cheryl Adams and the team who organised the event!
Don't Keep History a Mystery
A day of celebration and commitment on Wednesday 30th May
10:00am - NRW Ecumenical Church Service
12:00pm - Conversational lunch in the garden & signing of a copy of the Statement from the Heart as our commitment to respect and reconciliation.
More information: Email Glenn: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Glenn: 0418911714
A wonderful speaker, Kenneth Park, who has a passion for art, culture and history spoke about "Grand Houses and Gardens of Italy"
A great time was had by the 105 attendees!
Dadirri - a Deep Listening to Local Issues
2:30p - 4:00pm at St Oswald's Anglican Church 100 High Street Glen Iris
$3,000 was raised and will be used to provide youth services in Nauiyu and support to students who are studying off country via the Miriam Rose Foundation.