Please join us this Saturday, 28 October 2017, at 9am for 9.30am for our final Quiet Morning of the year (we’ll end by 12:30). Carolyn Butler is our facilitator for the morning and the theme is Advent.
Carolyn will make her book Under African Skies: Reflections for Advent and Christmas available on the morning at R50 each. Carolyn is kindly donating the proceeds to the building fund.
Lent Course 2017
(Tuesday 19:30-20:45, repeated on Wednesday 10:45-12:00)
This Lent course is all about seeking first God’s Kingdom in the context of all that is happening in the world at the present time. What does this mean in practical terms, and how can we – as God’s people – become the agents for God’s rule in a tangible way? … the first response must be prayer: earnest, intentional and committed prayer, asking that God may be the centre of all life and that God’s rule and authority may be taken seriously in the affairs of this world. In this context, we are suggesting ways in which God’s people, acting together, might work for a more just and equitable society in the places where they live.
Tuesday 7 March 2017 – Week 1: Wake Up!
2 Thessalonians 5:4-6
Bishop Geoff Quinlan
Tuesday 14 March 2017 – Week 2: Turn Around
Prof Denise Ackermann
Tuesday 21 March 2017 – Week 3: Standing and Acting Together
(Public Holiday: Human Rights Day)
1 Corinthians 12:13 & Galatians 3:28
Prof Denise Ackermann
Tuesday 28 March 2017 – Week 4: Ways and Means
Bishop Geoff Quinlan
Tuesday 4 April 2017 – Week 5: Against the Stream
The Rev’d Mark Long
Tuesday 11 April 2017 – Week 6: Paying the Price
The Rev’d Stephen Middelkoop
Format of the evenings will include a short input followed by group discussion. Please fill in the form at the back of the Church, or inform the office to indicate your attendance at either the Tuesday evening or Wednesday Morning session.
We do encourage you to attend and to use the daily Bible readings that were sent out!
(Hardcopies can be requested from the office)
We invite you to join us for a tasty breakfast and to hear about SA-Yes, one of our new Stewardship Initiatives.
It’s an unfortunate circumstance that South African youth living in children homes lose government support from the age of 18. SA-Yes offers much-needed support and guidance for children and young people in South Africa via a mentorship programme.
….An extract from their website reads:-
….We provide youth leaving children’s homes with guidance that will enable them to develop
their skills, further their education and source suitable housing, in order for them to participate
in society as independent, mature, responsible adults.
….So please join at St Andrews at 8h30am on the 30th of January for a scrumptious breakfast and to hear SA-Yes tell us about this fantastic initiative.
….Please RSVP by Tuesday the 26th of January for catering purposes in the following ways:-
List at back of Church ….or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Any queries can be addressed to David Hoffmann on 083 326 4629
or 021 761 2588 ….
Donations to fund the breakfast will be much appreciated on the day
|Children’s Crib Service||Thursday 24 Dec 17:00|
|Midnight Eucharist APB ’89||Thursday 24 Dec 23:00|
|Holy Communion APB ’89||Friday 25 Dec 07:00|
|Family Eucharist APB ’89||Friday 25 Dec 09:00|
The Parish Office will close at 12.30pm on
Thursday 24 December and re-open on Monday 4 January.
We will be packing Love Pack food parcels this Saturday morning. With Christmas approaching we are packing 300 parcels this month, so that these are available for distribution ahead of the festive season.
Please support this worthwhile cause – an hour of your time is all it takes (and often less). We will need extra hands this month.
Date: 7 November 2015
Venue: St Andrews Church Hall
Richard Emery will facilitate this month’s packing.
Ancient Wisdom for Today
A Quiet Morning
St Andrew’s Church Hall, Newlands
On Saturday 17 October
09:00 for 09:30 – 12:30
(Refreshments from 09:00)
Denise is an Extraordinary Professor of Systematic Theology at University of
Stellenbosch and has taught at the University of the Western Cape, Harvard Divinity
School and Auckland University. Her books include After the Locusts and Surprised
by the Man on the Borrowed Donkey.
Denise is a Lay Minister at St Andrew’s Church and Canon Theologian at St
St Andrew’s Church
77 Kildare Road
A member of the Quiet Garden Movement
Rosemary Wallace 072 445 7312