Lay Reader Training - Sale
Saturday 30th June
The Abbey Conference and Accomodation Centre, Raymond Island
29th June - 1st July 2018
PLEASE pass the word around to any young 18-35 yr old's and encourage them to come and spend time with 'their tribe'.
The Retreat commences after dinner Friday night and concludes after lunch Sunday.
Retreat Leaders: Alisha Jones, Dave Perryman and Anthony Hahn
Cost: $200 per person twin share
For bookings or further information please contact The Abbey on
Check Facebook The Abbey Conference and Accommodation Centre
or the Diocesan Website
RSVP: 15 June 2018
Contemplative Quiet Morning with Art
10am - 12 noon
Thursday 5th July
Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time. Thomas Merton
The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls. Pablo Picasso
Lose yourself and find yourself in a quiet time at the gallery.
Upstairs at Gippsland Art Gallery 70 Foster St Sale
10am Begin with an introduction and reflection, before proceeding downstairs to the gallery for a time of quiet contemplation.
11.30am creative sharing, then BYO or buy lunch to share, or just head off.
July 7th - 15th
St Paul's Men's Breakfast Group
Saturday July 14th, 8am
Meeting at Delbridge Hall at 8am, we will travel to Maffra for breakfas at Cafe L'Attitude. Following breakfast we will proceed to the "Lakeside Antique Machinery Museum" at 1007 Tinamba/Glenmaggie Road, Glenmaggie. The Museum display includes steam engines, combustion engines, chainsaws, dragsaws, tractors and other farm machinery engines, all in working condition,
Thursday 19th June
Tickets must be prebooked before the night.
Contact the Office for further information on booking tickets or to help with supper: 5144 2020.
Consecration of Bishop elect Richard as Bishop of Gippsland
Saturday 21st July at 10.30 am at St Paul's Melbourne
If there is enough interest, a bus will be organised to go to Melbourne
Contact the Office if interested: 5144 2020
Christmas in July
Saturday July 28th
Installation of Rev'd Dr Richard Treloar as Bishop of Gippsland
11am on Saturday 18th August
St Paul's Cathedral Sale
St Paul's Men's Breakfast Group Garage Sale
Saturday October 6th
Donations welcome after July 15
Hats and Hobbies
Local enthusiast Mavis Jennings, well known for her promotion of creative hobbies and the importance of good design, has been asked by St Paul's Cathedral to conduct occasional lessons for small groups in her Cunninghame street home. Called, 'Hats and hobbies', there would be no charge for tuition and a small amount for materials with homework set as follow up. Friends coming as a small group could be fun! With Summer Holidays coming, Mavis is looking for preloved hats to be used for makeovers and to foster creative ideas. It is surprising what can be done by beginners with even a discarded sports hat! St Paul's will send further details in the new year for those indicating interest.