The resources for 2018 focus on:
Sunday 16 September 2018
FREEDOM and CAPTIVITY
How often do we realize we have been a captive audience to a television or radio programme that does not entertain nor present anything worthwhile. The sensational, the morbid, the controversial disturbs the mind and more importantly, starves and depresses the soul. A captive in a factory or to drudgery who depends of prayer for their sense of wellbeing may have more spiritual freedom than the person who chooses to feed on banality rather than nurture their relationship with God.
The spirit of the Lord God is upon me, because the Lord has anointed me; he has sent me to bring good news to the oppressed, to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and release to the prisoners. Isaiah 61: 1
Loving God, we ask that you empower our members in North Eastern Caribbean & Aruba as they freely seek to bring the Gospel of Hope and Love to those in their communities captive to adverse circumstances.
MU DIOCESAN PRESIDENT
22 High Street, Frankston
(You are most welcome to park on the front lawn)
Monday, Tuesday and Friday
10.00am - 3.00pm
Phone 9783 5062
our postal address is
PO Box 11265, Frankston 3199
AMUA Thought for the Week (July - September 2018) pdf
AMUA Thought for the Week (July - September 2018) Word doc.
AMUA Thought for the Week (July-September 2018) in booklet form. Great for printing off and distributing to others.
UP 'n COMING EVENTS
For further details or to RSVP re any of these events, please contact The MU Shop
MU Diocesan AGM and Council Meeting
Monday October 29th
9.30am for 10.00am
St Peter's Eastern Hill
15 Gisborne Street, East Melbourne
Southern Region Quiet Day
Monday 26th November 2018
'Connecting with the Community of the Holy Name'
40 Cavanagh St., Cheltenham
The Revd. Judith Lake - MU Chaplain
Morning tea 9.30am for 10.00am start-
Once we enter the Prayer Room – Silence is keep continuously throughout the day.
Donation: $5.00 (Tea and coffee provided BYO Lunch)
RSVP: Sunday 18th November
Lady Day 2019
Sunday 24th March @ 2.30pm
St Paul's Cathedral