Welcome to All Saints, and the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C, 15th September, 2019 – We are asked to rejoice for the outpouring of God’s love and mercy, that wins the heart of each son or daughter who is lost.
Thanks for your great support of the Annual Catholic Campaign last weekend. Envelopes and the brochures will remain at the church entrance for this coming weekend.
1) Parish Pot Luck Dinner: 14th September, 7pm in the parish centre. Dinner participants to come dressed with “crazy hair”. Gold coin donation to support Parish expenses.
2) Trivia Night: Saturday 12th October, 7.30pm start.
Please check the newsletters on page 3 for the Plenary 2020 Listening and Discernment dates from end of August through to end of November and come along to continue the discussion.
First Rite of Reconciliation Information Night: 13th October at 7pm in the church … see details on church noticeboard, and on page 3 of newsletter 1.9.19.
Next Grounds Maintenance Working Bee: Saturday 14 September, at 8 for 8.30am start.
Next Family Mass: Sunday 15th September, 9am, followed by Baptism Preparation.
Adult Faith Education coming soon to All Saints – watch the newsletter for the updates, from 4.8.19.
All volunteers, whether directly or indirectly involved with children & vulnerable adults, need to view a 25 minute video at: www.safeguardingaob.com.au – see page 3 of the newsletter for more details. For those directly involved with children/vulnerable adults, and who missed the Applied Level 2 Safeguarding Training in our parish earlier this month, can attend the next and nearest session at Kippa-Ring Parish, on 29th October. See page 3 of the newsletter for 15.9.19 to register.
Crocheted Poppies needed for Remembrance Day: Google search ‘free crochet pattern red poppies’ and make as many as you can, before 15 September.
Martha and Mary: Catholic faith and chocolate cake for women continues on Thursdays in the Church, from 8.45-9.15am – recommences when school resumes in 2019.
Book Swap Trolley News: please return any additional spiritual books or bring your along to swap, each 2nd weekend of the month. Meet your current pastoral councillors.
Care and Concern – more helpers required.
Please see the church noticeboard for lots of events happening in and around the Archdiocese.
Your Legacy of Faith will continue … have you considered a Gift in your Will, to advance your faith and the work of the Church? Information booklets now available.
Used Postage Stamps can now be dropped off to the church trolley to support the Aspley Special School.
Drop-off your old hearing aids and spectacles to support the people of our sister parish Atauro.
To keep abreast of the Truth Justice and Healing Council’s coordinated engagement with the Royal Commission, visit www.tjhcouncil.org.au
For enrolment at All Saints Parish School please refer to the school’s website – www.allsaints.qld.edu.au for information.