Karrinyup Anglican Church
Old church… new life
51 Burroughs Rd
Perth WA 6018
© 2018 by Karrinyup Anglican Church. Email webslave or talk to Kevin Mullen about it.
We hope that you will come along and visit us, and experience the transforming love of Jesus who is alive and present with us by his Holy Spirit. You will find a warm welcome here; we look forward to meeting you.
In the second half of Isaiah an enigmatic figure called the servant of the Lord appears. The gospel writers and early church saw that Jesus understood his ministry as the fulfilment of the servant of Isaiah. The early church realised Jesus was the Servant sent by God to bring life then and now.
The latest newsletter is here.
Revd. Michael Stuart
Services are held on Sunday morning and Wednesday morning.
8:00 am Traditional Anglican Prayer Book, Holy Communion with Hymns
9:00 am Months with a fifth Sunday will have one combined service that day
Wednesday 9:30 am Prayer Book, Holy Communion said service
THIS WEEKS READINGS:
SERMON PREACHED BY:
Title: God’s Faithful Servant
If you’d like to offer to help or just to find out more about any roles for the October Children’s Holiday Club, just fill in a slot in the sign-
Playgroup Tuesday mornings needs someone to help the kids while they are doing craft next term.
If you can help please contact Louisa Read.
JOURNEY OFF THE MAP
A holiday club for primary school children, coming in October.
More information here
Kids will discover how to listen to God's direction for the journey of their lives.
1 Thessalonians 1:5 … our gospel came to you not simply with words but also with power, with the Holy Spirit and deep conviction.
CHURCHSAFE If anyone on the list (see list on KAC notice board) has not attended Churchsafe in 2015, 2016 or 2017, they must do it before the end of the year.
See dates, venues and times for Churchsafe workshops listed along with those who must attend on the KAC Noticeboard.
Jesus Christ first
As a church community, we are seeking to put Jesus Christ first in all that we do, say and are as a body of believers, and at the same time to be looking 'outwards' to the community around us which we serve.
Finding out more
Here you'll find some useful information about the church and the groups that we run and ways that you can contact one of the staff here at KAC. But of course the best way to find out about KAC is to come along to one of our services or mid week groups to get a feel for who we are and what we believe.
There will be a memorial service for our sister Joan Ball at KAC Wednesday 18th July 1 pm.
Please pray for her family as they prepare to say goodbye.
After the service, afternoon tea will be provided.
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