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St Jude's Women's Event: Hope in an Anxious Age

St Jude's Women's Event: Hope in an Anxious Age

Saturday 3rd August, 9:15am -1:30pm

Guest speaker Dr Nicole Starling, is a lecturer at Mary Andrews College and will speak to us on the topic of ‘Hope in an Anxious Age’. Nicole is passionate about making connections between theology, Christian history, the Bible, and everyday lives.

It will be a wonderful time of sitting under God’s word together. There will be opportunities for group discussion, to ask questions, and a time for fellowship and connecting with each other over morning tea and lunch.

Event Details:

Date: Saturday 3rd August, 2024

St Jude's Anglican Church, Auditorium

Time: 9:15 am - 1:30 pm (Registration from 9:15am-9:30am

Cost: $20 - includes morning Tea and Lunch

Register here before Monday 29th July

If you would prefer to RSVP to the office and pay on the day, please email office@stjudesbowral.org.au or call/text 0476 244 433

Southern Highlands Men's Conference

Southern Highlands Men's Conference

Saturday 10th August 9:00am - 2:30pm

We are pleased to bring you the Southern Highlands Men's Conference for 2024, with Dave Jensen speaking to us on Evangelism - Life on Purpose

There will be great food, and fantastic fellowship and encouragement as men from across the Southern Highlands gather.

Where: Moss Vale Anglican Church

Cost: $30/$25 Conc - EARLY BIRD before 22nd July; $35/$30 Conc - after 22nd July

Lunch is included

The Wandering Bookseller will be available onsite, giving you a great opportunity to purchase quality Christian books - EFTPOS will be available.

Register and Purchase Tickets Here

Speaker, Dave Jensen

Meet our Speaker:

Dave Jensen works as a pastor at Menai Anglican Church and is also the Assistant Director of Evangelism and New Churches, which seeks to partner with churches in Sydney and beyond to see the lost find life and hope in Jesus. He has developed the 'Discovering Jesus' evangelistic course, authored the short book 'What is a Christian?', and can be heard on the 'Fire up!' and 'What is a Christian?' podcasts. These resources designed to help non-Christian people understand the truth about Jesus. Prior to working in ministry, Dave was an Infantry officer in the Australian Army, where someone told him the truth about Jesus and he became a Christian in his late twenties. Dave loves rugby league and cricket but loves his wife Sammy and their 4 young sons even more.  


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