RE/QUIP is a two-day conference for people in their 20s and 30s focussing on work, evangelism, and service. Now in its third year, this unique conference aims to engage, mobilise and equip young Christian workers. Through themed talks, workshops and Q&A sessions, participants will have opportunities to learn from, share and personally interact with guest speakers and peers on the challenges and opportunities for young Christian adults in the workplace and community, and in proclaiming the Good News.
2019 Annual Dinner with Dan Paterson - FAITH, FACT AND FEELINGS: Making Decisions in a Post Secular Age.
We are delighted that Dan Patterson will be the Guest Speaker at the 2019 Annual Dinner on Friday, May 10, 2019 on the thought provoking topic of “Faith, Fact and Feelings: Making decisions in a post secular age”
Tickets will go on sale in February. In the meantime, please reserve the date and read Dan’s Biography.
A practical workshop on leading Anglican services of worship.
We'll begin in Anglican history, considering the basic principles of Cranmer's Book of Common Prayer, and, what J C Ryle called "the great principle on which the whole Prayer Book is drawn up".
Working through the services of Morning and Evening prayer in APBA, we'll consider the "spiritual logic" of how these services are constructed and led.
The Rev Canon Dr Jill Firth, a lecturer in Hebrew and Old Testament from Ridley College will hold a preaching workshop on Friday 14 September.
The Mathew Hale Public Library invites you to view the four recently-released
episodes of ‘For the Love of God: How the Church is better and worse than
you ever imagined’, produced by the Centre for Public Christianity.
MORE THAN THE MOVIE.
These 4 episodes expand on the material contained in the movie.
This event has unfortunately sold out, however, there may be limited scope for additional registrations. Please contact Dylan Malloch via [email protected] to discuss if you are still interested in attending.
You are warmly invited to Mathew Hale Public Library's Annual Dinner for 2018.
We are delighted to present Steve Austin, host of the Drive program on 612 ABC Brisbane as our guest speaker.
Steve will be speaking on the topic of: Salt not pepper - preservation and flavour in a world that wants control.
Truth and trust are the values most important to Steve and he leaves no stone unturned to get to the bottom of an issue important to the people of his city.
Steve has had a varied career at the ABC from researcher for 7.30 Report to producing Stateline, as well as ABC Radio news and presenting the Queensland Statewide Evenings radio program.
Date and Time: Friday, 18 May 2018, 6:30pm - 9pm
Location: Kedron Wavell Services Club, 375 Hamilton Road, Chermside
Cost: $60 per person or $400 for a table of eight (ticket includes two course dinner and a free copy of Jesus: The Man from Heaven by Paul Barnett)
Enquiries: Dylan Malloch, [email protected] or 0407 620 613
Event Update: The evening with Dr Herbert WILL GO AHEAD as planned on Tuesday night.
Dr Anthony Herbert is a paediatrician who has specialised in paediatric palliative care. He is a graduate from the University of Queensland, and trained in both Brisbane and Sydney. He started work as a paediatrician at the Royal Children's Hospital in Brisbane in 2008. He now directs the Paediatric Palliative Care Service at the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital. His research interests include telehealth, communication, music therapy and insomnia in palliative care. He was the national secretary of the Christian and Medical Dental Fellowship of Australia from 2006 to 2011.
Date & Time: Wednesday, June 7 2017, 9AM to 3PM
Location: St Francis Theological College, Milton
Enquiries: Alex Crawford – [email protected] or 0411 271 787
Cost: $20 (including lunch)
Guest Speaker: Julie Moser, the Diocesan Youth and Children’s Missioner with the Anglican Diocese of Qu’Appelle in Saskatchewan Canada.