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In line with the recent easing of COVID-19 restrictions our parish has signed up to the Industry Plan for Places of Worship. The Industry Plan is now the only way a church may offer gathered worship in any form. As part of this commitment we are following carefully the Health Directives provided by the State Government. We are requesting that you register to attend the Wednesday Church Service by 10am on Tuesday to allow us opportunity to ensure that we do not exceed our maximum of 40 persons attending the service.
We would request that all individuals must stay away if feeling unwell, even if mildly so. Please if your fall in the vulunerable category we would also ask that you consider remaining at home and avoid contact with others.
We are setting in place several changes that will assist us in complying with the Industry Plan. These include:
- The current maximum congregation of 40.
- There are 40 individual chairs appropriately distanced in the nave of the church. People living in the same household can sit together.
- All liturgy and hymn lyrics will be displayed on the screens although singing is now allowed.
- Maintain Physical Distancing of 1.5m to the extent possible. This means we are to avoid shaking hands, hugging or kissing as a greeting, farewell or during the greeting of peace.
- Practice good hygiene habits, including the use of hand sanitiser before entering the church.
- Please avoid queuing or crowding at the church entrance.
We appreciate that our worship services will look very different from the worship services pre-COVID. We ask that you be patience with us as we work through these restrictions.
Our friendly Wednesday morning Bible study will meet after the worship service at 10.30am. All are welcome to enjoy a cup of coffee following the service before the commencement of the Bible Study. If you do not wish to join us physically, you may join us by phone.
In line with the recent easing of COVID-19 restrictions our parish has signed up to the Industry Plan for Places of Worship. The Industry Plan is now the only way a church may offer gathered worship in any form. As part of this commitment we are following carefully the Health Directives provided by the State Government. We are requesting that you register to attend the Sunday Worship Service by 10am on Friday to allow us opportunity to ensure that we do not exceed our maximum of 40 persons attending the service.
We are setting in place several changes taht will assist us in complying with the Industry Plan. These include:
- The current maximum congregation of 40
Careless generosity: The transformative power of freely-given relationshiops in mental health
In this workshop, Tim Barlott will share what he has learned from talking with people about freely given relationships (also known as 'ally' relationships) in the mental health sector. He will share his thoughts on what these relationships are like, how transformative processes unfold in freely-given relationships and some of the challenges and opportuntieis that they generate in peoples lives. The session will explore how these learning can be applied in our communities. While Tim will touch on some of the theory he has found helpful in his exploration, the session will be firmly grounded in people's experiences, and engage with some of the stories and insights that have been so generously shared over the last 5 years.
This event is for people with lived experience, carers, workers in the field and people generally interested in mental health
Supported by the Anglican Parish of Chelmer Graceville
Limit 40 ppl so please RSVP to email@example.com
Questions ph: Neil on 0402967951 or Owen on 0421257503
Our friendly Wednesday morning Bible study will meet after the worship service via the phone around 9.45 am.
This group is open to all people old, young, new or just passing by.
All are welcome to join St David's Sunday Service at 9.00am, online and by phone. To access the service at 9.00am by phone please dial 07 3243 7919 and enter the access code 786 584 063. Please contact us if you have any difficulties accessing our services.
At 8am on Sunday and Wednesday morning you can join a live spoken service. If you have a telephone then you can join. All you need to do is use the phone number provided and the code when you are prompted. It is best to join the service in the 5 minutes before it starts to help the minister welcome you and others.
Local Phone Number 3243 7919 and Code 786 584 063
This Saturday, at 5pm, St Andrew's Indooroopilly, St David's Chelmer and the Parish of Kenmore-Brookfield for Three Churches: An Online, Intergenerational Service.
You can expect a short and engaging service, with everyone thinking about church and God together. The idea is to gather with your household (or with your friends online) for an interactive style of service.
There'll be a competitive trivia quiz - it's general knowledge, so everyone one can play. If you are really competitive, you might like to use a computer and log in to Google, so that you can compete on the YouTube chat line. It will be fun to see how that works! If you don't have a google account or just want to watch, that will work perfectly well too.
An integenerational and interparish panel is going to work through some of the things the Bible says about being the Church. If you'd like to join in, YouTube chat offers that ability too.
And of course, we'll pray together, and go out with some brand new music (from our very own Tim Kelly).
This will be a great way to be one body with the people from our different services, and with our family in our local neighbouring parishes - we'd love to see you there!
Saturday, June 20, 5pm
All are welcome to be part of this weekly Bible Study, following the Midweek Church Service on Wednesday. If you would like to be part of the study but wish to remain at home, please use the phone service and be part of the study group.
Local Phone Number 3243 7919 and Code 786 584 063. Please contact us if you have any problems accessing this service.