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Stan Goodenough is an Evangelical Christian (Gentile), a journalist and an Israeli-accredited tour guide. For nearly 30 years that Jerusalem has been his home, he has witnessed the unparalleled wonder of Israel’s ongoing restoration, and the growing global hostility and threat against her.
The conviction that Australia can yet play a major role in securing the Jewish people in their land brings Stan here on his 5th visit since 2014.
Stan will be speaking at Hobart City Church of Christ 8 Goulbourn Street
Saturday 27th july 1.30-4.30pm
For more call Trish 0421 638 453
Quiz Night – Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) Tasmania INc
In Celebration of Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) National Awareness Week, RDA Tasmania is holding a fundraising Quiz Night on Saturday the 27th of July 2019 at 6.30pm at the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania in Sandy Bay.
Bookings via: email@example.com
Tables of up to 10 – Tickets $30pp includes a light dinner.
Great prizes, including Pennicot Wilderness Tours and Gordon River Cruises.
RDA is a not-for-profit volunteer organisation funded through sponsorship, fundraising and grants. RDA in Tasmania has provided opportunities for anyone with a disability to enjoy safe, healthy, stimulating and therapeutic horse-related activities since 1975. There are 5 Centres throughout the State.
For more information – go to our website: www.rdatas.org.au
RDA National Awareness Week runs from Monday the 29th of July – Sunday the 4th of August 2019.
It will be full steam ahead this weekend when the popular Model Train Show returns to Glenorchy.
The event is a joint initiative between the Glenorchy Lions Club and the British Railway Modellers of Australia (BRMA) in conjunction with the Tasmanian Transport Museum Society (TTMS).
A wide assortment of TTMS trains and trams will be open for inspection, as well as about 20 model train layouts from across Tasmania. Featuring entertainment for the whole family, the show will include children’s competitions, a raffle, refreshments – including the Lions Club food van and barbecue, and trade stalls. Steam train rides all weekend.
Entry costs $25 for a family or $12 for an adult and $5 for a child.Tickets at the gate August 3 and August 4 10am til 4pm.
Challenge Conference – Raising up leaders of tomorrow, Growing leaders of today
We are all full-time gospel ministers, regardless of whether or not we are being paid for the privilege. The Challenge Conference is a time for all of us as gospel ministers to think through and put into action, the most effective, fruitful and godly way to be serving. Challenge Conference’s aim is to raise up and support upcoming new leaders (whether into fulltime paid ministry, or into unpaid ministry) and encourage and equip current leaders (elders, deacons, overseers, ministry leaders) to keep going and keep growing in their various ministries (in church and in life). This is the challenge we want to put forward.
When: 16-17th August 2019
Where: The Old Woolstore, Hobart
Speakers: John Woodhouse and Mikey Lynch
Word Songwriting Showcase
A musical concert at St Clements Anglican Church Kingston on Sat 17th August at 7pm featuring Christian songwriters from across Tasmania. Entry is $10 adult, $5 concession, $20 family.
Concert Metropolitan Male Voice of South Australia St Davids Cathedral Friday, September 20th, 2019 from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Established in 1927, the Metropolitan Male Choir of South Australia is an incorporated not-for-profit choir of international renown. Singing music from all genres the choir presents an internationally recognised 4-part male blend.
The choir is led by Mr Evan Patton whose passion for perfection has established the high standard of singing excellence. Evan is ably supported by Thomas Saunders and Elisabeth Sweetman.
For tickets and more information click here.
Overturning Stigma Lunch
Date: Saturday 5th October, 2019
Time: 12:00 for 12:30 pm
Place: Midway Point Tavern, 2/6 Penna Rd, Midway Pt
Admission: $25 (includes main and dessert, but buy your own drinks)
There will be a trading table — so bring and buy!
Donations go to support people affected by leprosy in Nepal.
RSVP: Maggie 03 6269 2393 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FOCUS presents The International Night Market
FOCUS UTAS holds the International Night Market as our annual fund-raising event. This year its on October the 18th 6-8pm at Wellspring Anglican Church Building.
Enjoy good food from around the world.
Watch fun performances.
Celebrate the FOCUS ministry.
Raise much-needed funds for 2020.
Entry $10 ( $5 children under 12).
Tasmanian Church Planting Conference
Oct 23 2019 – 4:00pm – 9:00pm
A conference for growing healthy Churches and planting healthy Churches.
The annual Tasmanian Church Planting Conference is a time to join with men and women from across Tasmania who desire to see more gospel-centred churches established across the state.
In 2019 we will be looking at ‘Overcoming Challenges and Blockages’
We want to see God’s kingdom grow across Australia. But, how do we do it? Where do we start? What is the most effective way to plant a church in this current cultural environment? What are the key things that block church plants from starting and surviving?
This year’s Tasmanian Church Planting Conference seeks to answers all these questions and equip you and your church to move forward in church planting. We will be pulling together resources and tried and tested ideas to give you the practical tools and skills that you need. Many of these tools and insights will also have relevance to existing ministries.
Derek Hanna and Scott Sanders offer a wealth of experience and will share with us lessons learnt from church planting from all over Australia and provide us with resources that have been pulled together in order to see God’s kingdom grow across Australia.
There will also be electives available on a range of different topics
When: 4-9:00pm 23rd October 2019
Where: Christian Reformed Church of Kingston (17 Denison St, Kingston)