Vicar's News - 26 June 2022

Updated: 5 days ago


Jerusalem, 432-40 Mosaic in Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome


In this weekend's Gospel reading, James and John suggest revenge on a village which has rejected Jesus. Our modern society is skewed toward revenge rather than justice, despite centuries of Christian teaching. We will explore this dynamic at our services this Saturday and Sunday.

 

Concert on Sunday

 

Rotary speakers from St Andrew's

Thursday evening at Brighton Rotary saw two of our own, Professor Neville Norman and Tamara McNaught speak at this week's dinner. Neville spoke on the economy, 'stagflation' and the error of interest rate rises to cure the inflationary impact from non-demand sources. Tamara spoke about her work life and design and styling business.

 

The music foundation is now registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission, and the Australian Tax Office has confirmed the continuation of the Foundation's DGR status for the receipt of donations which are tax deductible by the donor.


Organ restoration tax deductible gift

Thank you to those who have already given to the St Andrew's Music Foundation for a tax deductible receipt before 30 June. Your donations are very welcome as we strive to raise funds for stage 2 of our quest to repair the mechanics of the organ itself.

All donations of $2 and over are tax deductible and tax receipts will be issued.

Donations can be made by cheque (sent to the Parish Office), direct debit or credit card (https://shoutforgood.com/charities/samf) .


Donations can be made by direct deposit to the following account:


Name: St Andrew's Music Foundation

Bank: Westpac BSB: 033095 Account: 623227

Please include the donor's name in the Reference field, and send the donor's details to the foundation: music@samf.melbourne so that a tax receipt can be issued to you.

 

More photos from Corpus Christi - our servers & guests

 

Rosters


 


 











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