David’s doing the right thing!
That’s not funny!!
COVID-19 SAFETY PLAN
26-07-2020. As a place of Worship, St Peters has had to register with NSW Government by completing a COVID-19 Safety Plan.
There are rules and regulations we have to follow to create and maintain a safe environment.
- Advise that if unwell, have cold or flu symptoms, to get tested, stay home till well or results are back. 14 days is considered the isolation period.
- Conditions of entry are: hand sanitizing, complete sign-in form and practise 1.5 distancing rule – inside and outside building. Red crosses indicate distance.
- Rostered stewards are to supervise these conditions of entry.
- Abiding by 4sqm rule our building can accommodate up to 30 attendees.
- Seating has been removed to create more space for the 1.5 distancing rule.
- Singing is to be avoided. Holy Communion and the Offerings are being done differently and safely.
- As well as numerous sanitizing bottles there are paper towelling dispensers and liquid soap at each of the three hand basins, including both restrooms.
- Disposable drinking cups are provided if needed.
- Advise attendees if they have been to a COVID-19 hot spot or surrounds or have had visitors from there please stay home in consideration to others. 14 days is considered the isolation period.
- Encourage the use of COVIDSafe app on mobile phones to support contract tracing.
Ladies Fellowship resumed on 1st July, 2020 after 3 months absence due to
Covid style church:
As from today all Services and group meetings have been canceled till further notice.
From our chairperson Don.
:Due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, we have had to postpone the First Communion celebrations for Sunday as well as refrain from holding Holy Communion until this virus passes.
We all kept our distance those of us who were there.
Coffee morning at Sea Acres, Friday 14th February 2020.
Happy birthday David, we don’t know how young he is!!
Pastor Darren Kupke & family visit for a couple of weeks.
60th Wedding celebrations for Gordon & Joan.
It’s Advent again and 31 of us enjoyed lunch @ Settlers Inn
Bishop Robert Bartholomeaus and Jenny on their fact finding visit.
Bishop Rob giving a power point report on LAC NSW
14/11/1999 20th Anniversary of Rev David Thompsons Ordaination
Our air quality was the worst in the world. 1739ppm
Weekly study group with a few visitors.
Longest Lutheran Lunch 2019
The worst fires in living memory.
86 Crestwood Dr. Fire
From the Donut
:Barbara with her birthday cake for her birthday celebrations.
How many is it Barb?
: Mr Jonathan Krause from Lutheran world Service gave a full and informative report on LWS.
: 50 *Years of being together. Well done John & Corrine*
*Happy Mothers Day to all our mothers*
: Coffe catchup @ Salt on the Marina.
Palm Sunday 14/4/2019
:The new Leadership Team
: The future’s looking good..
Happy 75th Roger..
: Job well done boys.12/01/2019
Busy bees …
David Frazer, Don McLean, Lloyd Reichelt and Roy Herbig finished the concrete work for the carpark area on January 12. Thanks to those who worked in the hot conditions to bring the project to fruition.
: Our dear friend Margaret Bollen passed away this week at the age of 94 years and 5 months. Her memorial Service will be held at 10am 11th January 2019.
Rest in peace Margaret.
: At a recent visit to “The Garden” my son took this picture..
: The talented band on Christmas day.
Derryl, Nicholas, Andreas, Lloyd, Daryll
: Pastor Mike Mayer and family.
sharing 2018 Christmas with us.
: Christmas 2018.. Thanks Kids!
You did good.
24 church members and friends enjoyed a lunch at ‘Rivermark’ by the Hastings River on Sunday 2nd December to celebrate the Advent season.
Many hands made light work on Sunday after service as the Christmas tree was decorated and the nativity scene set up. Thanks to all those who helped, the young and not so young.
New parking area..Looks good boys
Decided to make a pair of oil candles today, for our Church, got to admit they took a fair bit of machining, used a high density plastic called Delrin for the tank/body, and some aircraft grade Alloy for the wick holder.
Tried a while back but trying to get good quality candle oil is so hard, but finally found a retailer in Brisbane.
It’s a real science as to how tight you need to make the wick in the wick holder, plus wick height makes a difference.
Finally got it all together, now I understand why oil candles cost so much!
Death of NSW Bishop James Haak
It is with deep sadness that we share the news that Pastor James Haak, Bishop of the New South Wales District, died this morning in Adelaide.
He had been in Adelaide this week attending meetings of the College of Bishops and the first meeting of the new General Church Board, to which he had been elected by General Synod earlier this month. He was due to fly home to Sydney this morning.
Late last night he experienced chest pains and was taken to hospital by an ambulance. He died from a heart-related condition at about 7.00 am, while his wife Marie was still in transit to Adelaide.
Pastor Haak had been Bishop of the New South Wales District for nine months. Prior to moving to Sydney to take up that role, he had been 1st Assistant Bishop of the Queensland District and pastor of the Lockyer Valley Parish (Gatton Ministry Area). He had previously served at Rockhampton, West Logan and Pittsworth in Queensland and Eudunda in South Australia.
The LCA/NZ mourns with Marie, their children Aidan and Annie, their extended family, and all who served with Bishop Haak in the ministry of the gospel. We pray that God will carry them in his loving arms during this time of shock and grief.
Details of Bishop Haak’s funeral will be advised when known.
LCA Bishop John Henderson addresses General Synod at the opening service of the 19th LCA General Convention. Rose Hill Sydney.
” But what if God distracts us? Will we, will you, will I allow it? Are we prepared to be surprised?”
Bishop John was re-elected
Synod was attended by David Peiffer
The big day finally arrived..
Would you do this with your Grandkids?? I think so.
Got to love it.
*** The guest speaker was Jason Stevens, many N.R.L. supporters would have heard about him as he made it into the state side in that sport. Retired from playing and focusing on the film industry, he was introduced by the manager of Majestic Cinemas at the Men’s Breakfast last Saturday as the film,” Chasing Comets” was being shown for the last week. His testimony began with his childhood and the hardship of a violent father who eventually left his wife to care for the two boys and a daughter that had been seriously injured when hit by a car, not being able to talk and walk. As time went by, the Holy Spirit began to take over and the hate started to fade towards their father and Jason realized that many Christians go with the flow meaning he also attended his Church once a week or so. Delving into the Scriptures, he realized that our God wants more than that. He then decided to hand his life over to God, to be imitaters of God. The punch line for his testamony to a hundred or so listeners on a chilly 7am Breakfast was ” I made the decision, God made the change. Let us pray that the Holy Spirit will help us do this.” On his death bed, both boys were able to be with their Dad to say “We forgive you”. ***
Today Alex became a child of God.
For those of us who have come across the range, here’s a blast from the past… 1963/64
St Peters ladies assemble birthing kits for New Guinea.
Visiting Pastor Haydn Blaess and friends
24/5/2018 Congrats John & Corrine. 48 Years of married bliss..
30th Anniversary Service with Pastor Rob Weibusch and Bishop James Haak.
Ladies Fellowship meeting @ Barbara’s
LOOKOUT: We now have reverse cycle airconditioning.
Thanks to the generous donation of a church member.
And the free instalation by Reichelt Refrigeration and Electrical.
Triple first communion.
Kimberley, Georgia & Ella
Seniors moment at Sea Acres Rainforest.
The BIG Easter egg hunt 2018
Don & Carol’s anual trip to the Warrumbugles
Shelly beach BBQ
Let’s get together.