Faith, Hope and Care Concert: 2-4pm  Sunday 18 August 2019

‘Music to Make You Smile’ from stage, screen and musical theatre – featuring The Savoy Singers and guest artists.

Tickets $30 in support of the victims (31 people killed,  38 injured), as well as families and friends who are affected by the tragic events of the Easter Sunday Bombing at Zion Church, Batticaloa, Sri Lanka. We have decided to focus on psycho-social trauma counselling for the next 6 to 12 months. We will be partnering with a reliable, reputable and transparent organisation to deliver the services.  Please attend our concert with as many friends as you can bring - or make a donation.

Enquiries email: nihal@derun.net.au  phone 0419 382 142

More information: concert flyer,      the Savoy Singers

 

Coffee Morning Meetings 

Coffee Morning Meetings are held 9 times a year on the first Thursday of the month: March-November.

The next meeting is on Thursday 5 September: 

The European discovery of the Murray - Darling river system; its development and the inter-colonial struggle for the pastoral trade 1830-1880.

Speaker: Rev Dr James Donaldson

The Murray-Darling Basin drains around one-seventh of the Australian land mass and is now one of the most significant agricultural areas in Australia.  Towns and rural communities across the Basin rely on a healthy river system—our economy, food security and well-being depend on it, now and into the future.

More details: Flyer Sept and Oct

Songs from Here and There - Sunday 1 September 2019 at 2.20pm

A Musical Journey around the World, international folk songs arranged by Graham Bartle OAM 

A Fathers Day event presented by "The Cantata Singers" - conductor and soloist Warwick Stengards (courtesy Opera Australia and Vienna Staatsoper) with associated artists including instrumentalists and dancers.

Tickets available online at                      Trybooking.com/BDFCK   or at the door               Flyer: Folk Songs 1 Sept

Go up the Tower, see the view - 22 Sep & 24 Nov 2019

 The weather was lovely on Sunday afternoon     7 April 2019 when 33 people (23 adults and 10 children) went up the Tower

 Previously on a cloudy Sunday afternoon          2 December 2018, 34 people went up the Tower

There are also panoramic photos taken from the Tower Viewing Deck on display at the 3rd level of the tower.