South Australian Army Band Concert

Sunday 9th October, 2pm

Burnside City Uniting Church

$15, child $5, includes afternoon tea

Fundraiser for Frontier Services

Tickets from Norah Norris

 

 

Effective Living Centre

Artist in Residence 2016

Author Kate Llewellyn

 

Friday 23 September, 7.30 pm – 9.30 pm

An evening with Kate Llewellyn

$25 Adult $20 Concession $15 Friends ELC

 

Saturday 24 September, 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm

Creative Writing Workshop with Kate Llewellyn

Please bring pen and paper.

$25 Adult $20 Concession $15 Friends ELC

 

Monday 26 September, 7.30 pm. – 9.30 pm

Poets’ Corner with special guest Kate Llewellyn

Please bring a poem of your choice to share

$20 Adult $17 Concession $15 Friends ELC

 

Venue:

Effective Living Centre

Christ Church Uniting Church

26 King William Road, Wayville

Bookings essential

Book online at www.effectiveliving.org

or phone: 8271 0329

Kate Llewellyn is the author of 24 books comprising poetry, travel, memoir, autobiography and essays. Her two most recen tbooks are A Fig at the Gate, a book on ageing and making a new garden and a book of her letters called First Things First, published by Wakefield Press.

 

 

Concerts @ Kent Town

2016 Spring Concerts 

An outstanding season of best loved music
by acclaimed musicians.
 

Each concert includes music from the magnificent J E Dodd pipe organ, and from a guest artist. The concert is followed by a generous afternoon tea served in the adjacent hall. Tickets are $10.00 and available at the door. 

Wednesday 21st September at 2.00pm

Tasso Bouyessis – Tenor

Graham Bell  – Organist

 

Wednesday 19th October at 2.00pm

Robert Dawe – Bass Baritone

Damien Mansfield – Organist/Pianist

 

Wednesday 16th November at 2.00pm

Janet Anderson – Violinist

Andrew Ampt – Organist

 

For all enquiries please contact
Sheila Bryce: 8322 4581

 

 

In the Beginning: The West Lakes Congregation

Sunday 25th September at 2.00pm

This congregation, located at Bartley Terrace West Lakes Shore, will be celebrating its 41st Anniversary on this day and at 2.00pm its founding minister, the Rev John Watt, will share some of the core convictions and inspiration that led to its formation. This ecumenical venture, before the inauguration of the Uniting Church, involved at least six denominations. John Watt was minister of the Port Adelaide Congregational Church and the Rev Norman Watt (John's father) was ministering in the Port Adelaide Presbyterian Parish at that time. Funds from the sale of the Seaton Park Presbyterian Church contributed to the establishment of the new congregation. Come to hear this interesting story.

 

 

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