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Weekly News in the Coracle


Sunday  15th October

7.30am  Said Eucharist 

9.00am  Sung Eucharist

10.30am Choir Practice, Moline Village 

Birthday - Drew Loxley

Monday 16th October

Birthday - Estelle Clayton


Tuesday 17th October

Yearly Remembrance - Gwen Perry 

Birthday - Sharen Picard

Wednesday 18th October

10am     Eucharist 


Thursday 19th October 

Birthday - Barbara Snow 

11am Shawford Lodge

Friday  20th October 

6.30pm Men's Club

Saturday 21st October  

Yearly Remembrance - Ruth Hepburn

Sunday  22nd October

7.30am  Said Eucharist 

9.00am  Sung Eucharist

10.30am Choir Practice, Moline Village 


SAVE THE DATE - Next Women's Breakfast on Saturday 28th October Sign up sheet in foyer

CHANGE THE DATE!!! - Musical High Tea now on Saturday 5th November 3pm to 5pm

Tickets $20 sign up for your table in foyer. Only 50 places available.





Bishop Kate,  Bishop Jeremy and Archbishop elect Kay

Our Rector Gail 

Parish of  Bellevue-Darlington,

Parish of  Moora

Examining Chaplains

Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital

Chaplain at Yaluma PS


Moline village residents

Gannaway family

Gardiner family

Sally Gaunt









MU Focus for the week: Overcoming poverty 

God of justice, you set your face against poverty. Help us to discern the very real poverty of those without adequate food, clothing and shelter and to look honestly at our own poverty of spirit when we fail in generosity, when we judge others too harshly, and when we turn away from being your means of love and grace to the poor. About 120 MU members in Guinea were the ‘hands and feet on the ground’ during the Ebola epidemic and they continue disaster work, supporting survivors after a fire which left families without food or clothing. elderly and a health project. Worldwide, members work in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ to maintain the cause of the needy.
October Anglican Messenger is available in the foyer

Operation Christmas Child

Boxes and labels are on the back pew if you would like to participate this year and do not have a shoe box. Choose an age range for a boy or girl. Fill the box with simple gifts. Include an envelope donation of $10 to cover project, box and shipping costs. Bring to church unsealed for blessing on or before

Sunday October 29th

Our  elected & appointed Council Members
Warden: John Clark
Councillors: Lelia Green, Warren Carslake, Deidre Young, Louisa Kennard (Treasurer), Brad Burrows, Nicky Cusworth, Drew Loxley (Secretary) & Judith Brown.
Continuing Synod Reps: Agnes Tate  & Laura Rattray (Alternates: Louisa Kennard & Drew Loxley)

Lunch Box Angels
Can you help? Please shop for suggested items or make a cash donation in an envelope marked Lunch box.


 2017 LPM/LA Breakfast meeting at 9am after 8.30am Morning Prayer
4th November

Parish Pantry

Thank you for your support.  Everyone really appreciates the food you are donating for emergency bags and
lunch-boxes. We particularly need long-life milk, pasta sauce and  butter & margerine, school snacks and box drinks at this time as well as cash for $25 Coles vouchers.




Please let Gail know if you would like a visit, or for someone you know at home or in hospital for prayer, communion or anointing or simply a chat over a cup of tea.

Gail is not available Tuesday  unless it is an emergency but otherwise is happy to come when available.


Several parishioners have met with Gail to choose the hymns and readings for their funerals and other liturgy requests for such a service. The information is then kept on file to assist family members with their planning when the time comes. Please consider doing this whatever your age or state of health, it is important that your wishes are communicated. Planning forms are available from the office.


Please consider helping as a reader, sidesperson, morning tea server or provider, MC, LA or projector operator as there are some spaces to be filled on the rosters at either service. Let Gail know if you are interested. Job descriptions are available.



If you are not in the Parish directory and would like to be included please give your details to the office.


If you would like to provide morning tea after the 9am service but do not want to cook, please give a donation of $20 in an envelope marked morning tea and give to office or put in the collection.








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St Columba's Anglican Church
150 Northstead Street, Scarborough, W.A., 6019

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