Tomorrow morning (11am) in Fitzroy we continue our look at Ephesians through the eyes of Eugene Peterson as he lays out the theology, practice and power of the Church. Our creative and gifted assistant minister Jonathan Abernethy-Barkley will be following on from last Sunday's Tear Fund film Live58 and unpacking the calling to which we are called. His surmise is that maturity is not a trip down a yellow brick road but a car crash and church really is a place for vulnerability, dependency and unity. This weekend on Facebook he is quoting The Killers' Be Still as a soundtrack to the preparation and implimentation. We will also be giving Harvest Thanksgiving and David and Unni Ross will be sharing about a Care For Creation Conference they attended recently. All wrapped up in relevant and vibrant worship!
In the evening it is our monthly Faith On Trial that goes a little deeper in thought on issues facing Christians today. This month Dr Anne Bailie will share how her faith was stretched and where she found the grace to help her through some to the trials she lived through during her time living and working in Africa.