Members of the PWA: are reminded that our next meeting will be held on Tuesday, 5th April. We will have our usual cup of tea and chat at 9:30am, followed by the meeting at 10:00am. All ladies in our congregation will be most welcome.
Simple Love: arrangements are now in hand for the delivery of the items collected on Monday 4 April. No more items should therefore be delivered after today. Thank you to everyone who was very generous in providing a wide range of goods to help refugees living in the community of north west and western Sydney.
Men’s Basecamp: Sat 6 August at Australian Technology Park.
Program: 12 minute personal talks – inspiring stories of men who have gone before you!
Special guest speaker: Jonny Gibson, on 2 Peter 3.
Group discount: available by 20 April at $78 including lunch. Last year a few men from BPC had a great day with around 1500 men. This year we encourage you to join us and men across all generations.
Names: to Ray Brown, Dev Daniel or Charles Minto as soon as possible please.
Prezzie Bees: is a playgroup for 0-5 year olds and their parents and carers. We enjoy craft activities, play, music and storytime together in the church hall on Mondays 9:30am – 11:30am during school term time. On 4 April we will have a park play at The Village Green, Beecroft from 9:30am (we will cancel if it’s raining). Prezzie Bees – Term 2 will commence on Monday 2 May. If you would like more information please contact the church office Ph 9876-2478 or go to our website at www.beecroftpresbyterian.org.au.
Ceilidh 2016!An invitation to everyone! Please join our annual bus trip to visit a country town or two. This year we are having the service at Taree and our accommodation will be in a local resort. Everyone will be under the same roof! The cost will be $380 p/p with an additional $40 for single supplement. For those of you who haven’t seen our schedule in the PWA magazine “SPAN” our trip will take us to Toukley for morning tea, Bulahdelah Park for lunch, then onto Taree to the resort. On the return journey we will visit St Andrew’s Church in Newcastle for lunch. Of course there will be comfort stops! As usual coaches will leave Hurstville, Epping and Beecroft. If you are interested in coming (everyone welcome) it would be appreciated if we could have your money in hand by our next Home Mission meeting on 20th April. Helen Hill will be at the next PWA meeting to collect money or if you need any further explanation.