West Epping Uniting Church are hosting a Women’s Retreat Day at Galston UC on Saturday 28th May, from 9.30am – 3.30pm.
The Retreat will be led by Jill Robertson and will be a ‘time where you can connect with other women, grow in your faith, share with others in a safe place, loving, laughing and learning together’. Cost is $35 and includes morning tea, lunch and craft material.
RSVP and enquiry details are on the noticeboard.
West Epping Uniting Church invite you to their 60th Anniversary celebrations on Sunday 15th November. The service will be at 10am and Rev Graeme Gardiner will be the guest preacher. Lunch will follow the service and all are welcome.
RSVP details are on the flyer on the noticeboard.
West Epping Uniting Church invite you to hear Nic Newling speak on Suicide Prevention on Thursday 17 September at 7.30pm at West Epping UC. Nic is an advocate for mental health and suicide prevention and an ambassador for R U OK? and was recently featured on Australian Story, details on the noticeboard.
West Epping Uniting Church invite the ladies of the congregation to their Amazing Women’s Day Retreat, to be held at Galston Uniting Church on Saturday 16th May, from 9.30am – 3.30pm. The guest speaker will be Rev Laurel Barr, and there will be a range of activities, from craft to Bible study and art. Cost is $35 which includes morning tea and lunch. RSVP details are on the flyer on the noticeboard.
West Epping UC, in conjunction with NSW Health, are hosting a Stepping On program for 7 weeks. It commences Tuesday 12 May at 10am at West Epping Uniting Church, Cnr Carlingford Rd & Orchard St Epping.
The program is an interactive and free community program for seniors to build knowledge, strength and confidence to remain in dependent at home. Bookings are essential, details are on the noticeboard.
West Epping UC invite you to hear the Hon. John Watkins on Thursday 12th March at 7.30pm. He will be speaking on the topic ‘Alzheimer’s Disease – the effects to families and communities’. John Watkins was the Member for Ryde in the NSW Parliament and was very active in his support for the local area. On leaving parliament in 2008, he became Chief Executive Officer of Alzheimer’s Australia NSW.
This is a great opportunity to gain some current information about this debilitating disease, and the evening would be suitable for family members who are affected by Alzheimer’s, parents, professionals working in the community and any interested people.
A donation of $10 is suggested with proceeds going to Alzheimer’s Australia NSW. A light supper will be provided after the talk. Please direct any enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9868 3574.