Ladies Breakfast At Newmason

Saturday 23rd March

Warragul Pressie Ladies are invited to meet together for a monthly informal social catch up over breakfast.
Join us at Newmason Restaurant, 25 Mason Street, Warragul on the 4th Saturday of each month at 8:30am

Please RSVP to Jenni Graham to assist her with table booking.

Future dates for your diary: 27 April; 25 May; 22 June; 27 July.

Men’s Breakfast: Saturday 2nd February

Men’s brekkies are resuming at 8am on Saturday Feb, 2nd. We will be meeting regularly on the first Saturday of each month this year at St Luke’s, Ellinbank. [map] and extend an invitation to you if you would like to join us for a hearty cooked breakfast, conversation and discussion of our topic of the morning.

This month we will be watching a short DVD of a conversation between Os Guiness who is a Christian apologist author & social analyst as he engages John Lennox who is Oxford University Professor of Mathematics.

Some modern-day theories seem to pit science against God, but why? Do you have to choose or can you intellectually believe in both? In Science & God, Os Guiness and John Lennox explore this tension, with calculations that subtract neither God nor science. Lennox looks at both historical and contemporary explanations of the universe, and he uses debate-tested conclusions and simple illustrations to clarify the real issues of this controversy.

Carols Service

The inaugural WPC Carols Service was held on Sunday 16th evening at St Luke’s Ellinbank.

The event drew a large number of regulars and their family, friends, locals, and others who received an invite to come and enjoy the bbq and carols singing.

The weather changed for the better just as bbqing was completed. The sun and blue sky greeted us as we sat around outside to eat and get better acquainted. 

The band struck up and the carols singing was wonderful; lifting the roof off the building as we praised God for sending us His Saviour.

Christopher Dean delivered a short but very meaningful message from John Chapter 1 to help us understand what Christmas is really about.

A smorgasbord of home made sweet treats was on hand after the service and we enjoyed supper together and more conversation.

Everyone had a wonderful evening and agreed it was a joyful time. We hope to make this an annual event and look forward to next year.

Thanks to everyone for coming and being involved to make our Carols Service such a success.


New Website

Welcome to our new website.

For the past five years our website was built using Joomla.
Now we are using Wordpress with a whole new theme to modernise
and brighten things up a bit. Thanks PresData

Please enjoy the fresh new look…