PAUL THE APOSTLE CONGREGATION
The Congregation of Paul the Apostle is a faithful and hospitable group of people that come together to worship, pray, sing hymns, and learn about and celebrate God's word in today's world. Our worship is a joyful participation in the life of the compassionate and gracious Trinity – Father, Son and Holy Spirit. This participation involves a listening to God’s Word and celebration of the Lord’s Supper. Music, which lifts up our praise and thanks to god, is an essential part of our worship. Our gifted Music Director and Organist enables the congregation to respond to the grace of God in the profound way that music is able to accomplish. Following the Service there is a morning tea in the Foyer to which everyone is welcome.
The Paul the Apostle South Melbourne Uniting Church meets every Sunday at 10.00am and on the first Wednesday of the month there is an Evening Prayer Service at 7.30pm. A keen Bible Study group, called Fellowship Fuel, meet monthly. Also the congregation is supporting a Uniting Church Overseas Aid project in Zambia..
The Reverend Ross Carter (mobile: 0407 351 545 or office: 9690 1188) and the Congregation at Paul the Apostle look forward to meeting you soon.
We meet every Sunday morning at 10.00am for worship and to celebrate Holy Communion at
325 Dorcas Street
(Melways 2K B3)
Paul the Apostle Worship Theme 2.3.2014
In the Uniting Church calendar, this Sunday is Transfiguration Sunday. The Protestant tradition as it was manifested in Australia did not make a great deal of the gospel accounts of the transfiguration. This is in stark contrast to the Eastern Orthodox churches where the transfiguration is a great and joyful feast. At worship today we will reflect on what the Orthodox see as being so wonderful about the transfiguration of Jesus. Such reflection may lead us to seeing ourselves in a new light.
Bible Exploration at Paul the Apostle:
The Congregation of Paul the Apostle are an enthusiastic and committed community who want to deepen their appreciation of, and communion in, the Christian faith. They know that discussing the biblical words that bear witness to God’s love for men and women in Jesus Christ deepens their communion with one
another and equips them to live as followers of Christ. ‘Fellowship Fuel’ is a group that meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 8.00pm in the Church foyer to share in learning about God’s grace.
Any interested person is welcome to join us.
Evening Prayer is a service of sung psalms that takes place once a month at the Congregation of Paul the Apostle.
Anyone is welcome to join us in worshipping God on the first Wednesday of each month at 7-30pm.
South Port Singers.
South Port Singers is a community choir which meets at Paul the Apostle Uniting Church, 325 Dorcas St South Melbourne every Monday night ( except public holidays) from 7.30 -8.30 pm. Membership is open to all. The choir sings for enjoyment, and has a repertoire including folk songs, songs from musicals, and classical church music. From time to time, the choir sings at local aged-care hostels, and congregational gatherings. Our leader is Matthew Schultz, organist at Paul the Apostle church. If you would like to participate just turn up on a Monday at 7-30PM.
The Reverend Ross Carter (mobile no. 0407 351 545)
and the Paul the Apostle congregation welcomes you.
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