Gal­ston Unit­ing Church

Galston, Glenorie and Hills Rural News - - News -

Min­is­ter Rev Ge­off Smith 11 School Road Gal­ston 2159 Phone 9653 2039­sto­nunit­ Sun­day Fam­ily Service 10 am G'day again,

Nor­mally by June I'm saying some­thing like 'hope you're stay­ing warm this win­ter', but as I sit here writ­ing I'm still in short sleeves as this un­sea­son­ably warm May con­tin­ues!

I do trust that you're go­ing well. We are thanks. We're also pretty busy. There's pro­grams on for young and old, to keep you ac­tive or busy. We also like to sing - a lot. We have both men's and women's choirs... and new ar­rivals are al­ways wel­come.

We've also go a Fed­eral Elec­tion ap­proach­ing. A dou­ble dis­so­lu­tion, no less and lots of mem­bers re­tir­ing - lots of change all at once. I, for one, will be pray­ing that we get the gov­ern­ment we need, one that gov­erns with best in­ten­tions for all. Good luck with your vote!

By the time you're read­ing this, AN­ZAC day is long gone this year. But I just wanted to fin­ish by saying what a won­der­ful hon­our it was to at­tend the com­mem­o­ra­tion at Gal­ston high school. To see the way that the school hon­oured all our service per­sonal was a trib­ute to the school staff and pupils as well as be­ing a great credit to our com­mu­nity. Rev Bill Rosier, a re­tired naval chap­lain and member of our com­mu­nity gave an in­spir­ing ad­dress on the value and val­ues of our de­fence forces, past and present. Just one more re­minder of what a ter­rific com­mu­nity we are a part of. See you next month, cheers, Ge­off

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