Creative Chics is a sewing/craft club that meets at Centenary Community Hub, 171 Dandenong Road, Mt Ommaney. We have chosen to meet at a neighbourhood centre in our local community to provide a neutral base for inviting Christian and non-Christian friends alike to meet to sew/create in a friendly atmosphere.
We meet monthly, usually on the third Saturday in the month from 12-4 pm. Women of any age (18+) can join us with their favourite craft . Members of our group are currently bringing hand sewing, sewing clothes, general crafts, quilting and knitting to the meeting.
Beginners to experienced sewers/knitters/crafters are all welcome. During the informal meeting members bring their own work to do and work while chatting to others. From time to time we have demonstrations/sharing of skills/techniques. We are considering going to craft shows together and craft shop crawls, even a craft weekend away!
The cost is $5 and members take it in turns to provide afternoon tea. For more information please contact Jane Silcox via email@example.com
Sunday School, also known as “Kids Club” seeks to meet the spiritual and developmental needs of church families and visiting children on Sunday mornings. During school terms, Kids Club runs in conjunction with both the 8am and 10am services. Primary school aged children are involved in small group, Bible-based activities which are age-appropriate. They are encouraged to grow in their knowledge and love of God and in their sense of belonging to our church family.
Parents are always welcome at Kids Club. Especially for younger children, this may help them settle, and an extra pair of hands is always appreciated by the leaders. During school holidays, supervised activities are provided.
Events are planed for ladies of all ages. We run events like Coffee and Dessert nights and Ladies Breakfasts with guest speakers.
We have a craft group that meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month (not in school holidays) where we do card making and projects for the community like Trauma Teddy’s for the Red Cross, Bennies for children in Ethiopia and making gifts and contributions to children in Crisis Care.
This group has been in existence for a number of years and is a wonderful way of meeting people who attend the different Sunday services. It is also available for any friends people want to bring along. We meet around five times a year. There are two activities remaining for 2011. On Saturday 10th September there is a car rally and Saturday 5th November a trip to Wivenhoe Dam. Perhaps the secret of the successful continuation of this group is the participation of many different people in the organization of the events. The Ferryman Cruise up the Pumicestone Passage and a dinner at Prima Vera Restaurant have been two very successful activities in the last few months.
Mel Steinbron is the founder of Lay Pastors Ministry. It is a ministry of ‘Love with Skin On’, defined by the acronym Prayer Availability Contact Example. We provide meaningful pastoral care especially to those who are not involved in cell groups. It is non-intrusive, consists of friendship, prayer and care to the fellow Christians in the Body during times of blessings and challenges.
Amped is a high-energy night out for children in Grades 4-7. The program is run weekly on Saturday afternoons from 4-6pm and includes a mixture of activities including games, sports, themed nights and cooking. The Amped team aims to provide a relaxed and safe environment for upper primary school students to build friendships, ask questions about the Christian faith and have stacks of fun!
Providing a fun, challenge & adventure for all school-aged males(8-18yo), The Boys’ Brigade trains and empowers young men for effective leading & mission impact in their world today.
With an unashamedly Christian foundation, The Boys’ Brigade has a proven track record for reaching out and providing mentoring programs for boys of all backgrounds, abilities & interests – broadening their horizons and skills with international recognition for their achievements.
Moore Park Baptist’s Company is 26th Brisbane and meets on Friday nights during school terms.
Camping, Sailing, Tubing, Canoeing, Expedition, Laser Force, Flour Fight, Movie Night, Internet Games, Bring a Friend Parties, Mini Olympics
8 – 11years old
12 – 14 years (Alpha)
15 – 18 years (Omega)
Juniors: 6.55 to 8.30pm
Seniors: 6.55 to 9.30pm
Churches around the world have Girls’ Brigade groups that meet each week. The girls(7-18yo) who attend experince a fun, non-competitive program. They wear a great uniform that promotes a sense of belonging. The have wonderful leaders who are well trained and are great role models. They are encouraged to seek, serve and follow Christ.
Moore Park Baptist’s Company is 56th Brisbane and meets on Tuesday nights during school terms.
Educational | At GB we gain skills and pursue new interests including creative art, music, sewing, pets, car maintenance, drama, party planning and photography.
Social | Come to GB and make new friends. Get involved in cooking, puppets or craft. We also have themed or cultural nights, and great Mother/Daughter and Father/Daughter nights.
Physical | At GB we go from the simple to the extreme. Keeping fit, dancing, team games, camping, hiking, canoeing and more.
Spritual | At GB we learn more about ourselves and about God. Our leaders help us to discover what the Bible has to say through fun activities and stories.
For girls from Year 1 to 21 years
Cadets | Year 1 to Year 3
Juniors | Year 4 to Year 6
Seniors | Year 7 to Year 8
Pioneers | Year 9 to 21 years
Cadets: 6.45 to 8.00pm
Others: 6.45 to 8.45pm
Kids Hope Australia is an initiative of World Vision Australia and is a mentoring ministry built on a partnership between our Church and the local primary school. Kids Hope mentors are caring adults from our church who spend one hour each week with a child identified by the school. The idea is simple, but the results can change lives. Mentors are screened, interviewed and trained according to the Kids Hope Aus guidelines. Initially mentors commit for one year, but if the child, parents, school and mentor are willing, the relationship may continue throughout the primary school years. Each mentor is supported by a prayer partner who commits to praying for the mentoring relationship. At Moore Park, mentors also meet together as a cell group to encourage and support one another.
24-7 is a not for profit organisation run to give kids something fun to do on Saturday nights that is low cost and in a safe environment. All leaders have a blue card and a church leader authorisation.
Youth group brings teenagers up through highschool knowing that there is a better alternative than the worldview of partying, drinking and inappropriate social practices that teenagers are pressured into doing.
Our leaders believe in a God that loves and cares for us, but that is not something that is pressured or required of the teens to participate.