Tasmanian Baptists News & Prayer

Sunday February 7, 2021

ABOVE: Please pray for all our churches, pastors and Tasmanian Baptist staff as we all reboot for 2021. Especially remember Karen Buckney, our Assistant Administrator (above), who was featured in last week’s ADVANCE | step by step >>>

Prayer for Tasmanian Baptist Churches

Claremont Baptist is celebrating its 50th anniversary of work in the Abbotsfield/Claremont area on 6 March. The next day, Sunday 7 March, there will be a celebration morning worship service. We’d love to have past members come, but because of COVID we have to be mindful of numbers so an RSVP is essential.  The service will be live-streamed on zoom for those who can’t personally attend.

Please RSVP to Carolyne for zoom meeting number and password on 0416 073 661; or Jean on jean.peyper@gmail.com

Our March Muster will go regional on 1-3 March, with meetings in the South (1st), North (2nd), and Northwest (3rd). Richard Sharp from ReNew Discipleship Network, Adelaide, will be with us to further explore key themes from our new strategic plan. Richard will join with pastors over dinner, followed by an evening meeting which is open to our leadership teams and other key leaders from our churches. Please see our calendar for more info: www.tasbaptists.org.au/events

Tasmanian Baptist Assembly dates 2021: May 7-8 Riverlands, Longford; and October 22-23 Riverlands, Longford

Our Understanding the Baptist Movement study intensive is happening again in 2021, on Saturday May 22. Already we have eight likely registrations. There are limited spaces still available. The intensive is essential for registration for all new APL and RPL pastors who have not previously studied Baptist Principles formally. It is also available to anyone interested to know more about Baptists in a post-denominational era. Cost is just $20. Contact Jeff if you would like to receive an information sheet. jeff@citybaptistchurch.net

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Reflect: I am not ashamed of the good news; it’s God’s power, bringing salvation to everyone who believes – to Jew first, and also equally to the non-Jew.

Romans 1:16