Come and join in the beauty of Evensong as we gather in worship and around God’s word and sing his praises.
The service will also be a public launch of the Diocesan Vision A Church for Tasmania making disciples of Jesus.
The new Diocesan Director of Ministry Development will also be commissioned.
Unfortunately the recording of the forum is unavailable but Jude’s notes are available here.
Dr Jude Long is the Principal of Nungalinya College in Darwin. Nungalinya is a combined churches adult education college for Indigenous Australians providing theological training, music, media and literacy programmes.
Prior to commencing at Nungalinya in January 2011, Jude was the Dean of Students and a lecturer in theology, church history, mission and discipleship, at the Bible College of Victoria (now Melbourne School of .Theology).
Jude has a passion for facilitating education that will transform the whole person and help learners to grow in their relationship with Christ. Jude is married to Allan, and they have two grown up married daughters and one grandaughter. She enjoys walking, reading and watching science fiction, and playing the saxophone.
Come and hear of the spread of the Word of God in China.
Mr Kua Wee Seng is the Director of United Bible Societies (UBS) China Partnership and he leads a team which directs and coordinates the China Bible ministry on behalf of the UBS Fellowship. He studied Accountancy at the University of Singapore and worked as the Management Accounting Manager of a multi-national company for a number of years before pursuing his theological studies at Regent College, Vancouver. Upon completion of his theological studies, he served as a staffworker with the Fellowship of Evangelical Students and later as a lecturer with the Discipleship Training Centre. He was a part-time lecturer at Trinity Theological College and taught New Testament Greek for several year at the College. Wee Seng served as the Deputy General Manager of the Amity Press in Nanjing in the early 90’s and he has been on the Board of Directors since the mid 1990s.
Wee Seng is married to Cheng and they have two adult daughters. They worship and serve at the Anglican Church of Good Shepherd.
Commonly referred to as his ‘Vespers’, Rachmaninoff’s music for the All-Night Vigil service of the Russian Orthodox Church was written in 1910. The All-Night Vigil Service comprises the Orthodox office of ‘Vespers’ followed by that of ‘Matins’ and ‘The First Hour’ and is celebrated on the eve of the great feasts.
In modern practice, the service does not generally last all night but rather three hours, of which only 1 hour is music. Please join us for this one-hour musical performance.
Tickets: $38 / Concession $28
Buy your tickets online at https://festivalofvoices.com/vigil/
or contact Theatre Royal on (03) 6233 2299 or
(03) 6234 5998
Associate artist: Karen Smithies
Donations gratefully received to assist with funding Linda’s graduation year of Master of Music (Violin Perf.) Diploma at Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
Enquiries, Alison 0400 855 347 firstname.lastname@example.org
This year St. David’s Cathedral celebrates 200 years of biblical ministry in the heart of Hobart and the Bible Society celebrates 200 years of Bible distribution. We have decided to mark these anniversaries by having a public reading of the whole Bible by Christians of Tasmania. We will do this in the midst of an arts festival in our city focused on silence and darkness believing that God’s spoken word brings light.
We will be using a single large print Contemporary English Version (CEV) provided by the Bible Society and reading it from cover to cover.
The public reading will start with Genesis at 9am Wednesday June 14th till midnight, then Thursday, Friday and Saturday 6am till Midnight, and from 11.30am – 5.30pm on Sunday, a total of around 75 hours reading which should, all being well, take us to the end of Revelation. (There will be some working around other services on at the Cathedral.)
As the reading goes on we hope that people will come in to listen and will join in pray in the Nixon Chapel for our ciy. There will be Bibles available for people to take as well as other evangelistic literature with offers to learn more about Christianity.
What are we asking for: Churches, Schools and special guests to join us.
Please pray: whilst there is much to organise, this is a fairly simple exercise in trusting that God through his Word would bring light to our Churches, our Community and our City.
Blessed Lord, who caused all holy Scriptures to be written for our learning: Grant us so to hear them, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest them, that we may embrace and ever hold fast the blessed hope of everlasting life, which you have given us in our Saviour Jesus Christ; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
More information for Churches wanting to be invovled can be obtained here.
Please use the arrows to move to the week of June 14 to see current proposed plan and available times for Churches to volunteer. This will update as more information is available.