Come along and grab a bargain at one of our Market Day Sales
Every Wednesday and Friday mornings // 2nd and 4th Saturdays
9am to 12pm
Holland Park Centre, 855 Logan Road, Holland Park
Our next Congregational Meeting will be on
Sunday 18th June
A light lunch will be included
Key items of business will be:
- Annual Reports
- Budget 2023/2024
Our children's holiday program is back for another year. This year we are exploring the "Wonder Zone" looking at God's creation and the universe around us. It is going to be three days of wonderful fun.
Cost - $70 for one child (discounts apply for multiple children) This money covers lunch, morning and afternoon teas, craft, elective and other costs.
Ages - This is for children in grades 1-6.
You can register at:
Children will do one elective on Tuesday and one on Thursday. (note you will choose three options, but children will only do two, we endeavor to give the first two options but this is not always possible.) The electives are:
Easy magic – Learn some simple magic tricks to amaze your family and friends.
Messy Games – Play some games where you might well get messy.
Pet care – A former vet gives advice how to care for your pets.
Build a garden – Make a mini garden to take home and care for.
Clay creations – Make some wonderful creations using quick drying clay.
Pamper – A time to relax, have your hair and nails done and remember you are special to God.
Paper planes – Design, build and compete with your paper planes.
Cake decorating – Decorate your own cake to take home.
Billy Carts – Head down to the park and ride on the billy carts.
Knots and things you can do with them – Learn about what knots are good for setting up a tent or other useful things.
Angel craft – Make a beautiful angel to take home.
Sporty time – Run around and burn some energy with sporty games.
Chill zone - Take some time in the busy week to sit, chill, maybe play a board game.
Please join us at Southside UC @ Tarragindi (24 Pope St, Tarragindi, Q 4121) on Saturday, July 1st to hear from
Dr Loraine McKay, Researcher/lecturer at Griffith University.
Loraine is interested in ensuring beginning teachers are aware of the complexity of becoming a teacher and to challenge an idealised view of their role. Part of this quest is her research focusing on arts-based reflection used to nurture the skills, disposition and strategies that enable participants to build resilience-engagement and to support the diversity of students they will encounter in their classroom. This diversity includes children from disadvantaged backgrounds where factors such as poverty, geographic isolation, or domestic violence create barriers to their learning and potentially interrupt their education. In her presentation, Loraine will share how arts-based reflection can be used throughout life and how she uses it in her roles as academic, community volunteer and grandmother.
Enjoy a lovely morning tea, but most importantly fellowship, in a friendly atmosphere from 9.30am for 10.00am start. A small donation to cover costs would be appreciated.
So that we can organise appropriate catering, please register online by Thursday, June 29th https://southsideuc.ucareapp.com/forms/204/embed or via phone to SSUC office 3848 7093 or Ann McDonald 0403 933 369.
Join us for a time of Prayer
1st Tuesday of each month
Tarragindi Centre, 24 Pope Street, Tarragindi