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Convocation Retreat in Munich
From Friday, 13 March to Sunday, 15 March 2015 the Commission on the Ministry of the Baptized (COMB) will hold a Spirituality Conference in Munich with speaker Rev. Canon Dr. Sandye A. Wilson onb "Boundaries, Balance and Blessings". If you are interested, you will find contact details here.
AGM 2015: Saturday, 7 February 2015, 1 pm
This year's Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday, 7 February 2015 - mark your calendars in order to attend this important event in the life of our parish. More information (invitation and agenda) is available here.
All group leaders and committee chairs, please send your reports to the parish office by 23 January 2015.
Bishop Issues Statement About Terrorist Attack in Paris
Read here Bishop Pierre's statement on the terrible attack that killed 12 people on Wednesday 7 January 2015.
Check out our Programme of Adult Christian Formation for 2015
Being a Christian is a lifelong learning process, and we can grow together by studying the Bible and sharing our faith with each other. And we would love to have you join us!
Click here for more information on what St. Augustine's has to offer in the coming months.
Christmas News from our Missionary in Romania
Dear friends all over the world,
on the third day of Christmas I want to share with you some of the joy of Christmas which I was able to bring through the help of several of you!
From the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Paris, France a donation made possible to pay for 50 food packages. They were collected by families or brought to their homes.
The Anglican Episcopal congregation St. Augustine's in Wiesbaden, Germany, sent some packed Christmas boxes for children which arrived on December 23 in Vaslui where I picked them up and delivered them with food packages to families with many children. Both families here have five children and their faces speak volumes.
Private donors from the Munich area allowed to put together Christmas bags for children who attend a center for after school care and lunch. Each received in their package a book to read (or to paint, depenting in the age), a game, some school (or painting) tools, and a few sweets.
May God bring the Spirit of the Nativity of our Lord into all your houses through their faces!
God bless you all,
Episcopal Missionary in Romania