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Wed 01 July
10:00
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Welcome to St. Augustine's!


On this page you will find brief announcements of upcoming events, information about things that have been going on or pointers to interesting reports on our website. For more detailled information you can follow the links to other pages. If you want to know more about who we are, find out here.

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Living our Vocation as Christians 

We are pleased to have a distinguished guest columnist for our July "Food for Thought" - have a look here!

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"Welcoming the Stranger" - Some Thoughts on World Refugee Day

Refugees are not a problem - they are people who need our help and our Christian love. Read here what our Bishop has to say about this important subject. If you want to get involved in helping refugees in our city, you can download some information here.

 

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Theological Online Study - Find out about the EfM programme

On May 17th Kaye O'Connell, from Ascension Munich, visited us and introduced the Education for Ministry (EfM) program, a four-year distance learning certificate program in theological education based upon small-group study and practice (see http://efm.sewanee.edu). Kaye is a trained EfM mentor and interested in starting an online study group across Germany and the Convocation (see flyer). Interested? Then get in touch with Kaye or with Father Chris. 

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Happening #3 for Young People 
6.–9. August in Geneva

A weekend full of fun, games, surprises and spiritual renewal & empowerment - organoized by young people for high school aged youth (14-18 years old). For contact information see here.

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Please help our church win € 1,000 ...

... to go towards our capital campaign. The local savings bank (NASPA) is celebrating its 175th anniversary this year and as part of its celebrations is giving away €175,000 - €1,000 each to 175 charitable projects. Only the 175 projects (of over 300 registered) with the most votes will get the money. So please vote for our project. Just click on this link:

https://175spenden.naspa.de/voting/groe-naspa-spenden-aktion/erneuerung-der-kirche/

Then click on “Abstimmen,” type in your email address, click on “Abstimmen” again and then (finally) confirm by clicking on the link in the email you will receive (a little complicated – but they want to avoid multiple voting). You can vote once every 24 hours!

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For more information about these and past events click here.

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CAECG Conference on "Fresh Expressions" 

The Developing Christian Ministry programme of the Council for Anglican and Episcopal Churches (CAECG) in Germany is offering a mini-conference in Bonn from July 24 to 25, entitled: "New Ways of Being Church .... in Germany". Revd Canon Dr. Adrian Chatfield from Cambridge will speak about 'Fresh Expressions'. Adrian brings experience from many continents and many church traditions, and will speak about new and innovative ways of doing church here in Germany in the twenty-first century. Registrations are already being accepted – see flyer here.

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