Weekly Highlights Monday 24 November 2014

:: WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY ::

WED 26 NOV – Volunteer Information & Training Session #2

6pm – 8pm
St Matthew’s Anglican Church

6 Carmody St, Hermit Park

Join us for a time of inspiration and training for Stable on the Strand 2014.

Come and meet the team, find out the latest news, join in the sausage sizzle, learn some new skills, and discover how you can be involved.

Everyone is welcome, so bring your family, bring your friends, bring your neighbours!

We would love you to sign-up for this session NOW! … click here … but if you need to, just turn up on the day!

 

THU 27 NOV : Stable on the Strand Prayer Meeting

7pm till 8pm at Mt Louisa House of Praise (upstairs)
Cnr Bayswater Rd & Mather St, Mt Louisa

The weekly Stable prayer meeting is on again this week. We would love you to join us to pray for Stable on the Strand and the City of Townsville.

To find out more contact Geoff Broekman on 0419 645 229.

 

FRI 28 NOV : Cake Cutting & Packaging

4:30pm – 7pm
Mt Louisa House of Praise

Cnr Bayswater Rd & Mather St, Mt Louisa

Help cut and package the Christmas Cakes which have been donated for Hospitality at Stable while enjoying the fellowship of other Stable volunteers.

Click to sign up online … or just show up on the day.

If you have a great cake cutting knife please bring it along.

A light dinner will be available to purchase as well as Cafe Coffees and Treats!

 

SAT 29 NOV : Testing & Tagging of Electrical Equipment

8am – 10am
Shed at rear of Mt Louisa House of Praise

Cnr Bayswater Rd & Mather St, Mt Louisa

Every piece of electrical equipment MUST be inspected, tested and tagged according to the Australian standard before being used on site.

If you have any tools or other electrical items you are planning to use at Stable during bump-in/out or the event and they do not have a current tag, please bring them to our Test & Tag Day.

Examples of items which may need testing & tagging: laptops, phone chargers, power tools, extension leads, power boards, kitchen appliances, spot lights, christmas lights … anything which plugs into a power circuit.

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