MCCC Glen Iris will be having a Good Friday Service at 10am on the 30th March.
Come as our Associate Pastor Charles Liao speaks about Jesus’ sacrifice in suffering and dying for us on the cross and his resurrection and what this means for us! There will also be food and light refreshments after the service so feel free to stay back and discuss what you’ve learned from the sermon.
We will be taking a break from Friday Night Bible Study from 30th March – 13th April.
Friday Night Bible Study will resume on the 13th April at 8pm.
Come along and invite your friends to MCCC’s first activity night of the year!
We’ll be kicking off at 6pm with 2 hours of badminton followed by dinner at a nearby restaurant after (around 8:30pm). Pickup time will be around 9:30pm.
What to bring:
– Badminton racket (we’ll try to bring some spares, but no guarantees)
– ~$20 for the courts + dinner
– Your mad badminton skills
– Friends (hopefully)
If you want to come, please hit “Going” on our Facebook event page and feel free to invite friends.
*** The event venue is subject to change depending on the availability of Monash’s courts. Updates will be posted on the Facebook event.
We will be taking a break from Friday Night Bible Study until the 23th March (so don’t make the mistake of coming on the 9th March!).
If this break brings upon you the sudden epiphany of not knowing what to do next Friday night, then make sure to check out our upcoming Badminton Night on the 16th March.
More details to come.
The first Youth and Young Adults (YYA) night of 2018 will begin next Friday on the 2nd February at 8pm. Join us for a night of worship, bible study and fellowship!
For more information, there will be an induction session after our regular Sunday Service on the 28th January.
This year we will be studying the Gospel of John which focuses on the major miracles performed by Jesus and his glorification through crucifixion. If you think you’d be interested in this book of the Bible, please do feel free to join us on Friday nights at 8pm. Both Christians and non-Christians are more than welcome to join.
There will also be a new change this year where we will be hosting some sort of activity (badminton, kBBQ, bowling, etc) on every 3rd Friday of each month so feel free invite some friends and chill with us.
I hope you’ve all enjoyed the recent Trivia night (what an amazing turnout!). It was nice to see people show their competitive side and also bond through sharing and prayer at the end!
YYA bible study and fellowship will be taking a 2 week break and returning on the 21st July. In the mean time, I hope you will all have a good rest and come back refreshed to learn more about the book of Isaiah!
While we won’t have YYA on Friday night this week, we will be having a Good Friday service at 10am at Glen Iris. Come as we remember Jesus’ sacrifice in suffering and dying for us on the cross, and celebrate what it (and His resurrection) means for us!
Don’t forget our planned events after the service! There’s the VCE outing and SOYA Good Friday lunch mentioned in previous posts. It will be a great time of fellowship!
It was great seeing so many people at badminton and discussing questions that were meaning-of-life deep and at times not so deep as well!
YYA Bible studies and fellowship is on break for 2 weeks with the school holidays and Easter weekend. There is an Easter service on Good Friday as well, so make sure to come!
Hope you continue having grace-filled conversations and God-filled devotions!
We’ll all be at the English Service Camp this Sunday, so don’t come to our English Service Chapel at the Summerhill Road location!
Instead, feel free to join us at the campsite! The address is Lyrebird Park, 510 Beenak Road, Yellingbo, VIC. Please come at 9:30am. If you want more details, contact Arnold Ho on 0412 361 228. Hope to see you there!
For more details on the camp, please check the 2017 camp post below.
With last Friday beginning our last block of bible studies for the year, this Friday, we’ll finish studying 1 John. Come join us as we delve into God’s word and encourage one another in fellowship!
As usual, the Bible study notes are up and so are the rosters.
On the 11th of November, we’ll have our Activity and Sharing night which will wrap up the year’s Bible studies as we head into a period of Christmas Celebration Night preparation in the remaining Fridays of the year. For the Sharing night, we encourage you to share something from this year’s Bible studies! Here are a couple of questions to help prompt what you can share:
Which bible passage do you like the best from bible study this year and why?
How did you apply the things we’ve learnt to overcome a difficult situation this year?
Don’t forget to come to the AGM on Sunday, or hand in your proxy form by Friday!