SUNDAY 3 July
9.00 am Mass
Morning tea and discussion
Bp Richard led last month’s discussion session by talking about the sequence of the Holy Eucharist. He explained the use of the instruments on the altar, the candles and the jewels in the altar stone, the symbols of the seven rays and the spiritual symbology of the instruments of transformation – the chalice and the paten.
On 2 July the discussion will look in more detail at how the instruments play their part in the unfolding of the divine mystery.
Join us for a participatory workshop at St Michael’s Liberal Catholic Church
The Buddha and Jesus, Brothers in CompassionA comparative look at the sayings of these great teachers of humanity on the topics of
Tolerance and Love thy Neighbour
This will be an interactive workshop to reflect on the similarities and differences in the teachings of Jesus and the Buddha. Together we will
Sunday 24 July 2016, 1.30 pm – 4.30 pm, Afternoon tea will be provided, Suggested donation $5
Led by Bp Richard Taylor, a Bishop in the Liberal Catholic Church and Else Shepherd, both long term students of Buddhism.
St Michael’s and All Angels, 19 Kerr Avenue, Southport
RSVP to Else on 0411 179 934
You will be welcomed by a small but growing congregation. We celebrate the traditional Catholic rites in an atmosphere of open-mindedness.
Our hall can be hired for regular or one-off engagements.
Please call 0413 098 030 for details.
It is not part of the Roman Catholic Church .
The Liberal Catholic Church allows priests to be married. As all the clergy are required to make their own living, their church activities are purely voluntary.
We recognise that there are many paths towards finding an understanding of God and our place in the glories of creation, including insights from other religions.
1st Sunday of the month:
9.00 am - Eucharist followed by discussion
3rd Sunday of the month:
8.00 am - Meditation
8.45 am - Healing
9.00 am - Eucharist
5th Sunday of the month (where applicable):
9.00 am - Eucharist