Emmanuel Sunday School

Due to the current Coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic Sunday School and Worship at Emmanuel is currently not meeting face to face. We are instead keeping in touch with each other via other means.

During this time we are encouraging households to continue Worshiping together and doing Faith at Home in other ways. You can find resources (similar to what we would have been doing n Sunday School) to help you with this in the Dig in at Home and Sermons sections of our website and app. You can also keep connected with us via our Facebook page www.facebook.com/emmanueluca

Please let us know if there is any way that we can support you during this time. We look forward to meeting with our Sunday School community again face-to-face as soon as we can.

Sunday School runs during school terms within our 9:30am Sunday Service and provides a time where children can share in fun, faith, friendships and learn about Jesus.

Our leaders provide a range of varying experiences to help children draw closer to God through music, bible teaching, prayer, games and creative activities. All our leaders are screened and trained and will love your kids almost as much as you do.

All children aged 3 - 12 are welcome and meet as one group in the Church Hall. A range of activities including games, craft, challenges and small group time are provided to enhance age- and developmental- appropriate learning and connection for all.

Children start each service in the Church Auditorium with the congregation for songs, prayers, videos, communion and announcements and will move to the hall with their leaders when advised. In 2019 we will be Digging into Discipleship and follow the same readings and themes as Sunday Worship, learning more about the heart of God, and how to follow him.

To enhance child learning and discipleship, weekly Dig In @ Home materials are available under the devotions tab above, and we encourage you to connect with and talk about life and faith with your children during the week.

To ensure that we can provide the best care for children in Sunday School, we ask that the enrolment form be completed the first time you attend Sunday School in each year. This can be found attached here, and will be available electronically on Sunday Mornings.

We look forward to "digging in' with your family soon.

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Enoggera & District Eisteddfod

Due to the current Coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic we are delaying the issuing of the schedule and entry form until mid to late April. We hope that , by then, it will be more clear whether or not the Eisteddfod can proceed.

We normally send the schedules out mid March and everything is ready to go. History tells us that we receive almost all entries in the last two weeks of May, so we do not anticipate any difficulty because of this delay. Please continue to plan as you usually do in the hope that we can proceed.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter.

The Enoggera and District Eisteddfod has been an annual activity since its inception in 1960. It runs in August every year.

It provides an opportunity for young people up to 18 years of age to perform in front of an audience and to get feedback on their performance from highly qualified adjudicators in a friendly and safe environment.

Categories are

- PIANO

- VOCAL

- INSTRUMENTAL

- SPEECH AND DRAMA

The eisteddfod relies on volunteers and sponsors to remain viable and to keep entry fees as low as possible. If you can help in either way, please contact the secretary Laurel Muirhead.

Please email the secretary at eisteddfod@emmanueluca.org.au with any questions.

Stay tuned for Eisteddfod 2020 information.

Coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic.

Hello friends of Enoggera Eisteddfod,

I’m sure everyone is aware of the difficult circumstances we find ourselves in with regard to COVID-19. At this time, we have no idea how long the current restrictions on public gatherings will be in force.

With that in mind, we are delaying the issuing of the schedule and entry form until mid to late April. We hope that , by then, it will be more clear whether or not the Eisteddfod can proceed.

We normally send the schedules out mid March and everything is ready to go. History tells us that we receive almost all entries in the last two weeks of May, so we do not anticipate any difficulty because of this delay. Please continue to plan as you usually do in the hope that we can proceed.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter. If you do not wish to receive any more emails from the eisteddfod, please notify me by return.

Kind regards,

Laurel Muirhead (Secretary)

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