Two years after merging our two Parishes our Broughton Rd site was closed on Advent Sunday, November 29th 2009. The church, which was originally St Theodore's Wattle Park, was closed with a large congregation present including some of those who were involved in the first discussion about planting a new Church of England Parish here in 1949. Although the Church building has closed, the ministry that was established then will continue in its new guise of St Thomas' Burwood.
If you would like to see the powerpoint of photos from the past 60 years you'll find them here (but please note this is a 13MB file)
See our Photo Album for photos of the event.
All of our services will be held at 44 Station St from now on.
We're into Ocsober already - for those who don't know about it, Ocsober is a fundraising campaign by Life Education Victoria aimed at raising funds to help with drug and alcohol education of young people. Team members agree to cut out alcohol for the whole month.
St Thomas' has a team and you can join or sponsor someone by going to our fundraising page: http://www.everydayhero.com.au/stthomas and click on Join this team or Donate Now.You'll need to contact Chris Appleby to get the password if you want to join the team.
Saturday 24 October 2009
roll up any time from 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm
· Eat a delicious Indian dinner to raise money for the overseas aid projects of TEAR Fund.
· Learn about TEAR and how your money will help.
Cost: $20 - adults
$12 - youth / concessions
$50 - families (children < 12 years)
107 Broughton Road Surrey Hills 3127 map
Enquiries/bookings: Ruth - 0408 345 136
Yvonne - 9808 8583
Book by: Sunday 18 October
This JUST TUCKER is a project of St Thomas' Burwood Anglican Church.
Our Garage Sale on Oct 17 was a great success with lots of people coming through to pick up a bargain - and there were a few bargains to be had!
The St Thomas' team worked very well before, during and after the event to raise a good sum towards our annual budget. Here are a few photos from the day.
Plants kindly donated by Scotsburn Nursery in Keysborough
Gordon & Bill cooked up a storm on the BBQ