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24th September 2023 (Year A – Pentecost 17) “Labourers in the Vineyard”

The ‘Upside Down Kingdom of God’ tells us something about ourselves and that our day to day way of operating, is not the same as the way God operates.

Greatness in his followers is about serving. Leaders are the servants of all and God’s Grace is there for everyone.


For the month of September, we generally include the Season of Creation, now celebrated worldwide and the brainchild of Normal Habel, a Lutheran minister based in South Australia. The Season of Creation is a time to renew our relationship with our Creator and all creation through celebration, conversion, and commitment together.

During the Season of Creation, we join our sisters and brothers in the ecumenical family in prayer and action for our common home in the All Age message. Norman Habel saw creation as deserving a season of its own to complement Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, Advent and Pentecost.  For more information, and ideas beyond simply liturgy and worship, see www.seasonofcreation.com and www.normanhabel.com.

Please note that Season of Creation is worldwide and we are all different – you may choose to adapt the material according to the insights and challenges pertinent to your local context.


In the Australian outback there are places that are awe inspiring, spectacular and mysterious.  From the largest Artesian basin, when the rains come, the largest river starting in Qld, flows right to the southern ocean in SA. Water is a precious commodity, we need to treat it with respect and see it as a gift from God.

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