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Sunday morning - weekly worship engaging with the ancient faith and its radical heart of grace at 10 am followed by morning tea.

Wednesday- newsletter deadline, send to nucnewseditor@gmail.com

Wednesday and Friday - Op Shop sorting.  Come from 9-12 and help sort the treasure from the trash.  First picks and free morning tea, too.

Friday - Op Shop open from 4 30 to 6.

Saturday morning - Op Shop open from 9am til 12pm, Frilly's from 9:30 til 11:30am and the Mulch Pit Community Garden open indefinitely.


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Community Labyrinth Building Workshops

Friday June 2

& Saturday June 3

at Nightcliff Uniting Church, 21 Cummins Street.

Join us for a community-building workshop, creating a memorial labyrinth,
under the direction of Mark Healy, creator of over 100 labyrinths in Australia.

Friday’s workshop from 9am will include instruction on how to create and mark
out a labyrinth, cutting turf and digging out our edges.

Saturday’s Workshop from 7:30m will include finishing off the edging,
cutting and laying weedmat, cutting, laying and pegging aluminium flexi-link edging,
barrowing and shovelling sand and gravel, carrying stone.

There are also roles for volunteers to prepare food and hydrate the workers. 
Come for a couple of hours or the whole day! 
Bring garden work gloves, wheel barrow, sharpened shovel, water bottle, hat, sunscreen.

Participant numbers each day are limited so please RSVP to Lois Ramsay at ramsaypeter(at)bigpond(dot)com or phone 0431091273.   Let us know which workshop you will attend and your preferred time.

We look forward to a great few days together. 
Labyrinth Organising Group – Lois, Fiona, Lucy, Ian and Penny.



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