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Christian Meditation 

Christian Meditation is practised here at St Kevin’s Parish every Wednesday morning @ 9.30am.

 
During this era of restrictions, we are not physically gathering to meditate, rather our Co-Ordinator,
Lydia Dyhin, has ensured continuation of our sessions via “zoom”.
 
All are welcome to join in. Simply contact Lydia on 0411 191 485 or via email on lydia@calmalifestyle.com.au
 
Another alternative is through WCCMA (The World Community for Christian Meditation Australia) which has a fantastic resource of online meditation sessions you can join in with. Please take a look using this link: WCCMA online meditation sessions
 

“Christian meditation is a form of contemplative prayer in which a structured attempt is made to become aware of and reflect upon the revelations of God.” Wikipedia

Knitting & Crochet Group
 
Cancelled until further notice at the Church.
But…. you can still knit/crochet from home!
 
A year round project, knit from home and drop into the Parish house when the time is right!
Donations of wool, Knitting needles, crochet hooks and sewing needles are always very appreciated.
 
For more information contact the Parish House on 9850 5983 or email templestowe@cam.org.au
 
ALL TGI’S CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE 
Youth: Grades 5-8 Monthly
Third Saturday 6.45-8.45pm
 
Teens: Grade 8-12 Monthly
Second Sunday 4.30-7.30pm
 
St Kevin’s Templestowe “TGI’s (Thank God’s It’s) Youth Group.
 
During School terms, St Kevin’s Parish hosts a monthly social evening held in our Gathering Space here at St Kevin’s Parish for our school aged youth. Each event is run by our Youth Minister and parish volunteers for an evening of food, activities and social interaction.
 
For our Youth in grades 5 through to grade 8, the evening is filled with games and fun held every third Saturday evening after mass (6.45-8.45pm)
 
For our older kids we have TGI’s Teens for Grades 8-12. The Teens meet monthly on the second Sunday from 4.30-7.30pm for fun social activities and outreach opportunities.
 
We ask for a small donation of $5 per attendee towards catering and expenses.
For more information please email tgiyg17@gmail.com or visit our TGI’s page on this website during school term. 
 

          Food Bank                   

St Charles Borromeo Primary Catholic School proudly extends their food bank for our Parishioners in need.

If you know of anyone who requires a pre-cooked & prepared home cooked meal due to sickness, hospitalisation, or hardships of any kind, please contact the Parish House on 9850 5983.

Interchange Outer East – supporting children and young people with disabilities and their families, living in Melbourne’s outer east.

Every 2nd Thursday morning each month during school term for their ‘Carer Support Groups‘. 

Interchange Outer East – Carer Support Groups welcome parents and carers of a child or young adult with a disability to a variety of social and educational events throughout the year. Newcomers are welcome at any time!

To discover more visit http://www.ioe.org.au/members/program-information/

Find out what’s happening in the Good Samaritan community and beyond. Keep track of events in our Good Samaritan and Church calendars, as well as activities in the broader community of relevance to our faith life.

Please visit our website and perhaps subscribe to our e-newsletter to read more.

 

 
 

Gentle Hands are going through COVID-19 in even more difficult circumstances than we can imagine.

 

Gentle Hands is a very special charity St Kevin’s endorses.

Charity Graff and her staff are among the most dedicated people 
towards the abandoned and abused children of the Philippines. An orphanage that has been running since 1993. With love and faith, Gentle Hands gives children hope, a safe place and possible future.
 
Please read their latest message and visit their website if you can help or donate.
 

‘Surely there is someone’

He was a foundling. 
Found on the streets as a small boy. 
No information. No memories. No identification.
His name and birthday were given…. By us. 
 He sits in my home class, right in front. With a smile. 
He is always the first to greet me. Always.
His hair neatly combed, his contact lenses in and his hearing aid on. 
He listens intently, sometimes tilting his head a little so he can hear better
 

August 2020 reflection 

Visit this link to see how you can help GentleHands and help make a difference in the lives of these vulnerable children. 

 
 

 

End poverty, Promote justice, Uphold dignity   Please visit  http://www.caritas.org.au