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38 Bendooley Street Bowral Sunday Services: Auditorium 9:30am & 5:30pm, Traditional 8am, 9:30am and 4pm.
We have many Small Groups for Women at St Jude’s that meet regularly, some mixed with men, others just women, still others with and without kids, during the day and in the evening to suit a range of needs in our church community. Our weekly open Women’s Bible Study is a good place to start, or have a look at our small groups page to find a group that would suit you. You can also contact the office for more information about a group that suits your needs.
Each Wednesday between 10am and 12 noon we meet by the open fire in the church foyer for bible study, friendship and prayer. Women of all ages and stages in their walk with Jesus attend this group from university students to retirees. For women with children they can attend while their young children are cared for in a crèche. We meet for morning tea at 10am and start bible study at 10.30am.
Fran Mulquiney via the church office .
MU Australia is part of the World Wide Mothers’ Union. www.musydney.org.au MU is a worldwide society within the Anglican Church whose aim is the advancement of the Christian religion in the sphere of marriage and family life. Mothers’ union began in Great Britain by Mary Sumner in 1876 and now has 3.7 million members around the world.
Within St Jude’s parish MU members actively support the wider ministry of our parish through bible studies, visiting speakers, and effective outreach activities; mentoring the young mothers attending Cubbyhouse, providing crèche for a young women’s study group, compassionate ministry to grieving families by providing refreshments following funerals.
MU Bowral Branch meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month in the church hall. We have fellowship and morning tea from 10.00 am, meeting commencing at 10.30 am. Members and visitors enjoy bible study or a guest speaker and devotional activities together. Meetings conclude at 12 noon.
The PURPOSE of the Mothers’ union is to be especially concerned with all that strengthens and preserves marriage and Christian family life. Its AIM is the advancement of the Christian religion in the sphere of marriage and family life.
Its FIVE OBJECTIVES are:
Margaret McMahon – Mothers’ Union President
Phone: 4861 2639
(KYB) is part of the work of Christian Women Communicating International (CWCI). CWCI is a worldwide, interdenominational, evangelical women’s ministry which began in Australia in 1957 and is known for its dynamic Bible teaching and relevance to life issues in the 21st century.
CWCI Australia is also responsible for Know Your Bible (KYB) in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. http://www.cwciaus.org.au/
KYB studies are designed to help women through personal study and group sharing to know God’s Word and its message for today.” Meetings are held at 7.45 p.m. every Tuesday, except school holidays.
Phone: 02 4861 2728 or