Welcome to any visitors with us today. Please join us for morning tea.
The flowers in the church today have been donate by Ruth Champion in loving memory of her father, Eric Champion (Priest).
Congratulations to Geoff Lindsay who was awarded an AM this week for services to the law, and the legal profession. We are very proud that Geoff has been duly recognised.
|NEXT SUNDAY: 3pm — Luke’s Young Organists Series Recital
Winner of the Open Section of the 2022 Sydney Organ Competition, Samuel Giddy performs works by J S and C P E Bach, Byrd and Brahms on the rare 1883 Wordsworth & Maskell Pipe Organ at St Luke’s Anglican Church Enmore.
Seating unreserved — No booking required.
Entry, Programme & Refreshments: $ note donation.
Enquiries: Kathy Drummond/Brett Davies OrganatEnmore@gmail.com
Sunday 17th Sept — 40th Anniversary of Sydney MOW: Join us at CCSL for 10.30am service with female guest preacher. Followed by lunch with female guest speakers. RSVP date to be announced.
Weekly Intercessions for our Community:
Sunday: Christine Thurley, Troy and Family; Stuart Veitch, Jo Burton & Laurence; Janet Walmsley; Noël Waugh; and Ron & Katie Williams.
Monday: Janet Widmer & Cliff; Sally Woellner; and Victor Anyarisi.
Tuesday: Kay Younie, Natasha, Timothy and Jonathon.
Wednesday: Jennifer, Peter, Elise & Blake B.; and Fr Philip Bradford.
Thursday: Fr John Bowen & Joanne; and Tony Brownlow.
Friday: We pray for Fr John Bunyan’s pastoral care ministry at Bankstown Hospital and all those he ministers to.
Saturday: Almighty God, we pray for those in the Ukraine who are suffering following the devastating flood. We pray for healing and good medical care for those who have been injured. For those who have lost homes and possessions, please meet their daily needs for food, clean water and shelter and comfort those who mourn the loss of loved ones. And bless all who are helping those impacted. Amen.
Prayers for the sick: Margret Chiew; Noel Jeffs; Peter Seymour; David Dunlop; (Fr) John Bowen; Janet Walmsley; Tony Brownlow; Peter Brown; Barbara Raymond; Christine Kondratenko; Val Thomas; Kevin Tibbey; Simone Abrahams; Salochna Devi; Ruth Dodd; Robyn Palmer; Julie Ankers; Peta Loveday-Hill; Peter Crook; Catherine Loughman; Jonathan Harris; Wolfgang Haas; Chris Middleton; Ray Minniecon and Barry Pearton.
Anniversaries of the Departed: Eric Champion (Priest); Jack Gibson; Betty Borg; Margaret Dorrington; Harriet Murphy: Carol Selvarajah; Robert Ambler; Ronald Harrington; Darcy Dunn & Shirley Frankland.
Saints Commemoration: 22nd: Alban, first British martyr (d. c. 209); and 24th: Birth of John the Baptist.
Long Term Pastoral Prayer list: Pauline Newell; (Fr) John Hawkins; Robert & Lyndall Dubler; Andy Serafin; Florence Shellard; Ray Sommer; John Hardy; Lyn Carrington; John Dickson; Barbara & Jade Allen; Rhiannon Henry-Edwards; Marissa; Jude, Isla, Meg & Al Donnell; Kuwert; Rev Laurie MacIntyre; Kiki Chun; Raul of Radio Skidrow and his family; Andrew Stratgolda; Lochlan Lonesborough; Ann Jeffs; and Singla Pallav.
Readings for Next Sunday: Fourth Sunday After Pentecost
First Reading: Genesis 21.8–21 Psalm: 86.1–10, 16–17
Second Reading: Romans 6.7–11 Gospel: Matthew 10.24–39
Trinity Salute painting at St Luke’s Enmore
An event is being planned during the next few months to celebrate the Trinity Salute painting in the Church.
What is the painting about?
Please find attached links to Fr Jeff’s YouTube presentation about the painting, notes on the scriptural and artistic context of the work, information about the Guwiyang Trust which has loaned the work to the Parish (“Guwiyang” means “Fire” in the Eora language), and media reports about Peter Norman and the event at the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games depicted in the painting.
Please watch this space contact Brett with any enquiries.
- Art @ St Luke’s Enmore with Fr Jeff Parker(Youtube presentation);
- Miriam Cabello’sTrinity Salute: Notes on the scriptural and artistic context;
- Trinity Salute Flyer;
- Commentary on the Guwiyang Trust;
- “Every man is born equal: Peter Norman’s amazing legacy lives on” by Peter FitzSimons, The Sydney Morning Herald, 19 June 2020;
- “Australian Sport must raise Voice if it wants to stand on the right side of history” by Peter Fitzsimons, The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 May 2023;
- “As Australians grapple with racism, Olympian Peter Norman is someone who deserves a statue” by Van Badham, Guardian Australia, 18 June 2020; and
- Remembering Peter Norman: a speech made in 2012 to the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia by Dr Andrew Leigh, (now) Assistant Minister for Competition, Charities and Treasury, Assistant Minister for Employment.