Posts by Good Tidings Editor (Page 27)

Posts by Good Tidings Editor (Page 27)

Funeral – Sr Patricia Southwell

Sr Patricia Emily Southwell passed away on Friday 7th December 2007. The funeral was held at Pine Grove Chapel & Lawn Cemetery Friday 14th December 2008 at 1:00pm. Patricia was born on the 1st April 1932. She was Sr Betty Brittain, Bro Merv Southwell & Gordon Southwell’s eldest sister.

Br P & Sr S Lausevic Arrive in Australia

  Welcome to Peter and Susan Lausevic, who finally made it to NSW Field from the USA in December 2007. They are being welcomed by Br Geoff McCutcheon (Field Conference President). Unfortunately Peter will not be spending his whole time working in NSW as he has divided responsibilities, he is also the General Conference 2nd Vice-President and as well will be running the Missionary Training Program at Schofields 3rd February – 31st May 2008 for students coming from all parts of…

New South Wales Sofala Camping Trip 2007

NSW Youth Department organized a Camping Weekend 28-30 September 2007. Here is some info about the place: “Nestling in the hills of the Turon River valley on the banks of the Turon River is Sofala, one of the most interesting and unusual of the old gold mining towns in New South Wales. A village with an authentic old world charm, Sofala can legitimately claim to be ‘Australia’s oldest surviving gold town’ as it developed on the back of Australia’s first…

New South Wales Field Conference 2007

NSW Conference 2006 Title: “Heart Surgery, Do you Consent” 6-8 June 2007. The pictures below are of the NSW youth project on Sunday afternoon. The project was to work together as a teams in preparing a gourmet meal for tea. They were divided into groups and each group picked a particular menu to make from scratch and to serve it to the parents and friends. One group was in charge of entrée, another for main meal and another for desert.…

Australasian Union Youth Convention – Western Australia 2006

23rd to 31st December, 2006 Sabbath 23rd December 2006 Everyone awoke early Sabbath morning to the peaceful sound of the gentle breeze blowing softly through the trees. After a short but inspirational worship, breakfast was served and everyone enjoyed the delicious food that was served up to them. Then visitors started arriving and everyone hurried to get ready to be on time for the Sabbath School. When everyone had settled themselves on rugs underneath the tall pine trees on the…

New Zealand Youth Camp 2006

WHATIPU – Mountains, beach, black sand, light house, caves, sand flies, no campfires, long drop, no door COLD shower, 5 adults and 9 young people. This was the setting of a long anticipated family camp, 3-5 November 2006. Friday – Five carloads of camping gear and very excited young people arrived and were soon engaged in the usual set up of camp. As soon as we opened Sabbath, we walked to the caves and used some lanterns, torches and citronella…

Wedding – R & T Hauptmann 2006

We said, “I do!” Sunday the 22nd October 2006 was the perfect day for our wedding. After an early morning start, I arrived at Schofields Church almost on time—just half an hour late! Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March” led me up the aisle to my dear, handsome groom. After a hymn and prayer, Br Matthias Thiel presented a short study on the responsibilities and joys of marriage. Br A C Sas then performed the legal ceremony where we exchanged our vows, solemnly…