Month: November 2020


Weekly Reflection by Rev Mel

This week we celebrate the Reign of Christ as the final act in our liturgical calendar. Next week we begin again as we enter into a season of hopeful anticipation and waiting in the Advent Season. But first, we rejoice that Christ is King of all Creation.   The feast of Christ the King was instituted […]


Weekly Reflection From Rev Mel

”and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?” Micah 6:8 Last night I had the privilege of attending a dinner for the outgoing CEO of Wesley Mission Queensland, Geoff Batkin.  As the night rolled on and people shared stories of […]


Weekly Reflection from Rev Mel

There is song that is sung in Taize worship that says the following, “Keep me God, for I trust in you. You show me the path of life. With you there is fullness of joy.” It is a chant that is sung over and over again, each round of chorus allowing the words to sink more deeply into the soul.