Surplus Brainstorm Update

As part of the budget presentation at the ‘Towards 2022’ event at the start of Term 4, we asked tables to brainstorm ideas of how to spend some expected surplus funds.  We find ourselves with a surplus because we have been very fortunate to receive rental income from 4Cyte Pathology,

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October Finance Report

Below is the Finance Report for October 2021.  The Cash Flow graph represents our ‘Cash at Bank’ at the end of each month.  ‘Cash at Bank’ refers to all our bank accounts, but not our Capital Funds or Special Projects Account.  The second graph shows the gap between budgeted and actual giving

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Fabinrose (AJ’s Sports Centre)

Each year in our budget, we are blessed to have a line item in the income section called ‘Fabinrose Distributions’. I often get questions about what that is. Fabinrose is the name of the trust that was established in the early 90s to operate AJ’s Sports Centre at Algester. The

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Celebration Sunday

Don’t forget this Sunday is Celebration Sunday at Living Church. The service will look a bit different as we celebrate the things God is doing in and through his community at Living Church. Come prepared with a pen or pencils to make the most of the interactive handout this week.And hang around

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2022 Budget

Last night, we met as a church to discuss the proposed budget for 2022, as well as brainstorm ideas for how to spend some surplus savings we have. Attached you will find a copy of the Budget Paper that was presented. Please use the coming weeks to read, reflect and

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Young and Financially Fit

On 5 Wednesday nights across Term 3, the Young Adults Growth Group were presented with a course developed by Wealth with Purpose that worked through ways of thinking about and managing money, in a way that brings glory to God. There were 5 modules – God and money, Foundations 1

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August Finance Report

Below is the Finance Report for August 2021.  The Cash Flow graph represents our ‘Cash at Bank’ at the end of each month.  ‘Cash at Bank’ refers to all our bank accounts, but not our Capital Funds or Special Projects Account.  The second graph shows the gap between budgeted and actual giving

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