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Summer

Camp Warana 8th - 13th January 2018

Camp Warana

Every year in January, brethren from churches in Tasmania, mainland Australia and abroad gather for a week of spiritual & physical learning at a Family Camp north of Launceston, complete with campfire activities, sports carnival and volleyball tournaments, as well as Bible classes, quizzes & study. With over 20 years running, Camp Warana regulars keep coming back, and we'd love to see you there too!

38250 Tasman Hwy,
Targa, 7259

8th - 13th Jan 2018

Contact:
Glen Tattersall
0419 374 426

Autumn

Ross Picnic 12th March 2018

Ross Picnic

On Eight Hours Day in the Spring, we meet together at Ross, a heritage village in the middle of the island, for a day of singing, sharing in food, and games on the oval.

Ross Town Hall
12 Bridge Street
Ross, 7209

13th Mar 2017

Lectureship 3rd - 5th May 2018

Lectureship

Now in its 24th year, the Annual Eastern Shore Lectureship brings speakers both locally and abroad, having featured brethren from the US, South Africa, India & New Zealand, for a three-day in-depth series of tailored lectures across a particular theme.

The event is held at our building at 18 Carbeen St, Mornington, and is catered for both lunch & dinner.

For 2018, the theme is Defending Gender: Affirming God’s role for the sexes.

Please see below the attached Schedules and Manuscripts from recent Lectureships, available for free download.

Resources (PDF)

  • 2016 Lectureship Manuscripts: PDF
  • 2016 Lectureship Schedule: PDF
  • 2017 Lectureship Manuscripts: PDF
  • 2017 Lectureship Schedule: PDF

18 Carbeen Street
Mornington, 7018

3rd - 5th May 2018

Contact:
0439 210 392
·easternshorecoc@gmail.com

Winter

Spring

Springsing 25th November 2017

Springsing

Now in its fourth year, Springsing is an annual, multi-congregational effort to bring together as many voices as possible, to sing in a capella, four-part harmony in praise to God. Through the evening, multiple leaders engage both new and traditional melodies to tell a story from scripture through song.