NEWS & EVENTS

Two Play Strings Performing on 27 June @ Glenrock Anglican

Community Trivia Night

A great time was had by all at the Trivia Night on Friday 11th June.  Peter Eyre our Master of Games did an amazing job running the event.  The winning table ‘Dudley Dunces’ were very pleased to receive their prizes from Scott Evans, Chair of Kahibah Village Alliance and local Postmaster.

Soul Food Launch

On 23 May we launched our first Soul Food gathering.  Soul Food is a space for all ages to explore life, spirituality and community.                     Soul Food will be held at 4pm on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month.

Grief and Loss Workshop Series

On 21 May we held our third Grief and Loss Workshop facilitated by Mandy Cox.   At this workshop we look at the relationship between grief and spirituality.  Our next workshop will be held in July and will focus on second half of life issues.

Glenrock Anglican Returns to Kahibah

On 31 January we returned to our base at St. Martin’s Kahibah after many months away.    The building has undergone extensive renovations and has been transformed into a contemporary community space.   We look forward to launching a range of new initiatives and community gatherings with our community partners in 2021.

Kahibah Village Christmas Party

In December around 300 residents of Kahibah and visitors from further afield gathered on Sunday afternoon for the first Kahibah Christmas Party.   The party was held at St.Martin’s Kahibah, hosted by the Charlestown Anglican in partnership with the Kahibah Community/Business Alliance.

The pleasant weather made it a relaxed afternoon with visits by life-size puppets courtesy of John D Puppets, a local Fire and Rescue vehicle, Mr Slushi, as well as a generous afternoon tea and the ubiquitous Sausage Sizzle.  Special guests include Jodi Harrison Member for Charlestown, Pat Conroy, MP for Shortland and Newcastle Anglican Bishop Peter.  Keyboards Wizz, Robert Joyce kept spirits with familiar Christmas songs and a set of Christmas Carols provided by the GAPS Kinship Carer’s Choir.

“It was great afternoon and we were all delighted with the large turn up,” commented Tracey. “Several people came up to me and said how good it was to get to know their neighbours and hoped there would be more opportunities to build community in Kahibah.