From the Team
We live in a time when people are speaking in public more than they have ever spoken in public before because of social media. Everybody is speaking in public but we don’t know very well how to do that and proverbs can help with that.
– Andrew Errington
We are very excited for St Matthew’s 2019 Weekend Away. This year we are privileged to be hearing from Dr Andrew Errington and the book of Proverbs on how we can walk in wisdom. The weekend will also give us a chance to build community amongst our church, pray together, connect with new people and enjoy a time to get away and spend intentional time in God’s word. There will night activities and free time to spend with our church family.
Andrew will be speaking on the topic of ‘Walking in Wisdom’. He hopes to introduce us to the vision of the world that the book of proverbs shows us. Proverbs says that “The Lord by wisdom founded the earth” (Prov 3:19). What does that mean? And what does that mean for the way we think about the world. And how does that connect with our lives? Over the weekend, Andrew will show us how these questions lead us in profound ways to both Jesus and practical ways for how we are to live our lives.
Getting to know each other
Going deeper into Proverbs
Connecting with new people
Frequently Asked Questions
If I come on Saturday, what time should I arrive?
Is there a kids program/creche available?
Is there camping available onsite?
What if I have special accomodation requirements?
The standard arrangement for accomodation is dorms with bunks but there are other options for those who need. If you have special requirements, get in touch with the office or Lai Chiu and we will see if we can help.
Am I able to customise what meals are included in my package?
Unfortunately not. It is too difficult to manage individual variances from the packages that have been offered. We have tried to offer a wide variety of packages to suit people’s needs and you’ll need to select from them.
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