“I’m king of the world!” The Junior School chapel program on Friday 21st June started off with 3S presenting a well-rehearsed acrostic poem about obedience. The poem stated that we should respect and obey our parents (no matter the circumstance). It reminded us that we should listen too, and respect God’s word.
“God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them.” 1 John 4:16 was our weekly verse. The theme helped us to learn that we should live our lives to the fullest no matter what other people do or say.
The speaker was Mr Brown, who showed us a clip from Titanic and it opened with a man standing at the railing of the Titanic and yelling, “I’m the king of the world”! After the clip finished Mr. Brown told us about a holiday that he went on around Australia when he was a teenager and how he recreated the Titanic clip at a place called the Wall of China located at Ord River WA, because no one was around. It was a fantastic talk and it was good to know that God wants us to live our lives to the fullest.
By Ben A & Thomas T (6B) and Nourseen A & Avy L (6C)
On Friday 28th June, Ms Macalpine led the string ensemble in a special item, before the Year 3/4 Choir sang “Storm” followed by the Year 5/6 Choir which sang “Bella Mamma” and “When You Believe”. Our theme this fortnight is Caring & Compassion. We were visited by Miss Dotty who spoke about the importance of humility, the story of footwashing at the Last Supper, and how God wants us to serve others.