Networking Magazine October 2014

In this month’s Networking, Chief Executive Officer Dean Phelan talks about the opening of the new Mackay Men’s Shed, and looks at mental health and how Churches of Christ in Queensland are making a real difference to the mental health of many thousands of people every week. Dean also gives an overview of the Strategic Plan 2010-14 Report Card which will be presented at November’s Annual General Meeting and talks about the challenges Churches of Christ in Queensland faces in the next three to five years.

As always, Networking is full of stories from across our churches and mission and care services, including a review of our child protection week activities, a round up of the Connect 2014 Dinner, recognition for two outstanding retirement living managers, Nubeena Retirement Village’s awarding winning gardens, a brief history of Church of Christ in Toowoomba, and 1,000 customers find refuge at The Well.

Networking also delves into mental health, the facts and how you can help someone you know who is struggling.

Don’t forget, Celebrate 2014 is fast approaching and features the Centrifuge Conference, Annual General Meeting and Awards Dinner, and will be held at Brisbane City Hall on Friday 7 and Saturday 8 November.

Copies of Networking will be sent to all churches and services in the next few days.

We hope you enjoy this edition of Networking.

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