There’s HOPE beyond Depression!

If you know someone who has suffered with depression, may currently be struggling with depression or if you yourself may have battled with depression, this program is for you or for you to share!!

FREE Orientation on Sept 29 at 10 am and 7 pm (Find out if this program is right for you!)

8 week formal program will be held on Mondays at 10 am or 7 pm commencing Oct 6th and running for 8 consecutive weeks. It will be held at the Boolaroo Adventist Church hall.

To Register please call Bev on 0490 118 257.

Flyers available from foyerplease take to share!


The "Home Improvements: Building a life of love" seminar series will help participants identify mar-riage strengths and share skills that will assist you in growing your marriage. This 8 week seminar for married couples will be held on Thursday evenings from 7.00-8.30 pm commencing Oct 2. Spaces are limited and bookings essential. The cost is $60 for the full course. Call Kevin on 0417 339 736 to reserve your spot!

Discover the Secrets of:    (Please use the above two links to discover the secrets)

SOCIAL HEALTH                                            

Dr Dean Ornish, famous for demonstrating how heart disease can be reversed by lifestyle practices

such as a low fat plant-based diet and exercise, makes this surprising statement: “Our survival depends on the healing power

of love, intimacy, and relationships. I have found that perhaps the most powerful intervention is the healing power of love and

intimacy, and the emotional and spiritual transformation that often result from these.”



It is virtually impossible to separate brain health from body health. The human brain is the most complex structure ever

 investigated by science. It has 100 billion nerve cells (neurons), each of which can communicate with as many as 200,000 

other neurons. Stress, disease, alcohol and other toxins can kill neurons, but current data demonstrates that new neurons

can develop even in adult brains. Brains are built and changed through experience and environment. Thus nutrition, lifestyle,

and numerous everyday choices have a profound effect on how well our brains function and behave.