November 18 2023, Beit HaMashiach Announcements


# Announcement Details/Script
1 Welcome Shabbat Shalom and welcome to the Beit HaMashiach community announcements. Thank you for joining us in person and online. If you are new here, we’d love you to introduce yourself to any of our leaders.
2 Mayim Chayim today, but not next Shabbat due to Simcha conference We invite you to our 2pm Mayim Chayim (Living Waters) service today, in person only. We will be seeking the Lord, with no agenda. Please note that Mayim Chayim will not be on next Saturday, due to our Simcha conference from 6pm Friday night to 12noon Sunday afternoon. Everyone is welcome to attend our 10: 30am Shabbat service as usual next week, but only those who have registered to come in person to the conference and who will therefore be wearing wristbands, will be able to attend the other sessions.
3 Zoom prayer mtgs for Israel back to Mon-Thurs Our Zoom prayer meetings for Israel are continuing at 8pm Monday to Thursday, using the same Zoom details, which can be requested at And for updates on the work our partners in Israel are doing to help those affected by the war, or to donate, please go to
4 Volunteers needed for Our final Tikkun Olam Packing & Delivering for this year, this time for Hanukkah, is on Thursday 30th November 2023, from 10am here in our Caulfield Messianic Centre. We need many volunteers, so for more information or if you can help, please see Gayle or call her on 0434 351 375, or contact Barry on 0425 826 938 or
5 Caring for our Community Congratulations to Sean and Nicole on the birth of their third child but first daughter, Asher Grace Sandilands, last Saturday night!
Isaac and Jarrah are enjoying being her big brothers. Happy birthday yesterday to Mila, today to Ivan, and this coming Thursday to Lemuel who turns 3. And happy birthday or wedding anniversary to anyone else celebrating this week.
6 Offering Finally, thank you for your ongoing support of Beit HaMashiach. We invite you to give your tithes and offerings through the BH website, or in person using the QR posters or the offering box at the back of the Sanctuary during the next song. Shabbat Shalom and Shavua Tov.