Saturday 4 August 9am-3:30pm
St Peters Lutheran College Performing Arts Centre
When we see so much wrong in our world and in us, and all seems out of control, how do we keep going? Who and what do we hang on to? Is our only choice to just keep calm and carry on… hoping all will be OK?
Come to GROW 2018 and meet Jesus through the book of Habakkuk. Bewildered by so much that is wrong everywhere, Habakkuk cries to God in protest. God’s answer is unexpected, glorious, and personal. Habakkuk listened. Are we listening too?
ABOUT Jenny Baddeley
Jennie Baddeley is married to Mark who lectures at the Queensland Theological College. She studied at Moore College and now looks after her two sons while also serving on staff at Redlands Presbyterian Church. Jennie is looking forward to sharing the powerful relevance of Habakkuk to us as we live for Christ in our world.
ABOUT Keiyeng Nation
Keiyeng Nation studied at Sydney Missionary and Bible College and served alongside her husband Steve at 5:17 Church, St Lucia before moving to St Matthews Anglican Church in Canberra with their 3 kids. Her time at Bible college was deeply formative and healing in the midst of some very rough years of burnout and illness. She looks forward to encountering the majesty of the awesome God of Habakkuk with us at GROW.
Prices include morning tea and lunch.
If you have specific dietary needs, please indicate on your registration.
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(GST included in price)
(5 or more)
(pensioners & full time students)
LATE RATE APPLIES AFTER JULY 21st: $62
REGISTRATIONS CLOSE AUGUST 1.
Registrations for 2018 are now open. Click here to register
Please note – Group Bookings are for 5 or more attendees.
Registration also possible via phone – (07) 3088 3036
ST PETERS LUTHERAN COLLEGE PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE
We are pleased to announce that GROW 2018 will be held at St Peters Lutheran College Performing Arts Centre.
Refer to these maps of the campus to view entrances, parking options, and location of GROW registrations:
GETTING THERE BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
The closest public transport for arrival on Saturdays is the INDOOROOPILLY TRAIN STATION. Walk 1.1km (10-15 minute walk) from Indooroopilly Station to St Peter’s College, no hills. Please check Translink or your timetable for the SPRINGFIELD or IPSWICH LINES:
SPRINGFIELD LINE arriving at Indooroopilly train station
Trains departing North side/ City arrive at 7:57am
City bound trains arrive at 8:06am
IPSWICH LINE arriving at Indooroopilly train station
Trains departing North side/ City arrive at 8:12 am
City bound IPSWICH line arrives at 7:51am
BUSES to Indooroopilly Shopping Centre
If you prefer to travel by bus, the nearest bus stop to St Peter’s before 9am is the Indooroopilly Shopping Centre Bus Stop. It is a 1.4km walk to St Peters, approx. 18 mins. Please check Translink or your bus timetable.
Buses arriving at Indooroopilly Shopping town in time are:
444 bus, departing from the CULTURAL CENTRE (near South Bank) at 7:55am to arrive at 8:17am
598 bus, departing from BROOKSIDE/ MITCHELTON (Great Circle Line) at 7:36am to arrive at 8:12am
599 bus (GREAT CIRCLE LINE clockwise), departing from TROUGHTON RD, SUNNYBANK at 7:43am to arrive at 8:10am (Indooroopilly Station)
GETTING THERE BY CAR
The address is 66 Harts Road Indooroopilly, however parking can be accessed from a number of entrances. Lambert Road, Lohe Road, Harts Road and Indooroopilly Road can all be used.
Parking is free, however it is scattered throughout the school campus.
Please plan to arrive EARLY so that you have time to find a park, either along one of the council roads inside the campus, or in one of the designated parking areas.
There are a limited number of MOBILITY ACCESS spaces available next to the Performing Arts Centre. Please leave these spaces free for those who most need them. If you will require one of these spaces, please indicate during the registration process.
NURSING MOTHERS & PRAM ACCESS
There will be a separate room available for mums & bubs, if you wish use this. The talks will be streamed, so you won’t miss out! Or you can take your baby into the auditorium in your arms.
There is pram access to the venue, however prams will be unable to enter the main auditorium for safety reasons.
The venue has wheelchair access, including internal lifts.
If you have any questions about the conference or would like to register by phone, please contact:
(07) 3088 3036
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive flyers for your group.