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Adventist Schools Victoria – Combined Schools Day of Worship 2012: Secondary

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Get Connected, Stay Connected!

I asked about a week ago that readers stay tuned for the slideshow from the Adventist Schools Victoria Secondary Combined Schools Worship Day. Here it is! (Thank you to Ormond for the photos, and perhaps another anonymous photographer too!)

The event was held at Nunawading Christian College on Friday August 17 with students from Years 7 to 12 taking part. The theme was GET CONNECTED!

The schools’ chaplains coordinated the program. Once again, a big thank you to them for the time they put in to planning and bringing all the components of the morning together.

Supported by teachers as well as the chaplains, students from each school lead out in aspects of the program, including the welcome to attendees, leading in prayer, singing in worship and providing music, along with presenting inspirational drama and choral items.

A big thank you as well to the teachers and students. You were inspiring!

The speaker Pr Mau Tuaoi, Senior Chaplain at Gilson College, emphasised the importance of getting, and staying connected to God.  As happened in the primary program, at the end each student was also presented with a reminder of the day – a carabiner engraved with the words, GET CONNECTED.

In addition to the worship time, students and staff had the opportunity afterwards to share lunch and a social time together.

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Author: Sandra England

Learning & Teaching Coordinator F-12 at Gilson College, an Adventist Schools Victoria school. Twitter: @GCLandT or @sandy_e

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