Rev Wendy Snook and Rosemary Kreun of Cranbourne Uniting Church along with Dianne Mitchell, Annie Loft, Carmel Perkins and Lorraine Jaques of Cranbourne Anglican Church in the last twelve months produced this triptych of banners to commemorate the ANZAC Centenary. The triptych was designed for the Cranbourne Branch of the RSL and will be presented to them at 2pm on September the 27th. All are welcome to attend this event.
The triptych measures approx 4m x 2m and consists of a colourwash background comprising of 4,888 2" squares. The left panel represents the dawn call to service, the middle panel the landing at ANZAC cove and the right panel ANZAC day at the Cranbourne Cenotaph. Wendy is the primary designer and I designed and attached the appliqué. Jeanette Clark of Patchwork Maze quilted the work.
On behalf of the Cranbourne RSL branch of the Dandenong-Cranbourne RSL Sub Branch and the Cranbourne Combined Quilters, you are invited to the presentation and dedication of the "1915 Gallipoli 2015" quilt triptych at 2pm on Sunday 27th September 2015, at Cranbourne RSL, 1475 South Gippsland Hwy, Cranbourne as part of the ANZAC Centenary celebration.
The event will be followed by afternoon tea.
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41 Lesdon Avenue, Cranbourne 3977
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Rev. Wendy Snook
Educated in Melbourne, Sydney, Bandung (indonesia) and Perth. Wendy commenced work as an exploration geologist and mineralogist during which she assisted in the discovery of the Argyle diamond mine.
Wendy is devoted to her husband Roy, her children, Joel and Kirsty and her extended family.
Ordained by the Uniting Church in Australia in 1986, Wendy has a wealth of experience. She has held Chaplaincy roles in various areas including hospitals, the Laverton gold mine, the first female Defence Force Chaplain in Australia and the RAAF Special Reserves.
Wendy has conducted congregational ministry within 7 congregations and held various Presbytery (regional) positions across the country before her arrival in Cranbourne.
She is passionate about preaching, new styles of worship for the 21st century, including multi-media, teaching preaching, mentoring others to develop their gifts for ministry and helping others to hear God for themselves.