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The Nepean River flows in Sydney's west. That is where you can find many Finnish people. The Nepean Guild gathers them on a regular basis to spend good times together. There are also Finns living around Lake Illawarra. The Illawarra Guild is a nice meeting place that gathers in Dapto Ribbonwood Centre once a month. Central Coast is a home for a couple dozen Finns as well and there are home gatherings in Gosford or Woy Woy each month.
Palvelupiste (service point)
Palvelupiste carries the responsibility of diaconal work among Finnish-speaking people in Sydney. It is a place especially for the elderly and those who have free time during the day. Palvelupiste gathers Finns in St Paul’s Church, Darlinghurst, on Wednesdays and Fridays (excluding wintertime). Palvelupiste is a place where you can meet other people, have a chat around coffee, hear news from Finland and sing together.
Movie nights happen a couple of times per year. It’s always fun to come together to see an interesting movie along with good company and Finnish delicacies. It is a good way to support the mission of the congregation too!
Sydney’s Sisters Saturday
Sydney’s Sisters Saturday is a happening especially for the Finnish-speaking ladies in Sydney. It occurs twice a year and there is usually a visiting speaker. There is also soup for lunch, Finnish books to trade and lots of happy talk.
Muskari is a music playgroup that suits people of all ages. We gather in St Paul’s Church, Darlinghurst, to sing both traditional and contemporary Finnish songs and carols.
There is also a choir in the congregation. Choir gathers about once a month in Bass Hill or in the city.