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Worship Duty Roster

College Road    Worship site Bible & Vestry Elder: Nona Johnston Bible Reader:  Judith Begg Prayers for others:  N/A Data:  Max  Muldrew Sound:  Dawn Ussher Door: Jack Johnston, Michael Wilkinson & Anne Knipe Morning Tea:  Sandra Hetherington, Owen Stephens & Pat Smith Flowers:  Nona Johnston Wai—iti Road     Worship site  Elder on Duty:   Murray Facer Sound:  Neville Walker […]

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Weekly Notices 16 December 2018

Memorial Service: A wee reminder that this Service is at 2.30pm today in the Chapel here at Trinity. Celtic Service: This service at 7pm tonight in the Chapel has been cancelled. Does anyone know of any decendants of the following people who attended St Paul’s Church?: E A Chisholm J M Brown M E Scott […]

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Thought For The Week 16 December 2018

This week we count down the Advent Candle of “Joy”. Joy is a curious thing.  It is not the same as simple happiness. Happiness comes and goes with our circumstances. Joy is a deep well that sustains us in the hard times. Happiness comes and goes in a moment. Joy has a deep, slow rhythm that […]

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Worship Duty Roster 16 December 2018

College Road Worship site  Bible & Vestry Elder: Juliet Crawford Bible Reader:  Noel Crawford Prayers for others:  Mollie Thomson Data:  Neil McKinnon Sound:  Hermann Frank Door:  June & Berry Mitchell & Marj Farquharson Morning Tea:  Helen Dawkins & Pat Smith & Lynn Kirkland Flowers: Barbara Scott Wai—iti Road Worship site Elder on Duty:   Murray Facer Sound:  David […]

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Weekly Notices 9 December 2018

Mission Project:  The Retiring Offering and the Bucket Mission last week raised $ 274  for Local Refugees.  Thank you to all of you  who donated. Access to St Stephens Complex:  While the builders are doing the alterations to the foyer, access to the church, hall and lounge is through the outside office door, following the directions and […]

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Thought For The Week 9 December 2018

Welcome to our services today on this second Sunday in Advent, which focuses on the peace of God.  Advent is all about waiting; we are waiting for Christmas day and the joyous proclamation that Jesus is born and he is Emmanuel- God with us.  Jesus also spoke of his return at some undetermined time in […]

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Worship Duty Roster 9 December 2019

College Road     Worship site  Bible & Vestry Elder: Ken Linscott Bible Reader:  Margaret Littler Prayers for others:  Margaret Hughes Data:  Susanne Blissett Sound:  David Draffin Door:  Wensley Ashwell, Aileen Stewart & Fiona Blissett Morning Tea:  Anne Miles, Dianne McKay,  Tui Walsh & Rose Macaulay Flowers:  Ethel Elliotte Wai—iti Road     Worship site  Elder on Duty:   Jim Pearce Sound:  […]

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Weekly Notices 2 December 2018

Mission Project:  The Retiring Offering and the Bucket Mission this morning, will be for Local Refugees. Access to St Stephens Complex:  While the builders are doing the alterations to the foyer, access to the church, hall and lounge is through the outside office door, following the directions and arrows.  Please stay out of the building site […]

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Thought For The Week 2 December 2019

It’s the hope that kills you, so they say, but they’re wrong. Hope is that rarest of commodities in our fast-paced, rapid-growth, self-absorbed world.  Hope is that simple thing, hard to measure and harder to define that allows us to see beyond our current circumstances and into a future where we might be free. Hope […]

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Worship Duty Roster 2 December 2018

College Road     Worship site Bible & Vestry Elder: Margaret Littler Bible Reader:  Michael Wilkinson Prayers for others:  Max Muldrew Data:  Derek Hughes Sound:  David Draffin Door:  Indi Jeevartanam, Jim Garden &  Elisabeth Demmer Morning Tea:  Sandra Hetherington,  Pat Cartwright & Tonia Lee Flowers:  Joy Elliott Wai—iti Road     Worship site  Elder on Duty:   Jim Pearce Sound:  Neville Walker […]

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