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Archive for August, 2017

Thought For The Week 27 August

Whatever your political persuasion is there can be little doubt that this election season suddenly became very interesting with the resignation of various leaders. National looked like they were sleep walking into this election but have been jolted awake by the “Jacinda effect”; the Greens  mis-calculated the effect their co-leader’s discloser of benefit and election […]

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Thought Fot The Week 20th August

On the good news front this week, it is encouraging to see work progressing on our buildings.  The painters have been at work at Trinity Hall, and the insulation has been going in at St Stephens.  The new chairs for St Stephens have arrived in the  country.        As I write this we […]

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LINK Aug/Sept 2017

Editorial Well, it has been a busy winter!  From heavy rain and floods to holiday programmes and baptisms, we have certainly been kept on our toes.  In positive news, we had a wonderful turn out for the Landlubbers holiday programme.  It was also lovely to celebrate a dedication for Lilley Fulton, and the baptism of […]

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Thought For The Week 13 August

As I write this, the work on the Trinity hall is coming to completion. The roof is still to be painted once the weather warms up but the leaks have been fixed, new electrical wiring throughout the building, fresh paint outside and new lights mean this facility is ready to serve the mission of God […]

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Thought For The Week Aug 6

— This morning I was talking about the Good Samaritan with my Bible in Schools class.  This well loved story hinges on the greatest commandment: ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’; and, ‘Love your  neighbour as yourself.’” The […]

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Thought For The Week July 30

Sad endings and new beginnings are very much to the forefront of our prayers for our church family this week. We remember and celebrate the lives of three special people who have been part of the parish who have passed away during the last week. Margaret, Rhonda and Margaret will leave a huge gap in […]

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