Weekly Notices 3 February 2019
Mission Project: The Bucket Mission held today is raising money for The Leprosy Mission.
Afternoon Communion: Unfortunately Has been cancelled for today at 2pm. There is still work being completed in the Church.
Children & Youth Starting Dates:
Girls Brigade Tuesday 5 February
Rhythm Kids—Tuesday 12 February
Presbyterian Women Evening Group are having dessert and coffee and also a show and tell evening on 12 February at 7.30pm. All most welcome. Please ring Linda 027 688 9170.
EQ Memorial Organ Concert: Dr Brett McKern from Sydney/ Sunday 10 February—2.30pm. Sacred Heart Basilica, Timaru. Free entry—donations towards expenses appreciated.
Eduard Klassen, offering a free concert in your area. Eduard is a visiting musician, He plays traditional hymns and songs and shares his story of growing up in the jungle of Paraguay. The concert is on: Monday Feb. 11, 2019, 7:00 p.m. St. John’s Anglican Church, 125 Wai-Iti Rd, Highfield, Timaru.
Deadline for February/March LINK: Please email to: email@example.com or drop copy in to the Church Office by Friday 15 February
Need personal prayer? Contact one of the TPP Prayer Chain Branches: Rosalie 684 5878, or Heather 684 3847, or Marj 684 4953. All requests confidential.
Bookings of Rooms in Both Complexes: Please remember to check with the Office and book in your group before you advertise it. This prevent double bookings. Phone 686 0981.
Good Companions: Meet at St Stephens on 14 February at 2pm. Michael Wilkinson will be talking about his teaching years at Timaru College & Mt View High School.
Keep up to date with the latest information on our website: www.timarupres.org.nz
The Word for Today: The Feb/March/April edition is on the table in the foyer. Please pick up a copy.
Eatwell Fruit & Vege Co-op: Market-fresh fruit & vegetables. Packs $15 or $8. Text or phone 022 123 3663 or Facebook: facebook.com/Eatwell Timaru & message to order, for a pack each Thursday for pick up on the following Tuesday. Thank you.
Changes of Address etc: Please advise the church office of any changes. Thank you.
Mission Group Update:
- Family Works: We have had advice from Family Works regarding the Food Bank, and they are fairly well stocked with breakfast cereals at present but are in need of such things as spreads and jams to have on bread or toast.
- Buy & Supply News: The funds raised on our two Buy and Supply tables this month will go to Family Support ( formerly Birthright ) for help with prescription costs, and also essential health items such as cough mixture. Over the December/January period $84 was raised and this has been forwarded to Family Works for help with school uniforms. Please support the Mission Group’s worthwhile initiative by buying, supplying or both!
Access to St Stephens: If you need a key to access the St Stephens complex, please contact one of our Parish Council members who will have a key for you to borrow. Phone numbers in the Information Manual on the table in the Foyer, or you can arrange to borrow a key from the Office, Tuesday to Friday 9am to 3pm.
Half way through the financial year. Expected income $155534 vs actual income of $160221 so $4687 ahead. We are a little behind in anticipated giving and fundraising but a little ahead on interest and property receipts (a reflection of increased usage of buildings by various groups). Expenditure is tracking pretty close to expected ($180430 vs $180552) so currently tracking better than what we were expecting. However we have a couple of unexpected repairs to fund in the next quarter so anticipate a deterioration in financial position at next report.