Weekly notices 19 May 2019
Celtic Service Tonight : Unfortunately has been cancelled.
College Road duty Roster : We still require more folk to volunteer for Morning Tea duties please. Please ph Mollie 688 3355 or Office 686 0981
Wai-iti Road Duty Roster: We needing some more people to be on the roster for Readings, Prayers or flowers. Contact the office if you are able to help, phone 686 0981.
Mission Group : advise that today is the cut off day for the first collection of knitted goods to be delivered to Hanan and Kowhai Kindergartens.
Please keep knitting, if you can, as there will be another delivery to these kindys towards the end of Term 2, which is late June. Wool and patterns are still available in the foyers of Trinity and St Stephens. A huge thanks to our wonderful knitters, your efforts are truly appreciated.
Buy and Supply :will continue until the end of May. These proceeds will be to defray expenses when members of the Eat Well team provide fruit and vegetables for the Kindergarten cooking. This term we will begin a cooking session at Hanan as well as Kowhai Kindergarten.
Calling all keen sewers !!! Some weeks there are barely enough cloth bags to pack the Eat Well produce into. We have donated fabric and measurements to give you. If you are interested please contact Joy phone 686 1656, for more information.
Girls Brigade: If you have been involved in Girls Brigade in the past, you are invited to the Timaru Girls Brigade 80th celebration. Saturday 8 June, 2pm at Trinity Hall. RSVP to Fiona on 021 170 2930 or email email@example.com
* The Word for Today
* Word for You Today (Youth Edition) and
* Our Daily Bread
Pick up a copy from the table in the Foyer.
The Winter lunch will start on the 28 May. They will be held in St Stephens hall starting at Mid-day. Cost $7 per person. This is a Community Outreach and we warmly welcome people to come.
Please confirm your numbers if you are attending. Ph Bev 686 1207 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are still looking for more helpers in the kitchen and to be part of a ringing list to collate numbers.
Cheese-rolls: Our next cheese-rolls will be distributed on Sunday 26 May. Could you please order them from Alison (688 4317), Margaret (688 2363) or Evi (684 5399). Money raised will be for Bibles in prisons.
Action Group: Are looking for a representative from St Stephens to join this group. Please phone Evi 684 5399 or Alison 688 4317 for more information.
Book Review by a Parishioner :
I have recently enjoyed this book which I borrowed from the Church Library at Wai-iti Road.
The Barefoot Surgeon
By Ali Gripper
It is the inspirational story of Dr Sanduk Ruit, an eye surgeon giving hope and sight to the world’s poorest and most isolated people.
As a 7 year old Sanduk was taken by his father from his isolated Nepalese Village to a boarding school in Darjeeling. His parents were very poor, but their son showed a tenacity and intelligence that his father was determined would not be wasted.
He went on to become one of the most respected ophthalmologists in the world, performing many operations (sometimes as many as 600 in a week) and training surgeons from many countries.
He chose to defy the worlds medical establishment and the lure of riches to make the world a better place
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