Weekly Notices 1 September 2019
Mission Project this morning will be for 24/7 Youth Workers. All donations will be much appreciated.
Deadline for September/October LINK: Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or drop copy to the Church Office by Friday 6 September.
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.
Presbyterian Women Evening Group: Tues 10 Sept at 7.30pm at Margaret’s home 37 Elizabeth St. A speaker from the PSS will speak about their work. All most welcome. Contact: Margaret 684 3510.
Good Companions: Will meet Thursday 12 September, at 2pm in St Stephens Lounge. Mrs Margaret Littler will speak on her recent River Cruise through Europe. All welcome.
Boys & Girls Brigade: Kindling available all year round, for sale $10 a sack. Contact Fiona 688 0375 or see me at church.
Plant Sale: At Stephens, 14 September starting at 9am. Flower & vegetable plants, cakes and some surprises. More details later. Contact: Murray 686 1629.
AGM: This will be held on Sunday 15 Sept at a Combined Service at St Stephens starting at 10.30am. Come for coffee or tea from 10am.
Operation Christmas Child We will be supporting the project again this year. Each box is to contain something to wear, something to play with, something for school, something to love, something special and something for personal hygiene for boys and girls in ages 2-14 years. The boxes from New Zealand generally go to Asia or Pacific Island country. You are all invited to support this by providing items as above or make a contribution towards transport costs which is $10.00 per box. If you wish to fill your own box please remember to include the transport cost of $10.00. A box will be in each foyer for you to put in the items or leave the donation. I will have a supply of the OCC boxes available soon. For further information contact Judith 688 6004.
All users of our Churches, Hall, Foyer, Lounge and Rooms at St Stephens and Trinity If you are the last person in your group to use the rooms, please make sure that the lights and heaters are turned off. Welcomers at St Stephens, please ensure that the light switches are off for the stained glass windows.
Annual Report 2018-19: Pick up a copy of the Annual Report from the table in the Foyer. The Financials will be available next week.
100 Voices: Presented by the Midland Masonic Male Choir, In Harmony Choir, Timaru District Choir and Rhyth-Mix Singers on this afternoon 2pm, St Marys Church. $10 door entry (cash only). Supporting Westpac Rescue Helicopter Canterbury/West Coast.
Christian Superstore Timaru, 102 Stafford Street, Timaru:
- Fathers’ Day is coming and we have a great selection of books, mugs, cards and gifts available for the “Father” figure in your life.
- Myles Munroe in his book explores “The Fatherhood Principle” discussing the design that God has for man and their identity within a family and community.
- Derek Prince follows up this same theme in his book “Husbands and Fathers” and the purpose that God has for men both in a spiritual and physical example in life.
- While in her tract Jenny Kutz explores the meaning and relationship that we all can have with “Abba” Father that we can have a heavenly Father that we can accept adoption into Abba’s family. A home not of this world.
Sometimes we can confuse our role in life and each of these books reflects on who we are in God and empowers each of us to become more of who we truly are on the inside. The volunteers at your local Christian Bookshop look forward to seeing you soon.
Giving Everything that we have is a gift from God.
You can contribute financially in the following ways:
- Cash, cheque or envelope in the offering plate, thanks.
- Automatic Payment or internet banking – Acc no: 03-1714-0405434-01
Or if you have any queries, please email us at: email@example.com
Need more Offering Envelopes? Contact the church office 686 0981