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Combined Worship Duty Roster at Trinity 17 February

College Road     Worship site Bible & Vestry Elder: Ken Falconer Bible Reader:  Jeanne Marshall Prayers for others:  Ken Falconer Data:  Susanne Blissett Sound:  Hermann Frank Door:  Aileen Stewart, Margaret Littler & Carolyn Cooper Morning Tea:  Dianne McKay, Sandra Hetherington & Dawn Ussher Flowers:  Anne Rich  

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Weekly Notices 10 February 2019

Mission Project:  The Bucket Mission held last week raised $273 for The Leprosy  Mission.  Thankyou for your donations. 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 […]

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Thought For The Week 10 February 2019

Welcome to our service of worship this week. I have really enjoyed our combined services over the summer break including the 2 extra weeks as the work continues at Trinity. I know many of you are looking forward to getting back into the normal routine and familiar places and the style of worship we are […]

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Combined Worship Duty Roster at St Stephens 10 February

Wai—iti Road     Worship site Elder on Duty:   Andrea Grant Sound: Computer:  Murray Facer Readings:   Andrea Grant Prayer for Others:  David Draffin Cleaning:   Bev Quigley & Joan MacDonnell Flowers:   Christine Steven Door Duty:  Christine Facer & Helen & Garfield Hayes Morning Tea:  Carol & Barry Cunningham & Owen Stephens    

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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 […]

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Thought For The Week 3 February 2019

What a wonderful time we had last Sunday evening celebrating the    opening of the refurbished foyer at St. Stephens, and the installation of the restored stained glass windows from St. Pauls. It is a credit to all involved that this project has worked out better than we could have imagined. This week we have the […]

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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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