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Worship Duty Roster 23, September 2018

College Road     Worship site Bible & Vestry Elder: Nona Johnston Bible Reader:   Margaret Littler Prayers for others:  N/A Data:  Susanne Blissett Sound: Dawn Ussher Door:   Helen & Garfield Hayes & Marj Farquharson Morning Tea:  Jan Maxwell Hey, Pat Smith & Owen Stephens Flowers: Nona Johnston   Wai—iti Road     Worship site  Elder on Duty:   Jean Cockroft […]

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Weekly Notices 16, September 2018

Food – Family—Fun night:  Come join us at St Stephens on Sunday, 16 September  5-7pm.  Bring food to share.  All welcome. Presbyterian Women’s Lunch Group meets Wed., 19 September in Room 1, Trinity Hall at 12.30pm.   Please bring lunch food to share.  Sales table.  Speaker:  Jannette    Aldridge – Music Teacher.  All women are welcome to join […]

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Thought For The Week 16, September 2018

When faced with difficult situations and people, our natural tendency is to react in anger and to grumble. Yet James exhorts us in this passage to keep calm and listen to God’s Word instead of erupting like a volcano. When James tells us to be “quick to listen”, it means being silent before and submissive […]

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Worship Duty Roster 16, September 2018

College Road     Worship site Bible & Vestry Elder: Juliet Crawford Bible Reader:   Noel Crawford Prayers for others: Max Muldrew Data:  Derek Hughes Sound: Hermann Frank Door:  Isabel Gilmour, Jim Garden & Fiona Blissett Morning Tea:  Elaine Falconer, Mary & Graeme Bell Flowers: Nona Johnston Wai—iti Road     Worship site Elder on Duty:   Jean Cockroft Sound:  Jono Grant Computer:  […]

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Weekly Notices 9, September 2018

Mission Project:  The Retiring Offering and the Bucket Mission last week raised $292.60 supporting the cost of freight for the Christmas Boxes this year. Operation Christmas Boxes:  Thank you once again to those who supported this last year.  We will once again be  supporting the project this year. Each box is to contain something to wear,  […]

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Thought For The Week 9, September 2018

Welcome to our services of worship today. We are especially pleased to have Rev Shona Bettany from Waimate ministering at St Stephen’s this morning. Shona is filling in for me as I am in Ashburton for the St James parish AGM. It’s also a special celebration of spring flowers at Trinity this morning with our […]

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Worship Duty Roster 9 September 2018

College Road     Worship site  Bible & Vestry Elder: Anne Knipe Bible Reader:   Dianne Paulin Prayers for others:  Ron Paulin Data:  Neil McKinnon Sound:  Judith Begg Door:  Indi Jeevaratnam, Aileen Stewart & Elisabeth Demmer Morning Tea: Helen Dawkins, Ron & Dianne Paulin Flowers: Sonia Simpson Wai—iti Road     Worship site   Elder on Duty:   Estelle Cormack Sound:  Jono […]

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Weekly Notices 2 September 2018

Mission Project:  The Retiring Offering and the Bucket Mission this morning will     support the cost of freight for the Christmas Boxes this year. Operation Christmas Boxes:  Thank you once again to those who supported this last year.  We will once again be supporting the project this year. Each box is to contain something to wear,  something […]

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Thought For The Week 2 September 2018

Spring is Springing all around us, and as we look around at the green      returning to the land, the flowers flowering, and the daffodils breaking new ground, we wonder at the beauty and the glory of new life.   Today is also Father’s Day, a day to celebrate the strength and protection, the care, the […]

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Worship Duty Roster 2 September 2018

College Road     Worship site Bible & Vestry Elder: Rosalie Turner Bible Reader: Gloria Turner Prayers for others:  Hermann Frank Data:  Max Muldrew Sound: David Draffin Door:  June & Berry Mitchell & Wensley Ashwell Morning Tea: Mary Bell, Dawn Usher & Dianne McKay   Wai—iti Road     Worship site Elder on Duty:   Estelle Cormack Sound:  Neville Walker Computer:   Grant […]

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