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Worship Duty Roster for 11 March

College Road     Worship site Bible & Vestry Elder:  Juliet Crawford Bible Reader:  Tonia Lee Prayers for others: Mollie Thomson Data: Derek Hughes Sound:  Judith Begg Door: Garfield & Helen Hayes & Jan Maxwell-Hey Morning Tea: Dianne McKay, Dianne Paulin &  Shirley Groundwater Flowers: Janice Rowley Wai—iti Road     Worship site Elder on Duty:  Joy Elliott Sound: Computer:   Neville […]

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Weekly Notices 25 February 2018

Mission Project – the Retiring Offering and the Bucket Mission today will go to the Tongan Relief Appeal following the  Cyclone on February 12. Girls Brigade: Wanted – 2 litre white  ice-cream containers with lids. Please drop to the manse, 347 Wai-iti Rd. Many thanks. Rhythm Kids Wanted: Chiffon scarves. phone Isobel 688 1931.  We meet […]

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Thought For The Week 4 March 2018

I have been pleasantly surprised this week by the positive response that so many of you have shared about my sermon last week.  It is amazing how thinking about the vastness and intricacy of the universe inspires in us a sense of wonder, awe, beauty and love. Far too often, when we’re bogged down by […]

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Worship Duty Roster for 4 March 2018

College Road     Worship site Bible & Vestry Elder:  Rosalie Turner Bible Reader:  Garfield Hayes Prayers for others: Margaret Hughes Data: Susanne Blissett Sound:  David Draffin Door: Marj Farquharson, Isabel Gilmour,  & Sandra Hetherington Morning Tea:  Anne Miles, Dawn Ussher, & Evi Frank Flowers: Ann Rich Wai—iti Road     Worship site Elder on Duty:  Joy Elliott Sound:  Neville Walker […]

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Weekly Notices 25 February

Mission Project:  4 March—Retiring Offering and Bucket Mission will raise funds to be send to the Tongan Relief Appeal. Girls Brigade: Wanted – 2 litre white ice-cream containers with lids. Please drop to the manse, 347 Wai-iti Rd. Many thanks. Rhythm Kids Wanted: Chiffon scarves and someone with an over locker willing to make some smaller.  […]

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Thought For The Week 25 February

Thought for the week — Fasting Fridays—Lent 2018 One of the most common approaches to Lent was the practice of fasting – largely from food or specific food types. Why fasting? In the Old Testament (OT) perhaps the ‘top quality’ of a follower of God was humility. Humility enabled the believer to live a life […]

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The LINK February – March 2018

Editorial Welcome to this edition of the Link, our monthly newsletter designed to keep you linked into the happenings around our parish. I am very aware of the large number of people who receive the Link who through health and limited mobility are no longer able to be present at worship or church events as […]

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Worship Duty Roster 25 February 2018

College Road     Worship site Bible & Vestry Elder:  Helen Carter Bible Reader:  Anne Miles Prayers for others:  N/A Data:  Neil McKinnon Sound:  Judith Begg Door:  Roger Carter, Isobel McKinnon &  Fiona Blissett Morning Tea:  Dianne Paulin, Dawn Ussher & Elaine Goodfellow Flowers:  Sonia Simpson Wai—iti Road     Worship site  Elder on Duty:   Grant Holland Sound:  Neville Crawford Computer:  […]

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Weekly Notices for 18 February 2018

Presbyterian Women’s Lunch Group:  Meet Wed 21 February at 12.30pm in Room 1, Trinity Hall.   Please bring lunch food to share.  Sales table.  Speaker:  Elisabeth Demmer about the Wearable Arts in Wellington last year.  All women are welcome. Mission Updates recently received:  These are in the magazine holder on the table in Foyers:  Please […]

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Thought For The Week 18 February 2018

Welcome to our combined service today at Trinity and a special welcome to Rev Shona Bettany from Knox Waimate who will be leading the  worship. Rory and I are at Pleasant Point today for the commissioning of their new ministry student intern, Donald Gordon. Rory is the interim moderator for this parish and I’m the […]

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