Central Office: 349 Wai-iti Road, Timaru, 7910  Phone: 03 686 0981       Email: oneoffice@timarupres.org.nz

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Thought For The Week 8 September 2019

Welcome to our services of worship today. Catherine and I have just returned from a very refreshing holiday on the Sunshine Coast (Mooloolaba) and a 7-day cruise to New Caledonia and Vanuatu. One of the best things about our holiday was the decision not to activate our phones for Australia. This meant we had no […]

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Worship Duty Roster 8 September 2019

College Road Worship site  Bible & Vestry Elder: Judith Begg Bible Reader:  Dianne Paulin Prayers for others:  Ron Paulin Data:  Derek Hughes Sound:  Dawn Ussher Door:  Rosalie & Gloria Turner &  Jan Maxwell-Hey Morning Tea:  Mary & Graeme Bell & Margaret Dockrill Flowers:  Ann Rich   Wai—iti Road     Worship site  Elder on Duty:  Murray Facer Sound:  David […]

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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: link@timarupres.org.nz 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 […]

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Thought For The Week 1 September 2019

It’s Father’s Day!! Many of us know the characteristics of a good father. A good father is loving. They care about the well-being of their children; they want the best for their children and they are the biggest supporter of their children fulfilling their purpose in life. God is no different. But then how do […]

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Worship Duty Roster 1 September 2019

College Road     Worship site  Bible & Vestry Elder: Judith Begg Bible Reader:  Dianne Paulin Prayers for others:  Ron Paulin Data:  Derek Hughes Sound:  Dawn Ussher Door:  Rosalie & Gloria Turner & Jan Maxwell-Hey Morning Tea:  Mary & Graeme Bell & Margaret Dockrill Flowers:  Ann Rich   Wai—iti Road     Worship site  Elder on Duty:  Murray Facer Sound:  Neville […]

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Weekly Notices 25 August 2019

Mission Project: next Sunday, 1 September will be for 24/7 Youth Workers.   All donations will be much appreciated. Timaru Combined Churches Prayer:   Sunday 25 August, 7pm, Life Church, 134 Morgans Rd.  ‘God’s heartache & our heartache, a call to prayer for Aotearoa’s rangatahi.’  NZ’s teen suicide rate (15-19) is the worst in the developed world, it […]

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Thought For The Week 25 August 2019

Speaking to people this week a comment that has often been made,  apart from the coolness of the weather, is how quickly this year has gone or they say we no sooner start this week and it is the weekend again.  Modern technology and communication, modes of transport and automatic appliances have all contributed to […]

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Worship Duty Roster 25 August 2019

College Road     Worship site  Bible & Vestry Elder: Judith Begg Bible Reader:  Dianne Paulin Prayers for others:  N/A Data:  Max Muldrew Sound:  Dawn Ussher Door:  Eoin & Pat Powell & Ron Paulin Morning Tea: Dianne Paulin, Pat Cartwright  & Anne Miles Flowers:  Winter Arrangement   Wai—iti Road     Worship site  Elder on Duty:  Bev Quigley Sound:  […]

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Weekly Notices 18, August 2019

Presbyterian Women’s Groups:  St Mary’s Assn of Anglican Women extends a warm invitation to your members to join them for their Hospitality Day, 2pm, Thursday 22 August at St Mary’s Hall, 24 Church St.  Guest Speaker:  Rev’d Alan Cummins.  Sales table—proceeds in support of local charities.  Please RSVP by 19 August to Val ph 684 5653. […]

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Thought For The Week 18 August 2019

Welcome to our services this morning. We especially welcome the Timaru 3rd Girls Brigade Co to Trinity and Lois Shipley who will be leading worship. Outstanding people are often honoured in halls of fame. We have these for sports people, musicians and artist. In the Timaru District Council chambers there is a wall of portraits […]

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