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Worship Duty Roster 3 March

College Road     Worship site Bible & Vestry Elder: Margaret Littler Bible Reader:  Robyn Hamilton Prayers for others:  David Draffin Data:  Ken Falconer Sound:  Hermann Frank Door:  Indi Jeevaratnam,  Wensley Ashwell & Elisabeth Demmer Morning Tea:  Sandra Hetherington,   Pat Cartwright & Tonia Lee Flowers:  Sandra Hetherington Wai—iti Road     Worship site  Elder on Duty:   Jim Pearce Sound:  Neville […]

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Weekly Notices 24 February

The World Day of Prayer:  Friday 1 March.  The local Service will be held at St Mary’s Anglican Church, 24 Church Street, Timaru at 2pm.  This has been prepared by the World Day of Prayer of Slovenia.  “Come – Everything Is Ready”  Afternoon Tea will follow the Service. Need personal prayer?  Contact one of the TPP Prayer […]

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Thought For The Week 24 February

Welcome to our services of worship today. It’s hard to believe we are at the end of February and this is our first ‘normal’ pattern of services at each site for the year. Last weekend Catherine and I attended the Alpine Presbytery gathering in Greymouth. These gatherings are held twice yearly and are a mixture […]

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Worship Duty Roster 24 February

College Road     Worship site Bible & Vestry Elder: Anne Knipe Bible Reader:  Isobel McKinnon Prayers for others: N/A Data:  Derek Hughes Sound:  Dawn Ussher Door:  Jim Garden, Fiona Blissett & Marj Farguharson Morning Tea:  Anne Miles, Helen Dawkins & Elaine Goodfellow Flowers:  Elaine Falconer    Wai—iti Road     Worship site Elder on Duty:   Andrea Grant Sound:  Neville Walker […]

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Weekly Notices 17 February

The Word for Today’ and ‘Word for you Today’ (This text is adapted for the next generation)  The Feb/March/April editions are on the table in the foyer.  Pick up a copy today. Presbyterian Women Lunch Group:  Meet on Wednesday, 20 February, in Room 1, Trinity Community Centre at 12.30.  Shared lunch.  Sales table.  Speaker:  Pavithra  from India […]

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Thought For The Week 17 February

It’s lovely to be back at Trinity this week, after the summer and the extended programme of works both outside and inside the church. Over the last couple of years we have achieved so much in the stewardship of our buildings thanks to the hard work and dedication of too many people to mention. I […]

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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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