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Thought for the week

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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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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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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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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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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Thought For The Week 9 December 2018

Welcome to our services today on this second Sunday in Advent, which focuses on the peace of God.  Advent is all about waiting; we are waiting for Christmas day and the joyous proclamation that Jesus is born and he is Emmanuel- God with us.  Jesus also spoke of his return at some undetermined time in […]

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Thought For The Week 2 December 2019

It’s the hope that kills you, so they say, but they’re wrong. Hope is that rarest of commodities in our fast-paced, rapid-growth, self-absorbed world.  Hope is that simple thing, hard to measure and harder to define that allows us to see beyond our current circumstances and into a future where we might be free. Hope […]

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Thought For The Week 25 November 2018

Welcome to our special combined service this morning. According to the church calendar today is the last day of the year and is referred to as Christ the King Sunday. Traditionally the readings focus on the exalted nature of Christ and his sovereignty as King of kings and Lord of lords and remind us that […]

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Thought For The Week 18 November 2018

It is wonderful to see real progress with the St. Stephens foyer  re-development.  Since the windows have gone in, and the hoardings have come down, we can start to see the potential of this new space that we will use for worship, fellowship and mission. There are a couple of things that I have noticed […]

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Thought For The Week 11 November 2018

Welcome to our services of worship this morning. Today is a special day commemorating the 100th Armistice Day which marks the day and hour when hostilities ceased on the Western Front in World War 1. This was to be ‘a war to end all wars’ but as history has shown it was merely the beginning […]

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