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Thought For The Week 17, December 2017

It is hard to believe that Christmas has come around once again! Where has the year gone? Brent, Rose, Carol & I went out to lunch together on Thursday and we were reflecting on the many wonderful things that have happened in our church life together in 2017. It has been a good year, and […]

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Thought For The Week 5 November

Wedding bells are ringing for me this weekend as I celebrate the wedding of Charlie Reed and Fiona Hofacher at St. David’s, Cave.  The happy couple have chosen 1 Corinthians 13 as the scripture reading, a firm favourite at weddings.  This reading has two great reflections on love. First, it reminds us that love is […]

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Weekly Notices For 29 October

Mission Project:  The Retiring Offering at Trinity and the Bucket Mission at St Stephens next Sunday, November 5, will go to the NZ Presbyterian Women for the support of the Presbyterian Church in Myanmar. Boys & Girls Brigade: would like your Blue bottle tops off your milk. Also kindling for sale $10 a sack.  Contact […]

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Thought For The Week 22 October

Welcome to our worship services today. If you are holidaying in our beautiful city this Labour weekend we’re glad you’ve taken some time aside to worship our Lord with us. At Trinity this morning we have the joy of welcoming Emma and Conrad Steven as they bring Kaylani for baptism. Baptism is a sacrament rich […]

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The LINK September – October 2017

Editorial Welcome to this edition of the Link; I hope you enjoy reading about the latest happenings in our parish life. Spring is in the air and for gardeners things start to get busy with planting and preparing for summer crops and ornamentals. Need something new in your garden? We can help! On Saturday the […]

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Thought For The Week 3, September

One of the things that never ceases to amaze me is the love and care that so many people put into our church.  Whether we’re like Mary, sitting at the feet of Jesus, or like Martha, hard at work in the kitchen, our efforts  contribute so much to the life of the church, and to […]

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Thought For The Week July 30

Sad endings and new beginnings are very much to the forefront of our prayers for our church family this week. We remember and celebrate the lives of three special people who have been part of the parish who have passed away during the last week. Margaret, Rhonda and Margaret will leave a huge gap in […]

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Thought For The Week 23, July

  Well what a busy week it’s been! The Landlubbers holiday programme at St Stephen’s saw around 50 children over the 3 days learning about the changed life Saul, who became Paul, had after encountering Jesus. This programme really brought out the creativity in those who helped make it happen. Some amazing craft projects were […]

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Thought For The Week 16th July, Brent

Welcome to our combined service today. As we are one church with 2 worship centres, its important that we have regular combined services. These serve to remind us that though we may worship in different ways we worship the same Lord. This week at St Stephen’s will see 50 children attending the 3-day holiday programme […]

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