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Last Saturday we had a very successful, and for me, enjoyable day in the Diocesan Office discussing the way we organise ourselves for the mission of God. About 40 people were present, representing every part of the diocese. We talked of the changing social context in which we find ourselves, the shifts in the Anglican church over the past 40 years, and the mission to which we were called. I presented an outline of how I thought a new parish statute might work. Over the next few weeks we will... View article
I am struck, awed even, by what a miracle a new life is. A couple of weeks ago I got the joyful news of a new granddaughter, Amelia Flatt, daughter of Lucy and Cameron at St John’s. After all the waiting, there she is, fresh from the hands of God, a wonder of God’s creation. I wonder what she knows of God before any words or cognitive processes. As she was being ‘made in secret’ and ‘knit together’ she lived in an atmosphere of prayer and God-welcoming presence and comes... View article
NZCMS Dunedin Support Group Meeting
Wednesday 18th March at 7.30 pm
1 Rawhiti St, Musselburgh Rise
To finalise plans for 2016 and share and pray for the people and our partners in the Middle East.
All welcome to this friendly and informative group.
Contact Maureen Harley 456 0573.
We are moving!
This is an exciting time for us –we are relocating to fresh new premises that better suit our needs. We move to 266 Hanover Street (the old McKenzie Willis building) on Monday 9 March.
Our office will be closed from Friday 6 March and will reopen on Wednesday 11 March.
Our communication systems will be down during this time but staff will be working and contactable by cell phone. We hope to be fully functional by Wednesday 11 March.
Our new mailing address will be:
266... View article
Please keep the following people in your prayers:
Nonie and Rachel Connor & Bishop George, Claire Johnson and their families.
Our students studying at St John’s College in Auckland - Brett Roberts, Max Whitaker and Lucy Flatt.