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10²1 Organ Music at the Cathedral
Tuesday lunchtime 12.50-13.10
George Chittenden (Director of Music – St Paul’s Cathedral, Dunedin) plays popular organ music chosen by audience ballot – in celebration of the 3rd birthday of the 10²1 Organ Recitals.
Free entry / Donations
My name is James McGrath and I was born in Timaru on the 22 September 1953. I was baptised four days later as I was not expected to live much longer.
Two and a half months later I was received into the congregation of St Peter’s Kensington/Otipua where I was to remain for the next sixteen years going through the motions as a choir boy and then as a server at the altar and even going through confirmation.
Through all this time I never established a personal commitment to Jesus... View article
The Anglican Church of St Stephen, Hampden was secularised by Bishop Kelvin on Saturday 24th January, 2015. Some of the chattels will remain in the parish for use in worship. However, the faith community have asked that chattels surplus to their requirements be offered to the wider Anglican family for religious use. If your church is interested in any of the following items please contact the Ven Jan Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org or ph 03 455-6032.
Items available for... View article
Minister for the English Speaking Congregations
All Saints’ Cathedral, Cairo, Egypt
The Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa is seeking to fill a post of Minister for the English Speaking Congregations of All Saints’ Cathedral serving multi-cultural and multi-denominational congregations in the heart of Cairo. We are seeking an ordained evangelical Anglican priest with a missionary vision, developed teaching and pastoring gifts, and a team builder who has cultural... View article
The first of our new committees, the Stewardship Committee met last week. This group, which replaces the old Finance and Administration Committee, spent their first meeting discussing those things which I think are of foundational importance; namely what is our mission as a diocese and how is this reflected in the way we deal with our property and our money? I was struck again by how the various committees that are emerging are actually not separate from each other, but are all... View article