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St Alban’s Anglican Parish is located in the beautiful suburb of Eastbourne. Nestled between the bush and the sea, Eastbourne is thirty minutes’ drive from central Wellington. The people of Eastbourne and the Bays are known for their strong and supportive community focus. St Alban’s actively contributes to the community and offers outreach groups and hospitality.
St Alban’s also provides chaplaincy to Wellesley College which is an Anglican school for boys Year 0-8.... View article
During the two choral services on Sunday 17 September we will celebrate our Cathedral’s rich choral tradition and in particular some of our church music composers have written anthems and service settings especially for the Cathedral Choir. Members of the public are cordially invited to attend. The following music will be included in these services:
10.00 am Choral Eucharist
Introit: My song shall be of mercy and judgement – Richard Madden
Communion Setting:... View article
“Growing Together”, 15 – 21 April 2018, Lincoln, New Zealand
Lay and ordained rural church leaders are invited to be inspired, encouraged and equipped to face the challenges and opportunities of rural mission and ministry. IRCA is an ecumenical international fellowship that few out of a meeting of rural church leaders in 1993. The organisation is administered by Germinate: The Arthur Rank Centre in the UK with an independent international steering committee. To... View article
St Matthew’s, Masterton, is a large well-resourced Parish. It has several worshipping congregations, each with its own style of worship and ministry.
We invite expressions of interest from an experienced, energetic Vicar, who can work effectively in this dynamic environment, with the many other leaders in our Parish and alongside the Trinity Schools Chaplains, to grow the Kingdom of God. We are an outward looking Parish with many programmes in place. We have identified... View article
St Michael & All Angels, Clyde – is celebrating 140 years of faithful witness in the Dunstan.
Please join us on Friday, 29 September, MIchaelmass Day, for 11.00 am Eucharist followed by shared lunch and reminiscences in the Lounge. Celebrant and preacher- Archdeacon Damon Plimmer.
On Saturday 7th October at 1.30pm - in tribute to St Francis, ‘A drop-in party for animals’- and an opportunity for ‘blessing’ in the garden.
and at... View article