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Friday 27 May 12.10 at St Paul’s Cathedral in the Dean’s Foyer: a warm welcome to the quarterly Celtic-style Eucharist, this time taking an autumnal theme (bring a sample of fallen seed).
The celebrant will be Very Revd Trevor James, following a liturgy developed by the late Revd Helene Mann and Dr Helen Watson White.
We meet now very close to Helene’s library of Celtic resources in the Chapter Room, in a space that has level access if you are entering by the first side... View article
The Quiz night on Friday, May 27 at 7.30pm in the Cathedral Crypt has been cancelled.
Come along and hear about the budget from a child poverty perspective – how has the budget addressed the issue?
Speakers: Mayor Tim Shadbolt, Community speaker, plus student panel of respondents.
Friday 27 May
Venue: Otago University College of Education Staffroom, 145 Union St East
Entry: Koha on the door
Organ Recital on Sunday 29th May at 2:30pm, At Holy Trinity Church, Port Chalmers, to celebrate 100 years since the dedication of Holy Trinity’s unique, Jardine Organ.
Otago and Southland Organist Association with Holy Trinity Church invite you to a recital by David Burchell and others to commemorate this milestone and hear this instrument the only Jardine organ in this country.
10²1 - organ music every Tuesday lunchtime George Chittenden (Director of Music, St Paul’s Cathedral, Dunedin) plays organ works from Belgium, to include music by Peeters, Jongen and De Maleingreau.
Tuesday, 12:50 – 13:10
Free entry / Donations