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July 27-Aug 2 is Māori language week in 2015.
As part of our ongoing responsibility to be good partners to our Tikanga partners, as a reminder that the Anglican church in Aotearoa began as a missionary church to the Māori, and as a commitment to living in this country with more than one official language, you might like to include some te reo Māori in your service on the Sunday concluding Māori language Week, 2 August.
To help the faith communities who... View article
Together on Friday at St Nicholas’ Hall
Friday, August 14
6:00pm Night Prayer
6:30pm Shared Meal
7:15pm: Prof Jim Mann
You are welcome to come for all or part of the evening; if coming for the meal, please bring some food to share. Gold coin donation for speaker’s gift.
10²1 - ORGAN MUSIC AT THE CATHEDRAL
Tuesday lunchtime 12.50 – 13.10
George Chittenden, (Director of Music, St Paul’s Cathedral, Dunedin) plays organ works by Sigfrid Karg-Elert and Josef Rheinberger.
Free entry / Donations
We had another good training day in Invercargill on the 11th July. Thanks to those who took advantage of this opportunity to update their training.
The opportunities to complete this training before Pentecost next year are getting more limited.
All people who hold a Bishop’s license will need to complete this round of Boundary Training before Pentecost 2016.
There are large numbers who have registered for the August 22nd session in Dunedin.
At the moment there... View article
“Theological preaching” with Professor Gerald Bray Tuesday, 18 August 1.00pm-3.30pm, St Mark’s Balclutha, 19 Renfrew St.
BYO Lunch. All are welcome.
How can theology inform our preaching and pastoral practice? A simple question with surprising answers that will change the way you preach.
Gerald Bray is an Anglican preacher-theologian on a brief tour of New Zealand organised by the Latimer Fellowship of New Zealand. He has recently published a systematic theology... View article