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This Saturday 28th November at 3pm in St Paul’s Cathedral, Bishop Kelvin will preside over the Ordinations of Brett Roberts, Max Whitaker, Jennifer Tapsell and David Wright.
Brett Roberts and Max Whitaker will be ordained to the holy order of Deacon.
Jennifer Tapsell and David Wright will be ordained to the holy order of Priest.
A warm welcome is extended to ALL
Please join the ordinands for their special day.
(Clergy are invited to robe and wear red stoles)
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Take a Minute to enrich your day!.
Rosie Staite, the South Canterbury based author of All Age Worship has just released her latest book… Take a Minute.
This book is something different. Open any page to discover Rosie’s photos, poems and reflections on topical themes and experiences. Put a copy on the table at home, workplace or in a waiting room, anywhere people have a minute to pause and reflect on life.
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A meditative Service using John Donne’s La Corona sequence of poems to reflect on Mary’s experience of the crucial events in her Son’s life.
Sunday 29 November 5 pm
St Peters Caversham
The Invercargill People’s Climate March is occurring on November 28 starting 11am. Marchers will be meeting on the Corner of Forth and Nith Streets and marching directly from there to Don Street and then to Wachner Place where there will be a number of brief speeches.
This is a family friendly child and youth focussed event and all the speakers will be primary, secondary and tertiary students speaking on behalf of the generations who will be most affected by the decisions being... View article