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A warm welcome is extended to everyone (not just clergy) to join in the Chrism Eucharist and the Reaffirmation of Ordination Vows, at St Paul’s Cathedral on Thursday 13th April, at 12.10pm.
(Clergy are invited to wear an alb, red stole and gather in the Dean’s foyer for the procession)
Issues of War and Peace
Professor Murray Rae, Department of Theology and Religion, University of Otago
7:00 – 9:00 pm Friday April 7 and 9:00am – 12:30pm Saturday April 8
Burns 7 Seminar Room, (Albany Street), University of Otago
Islam and Christianity
Dr Adam Dodds, Senior Pastor, Elim Church
7:00 – 9:00 pm Monday May 8, 15 & 22
Elim Church Conference Room, 67 Harrow Street
The Psalms and the Life of Faith
Revd Dr James... View article
Te Whaariki is the National Governance Board for Te Kāhui Rangatahi o Te Pīhopatanga o Aotearoa. We are looking for an experienced Administrator to work in a part-time, 20 hours per week capacity. This is a flexible homebased position.
What you’ll be doing:
• General administrative duties such as emails, phone calls.
• Report writing
• Taking meeting minutes
• Booking travel, accommodation and venue hire
• Making the application for annual funding
• Setting up... View article
St John’s, 373 Highgate, this Friday 31st March at 7pm.
This is a Fundraising event for Roslyn/Brockville Youth Group trip to Vanuatu.
EFTPOS will be available
On Monday, 27th March, Anglican Family Care staff members Jane Hutton (far right), Lucy Summers (centre) and Jackie Greenall (far left) attended chapel at St Hilda’s Collegiate School to speak about family violence and the “It’s not OK” campaign. Pupils of the school were given a pack of information about the campaign, as well brochures and posters to distribute around their community about the work Anglican Family Care does with at-risk families Otago. We are... View article