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The Parish of St Luke the Evangelist, Christchurch, is seeking a Vicar with a heart for inner-city ministry and a strong commitment to Gospel values; a mind for good scholarship with a liberal/radical edge; an understanding of contemporary Anglo-Catholic liturgy; a soul nourished by a deep spirituality; and a creative spirit with a zest for life, a new challenge, and a sense of adventure.
St Luke’s lost its buildings in the February 2011 earthquake and has spent the last three... View article
This is to let you know about an open lecture coming up on Friday 17 October at 7.00pm, hosted by the Society of Friends, in association with the Centre for Theology and Public Issues. The lecture is entitled, ‘Standing in this Place’. The venue is the Barnett Lecture Theatre, Dunedin Hospital, Great King Street, on the First Floor.
“Quakers have a long history of involvement with social change, based on the concept of ‘that of God in everyone’ which... View article
It was good to be together this weekend. Synod was a graced event I thought. From Bishop Kelvin’s strong words at the opening eucharist, and onward through the general business, our group discussions, and the conversation and interaction we had over an abundance of good food, we were together as the church.
When I got home later on Sunday, I sat down with this week’s Listener and read this from US TV host, Ellen DeGeneres. “In the beginning there was nothing. God said,... View article
We want to encourage all synod reps to report back to their faith communities what happened at this positive and encouraging synod. View the photos on our new Facebook Page: facebook.com/CalledSouth.
Here are some of the highlights:
During the Opening Eucharist Service at St Luke’s, Oamaru on Friday evening:
- We enthusiastically welcomed to synod the Right Reverend John Gray, Bishop of the Anglican Māori Diocese O Te Waipounamu.
- We held the... View article
To read the Anglican Taonga article on our Diocesan Synod please go to http://www.anglicantaonga.org.nz/News/Tikanga-Pakeha/Dunedin-reshapes-for-the-future