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Short Courses jointly offered by the Department of Theology and Religion, University of Otago and some Dunedin Churches in conjunction with Continuing Education at the University of Otago.
Dealing with Conflict: Biblical insights and some skill training
Presented by Rev Helen Martin, Minister, Mosgiel Presbyterian Church
7-9pm on three Thursdays June 11, 18 and 25.
Humanities Common Room (1W9), Arts Building, Albany Street, University of Otago.
The Protestant Reformation and... View article
A Celtic Style Eucharist will be held on Friday 29th May at 12.10pm in the Cathedral Crypt. We will be celebrating Pentecost using the Wild Goose imagery of the Celts. Please bring your own reflections and symbols of the Holy Spirit to share.
NEWS UPDATE – we would like the majority of parishioners to receive our Weekly e-Newsletter. It is a cheap and effective way to keep up-to-date with what is happening around the Diocese.
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BOOKMARKS – please insert the Good News Bookmarks in each Prayer Guide or Pew Sheet. NB: Bookmarks will arrive... View article
Prince Harry’s security detail being thorough! [photo by Peter Tait]
From Wynston Cooper, All Saints’ Invercargill
I was very privileged to be part of the team that took the private communion service for Prince Harry and members of the Anglican and Presbyterian congregations on Rakiura Stewart Island on Sunday evening. Then, this morning Rakiura lived up to its name (“land of the glowing skies”) with an absolutely amazing... View article
On Sunday 31st May at 7pm, Peter Ross will be ordained to the holy office of Priest at St Mark’s, Balclutha.
A warm invitation is extended to you all to join Peter on this very special day.
(Clergy are invited to robe and wear red stoles)