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Requiem eternum dona eis Domine. Grant them eternal rest, O Lord.
I was given a University Bookshop voucher, so I went into the UBS and had a look. I had seen great reviews, so I bought ‘The Great New Zealand Cookbook’. When I had a closer look at it I decided I didn’t need to know how to make scones, nor even Fleur’s smoked fish pie (the recipe is on the internet). So I took it back and exchanged it for Sebastian Faulks’ A Broken World: Letters, Diaries and... View article
St John’s Parish Fair
Saturday 1st November 2014
373 Highgate, Roslyn
All the usual stalls – children’s, baking, trash n treasure, food, silent auction, raffles plus more.
ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR, SEE YOU THERE!
A one day workshop to help Facilitators learn how to use the Prepare/Enrich premarital and relationship resources for couples. These are currently used by 1000+ ministers, celebrants, counsellors and mentors throughout New Zealand.
Prepare/Enrich is an assessment that couples complete online to identify their strengths and their areas for growth. A trained facilitator then provides 4-8 feedback sessions, helping the couple understand and discuss their results and to learn relationship... View article
Julie Hintz has tendered her resignation as the StraNdZ Children and Families Enabler after 4 years in the role. This is due to changes in family circumstances and a desire to live closer to her parents in the United States. Julie will complete her time in this role by November 21 this year and returns to the US soon after.
Over the past four years Julie has visited our Diocese many times, provided group training events and specific training in individual parishes.
Julie will... View article
10²1 Organ Music at the Cathedral
Tuesday lunchtime 12.50-13.10
George Chittenden (Director of Music – St Paul’s Cathedral, Dunedin) plays Swedish organ music, to include works by Ostlund and Rendahl.
Free entry / Donations
‘Thinking Through The Scriptures’
Every Wednesday at 3.30pm in the Chapter Room of the Cathedral. Meet with the Dean to reflect on the lectionary readings for next Sunday; share news cuttings and your... View article