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DO WE WANT ANOTHER BISHOP FOR OUR DIOCESE WHEN BISHOP KELVIN RETIRES?.
If your answer is yes! Then each one of us needs to do something positive to ensure that this happens.
Currently, our Diocese does not have the funds to pay the salary of a Bishop and this is of real concern to the Diocesan Council.
Tony Fitchett has made a very practical suggestion which could help this situation.
If every member of the Diocese chose to give a weekly contribution for five years equivalent to a... View article
An Exhibition Celebrating the Diversity of Social Services Agencies in Dunedin
From 18 July to 1 August the Cathedral hosts an exhibition for the Social Service Agencies of Dunedin. The exhibits profile these diverse expressions of love and are an opportunity for our reflection, prayer and engagement.
Everyone is encouraged to spread news of this exhibition and to urge others to engage with it.
A Conversation with Professor David... View article
Come and enjoy an afternoon with Neville Selwood, who will share some of his wartime
experiences; there will be time for questions, some songs from that era…starts 2pm, afternoon tea to follow.
Venue: Holy Cross, St Kilda.
Date: Saturday 23rd July 2016
Robert Costin (United Kingdom)
plays Bach’s ‘Well-Tempered Clavier’
Wednesday, 20th July – 12:50 – 13:45 (p1)
Thursday, 21st July – 12:50 – 13:45 (p2)
Free entry / Donations (Suggested donation $10)
Robert Costin began his musical career as a chorister at Peterborough Cathedral under the direction of Christopher Gower, who was also his first organ teacher. Attendance at The King’s... View article
Thomas Burns Memorial Lecture Series 2016.
The Story of Job: A Contested Classic.
Professor Choon-Leong Seow
Distinguished Professor of Hebrew Bible, Vanderbilt Divinity School.
‘Job in the Cradle of World Literature’
Tuesday 26 July
‘The Artistry of the (Hebrew) Book of Job’
Wednesday 27 July
‘Theological Conversations in Job’
Thursday 28 July
‘Job as a Contested Classic’
Tuesday 2 August
‘Job Through the... View article