Anglican Family Care

Yesterday (Tuesday, 21 March) was World Social Work Day. The theme was “Promoting Community and Environment Sustainability”. Our awesome team of social workers were out and about in Otago as usual, visiting vulnerable children and their families and supporting them for a sustainable future. Find out more about World Social Work Day 2017 at and find out more about the work we do at

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Investing in People and the Planet – lecture reminder

Saturday 25th March, 4pm

Venue: Lecture Room G106, Ground Floor of G Block, Otago Polytechnic, Union Street East (corner of Harbour Terrace)

Lecture by author Robert Howell promoting his book Investing in People and the Planet. “In a world threatened by ecological disaster, global inequality and human tragedy, how can we make a difference? The bank that we select, the pension fund and insurance that we choose, the investments that we support, and the voice that we raise... View article

St Michael’s Clyde

St Michael’s Clyde – Thursday 23rd March   ‘Art in our midst’  An Exhibition of Porcelain and clay Dolls by Prue Miller – local artist. Opening 5pm followed by wine and nibbles.

View Exhibition  11am – 4pm Friday 24th, Saturday 25th& Sunday 26th. Gold coin donation     –   All Welcome

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Celtic-Style Eucharist

Friday 24 March, 12.10 in the Chapter Room at St Paul’s Cathedral: the quarterly ecumenical Celtic-Style Eucharist will this time be a reflection on Life, Time and Change. Helen Watson White will lead, with Revd Mary Greet presiding at communion. Entry by the lower side door nearest the Octagon, or through the church and down either the carpeted (kitchen) stairs or the marble stairs near the main doors. Please bring a symbol of the harvest season.

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Anglican Centre Rome Leadership Course.

We will learn from… Past leaders who shaped the church in earliest times and continue to influence us: St Peter, St Paul, St Benedict, Sts Francis and Clare of Assisi, and St Augustine. We will study… Contemporary church leaders: Archbishop Justin Welby, Pope Francis and others. Objectives for the course: ● To support both emerging and experienced leaders, in understanding and sustaining effective leadership practice. ● To help leaders understand their vocation within... View article