“Mercy, generosity, love – currency of the Kingdom”
Prepare for Winter and Fill the Freezer
There will be one service on 31 March at 10 am—our fifth Sunday service. After our fifth Sunday service we will be cooking in groups to make meals for the Manna Ministry freezer. Please sign up on the clipboards to either host a team of budding chefs or to be part of the cooking team. Zoë will be in touch with the hosts when she returns to work on Monday. Let’s prepare for winter together.
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Need a visit or a chat?
Wendy would love to meet with you for a chat or to pray together. Either join her at the Café on the Square (beside the Library) Tuesday’s from 3.30 pm or she can come and visit you. Give her a ring or email to arrange a time. Working? No problem she will come to you on your lunch break.
If you are interested in learning more about prayer ministry, contact Kathleen Andreae 021 1022292
Lenten Study Books
We have some of the Diocesan Lenten Study Books available for you or your group to use on your Lenten journey.
Cost: koha (actual cost is $5). If we run out and you need more, let Wendy know and we will order more.
AYM House Needed
Our amazing Anglian Youth Movement team who run the youth group (among other things) need somewhere to live! They are looking to rent a place with 3 or more bedrooms, as close to the church as possible. Speak to Zac or Zoë if you have any leads.
2019 Anglican Missions Lenten Appeal
The Anglican Missions Board enables the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, in a spirit of partnership, to share in the global dimension to Christ’s mission of proclaiming the Gospel, nurturing believers, responding to human need, transforming society, and caring for creation. This year’s Lenten Appeal supports three projects:
Christ Anglican School in Nazareth—Sound system for 1100 students, 75 teachers.
Holy Land Institute for Deaf and Blind—Serving needs of students with multiple disabilities.
Water for All in Fiji—Providing water tanks in five communities and one school in Fiji..
Envelopes at Welcome Desk or pop a coin in the box by the font.