BUILDING WORK UNDERWAY – UPDATE
Site Safety, Parking & Speed Limit
Fences and signage have now been erected around the church grounds and there is reduced access to vehicles along the south side of the Church (where the big grass strip is and the road down to the main road). Please take extra care when driving up or down. There will be walkways constructed to ensure that everyone can make their way around the site safely. You may find that the office car parks are limited during the day as we now have staff from all three offices using this space. And finally, we do ask that you keep to the 5km/phr speed limit when driving on the Karori Anglican grounds.
Fancourt Street – Restricted Parking – Monday to Friday 7am-5pm
Under the traffic management plan, parking is restricted on Fancourt Street Monday-Friday 7am-5pm. If you do park there and a truck is trying to get through they will tow your car around the corner. Obviously this slows down the building work, so please be mindful of where you park.
SMASH office is now co-located with the Karori Anglican Office. They have their own entrance, around the far side of the building. Our Early Childhood Centre is accessed via steps down beside the office for the duration of the build. As we are operating in a more condensed environment, please expect during any weekday visits to see more activity around the site and shared use of spaces including the kitchen and prayer room in the office building.
We are extremely grateful to individuals and families for their faithful generosity to this project. In the last two and a half years over $700,000 has been gifted by parishioners to this project. Although we have borrowed money in order to get this project started, we believe that God’s plan for us is to be debt free, so do continue to uphold our fundraising and construction efforts in you prayers.
An easy way to support us (if you are on social media), is to like, follow and share our Facebook or Instagram pages.
We continue to fundraise for Te Korōria, and there are many ways you can give or get involved in fundraising, just get in touch with Kate Kate@karorianglican.org.nz if you want to know more.
CHRISTMAS BOX FOR THE WHEELERS – LAST CHANCE TO DONATE!
If you would like to donate towards an item for the Wheeler’s Christmas Box before we send it to Kapuna then please email Vanessa firstname.lastname@example.org and she will let you know what the Wheeler’s are currently in need of. Or, if you would prefer to donate cash towards these items (or postage) then please arrange a direct payment into the Karori Anglican bank account and note Wheelers as the reference. Thank you!
ECO CHURCH NATIONAL HUI – POSTPONED
The Eco Church National Hui has been postponed BUT on Saturday, 30 October from 3-5:30pm at St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Steyne Ave, Plimmerton, the Wellington Eco Churches and A Rocha group are meeting to share stories and be inspired about what is going on in the Wellington Region. Korero with local Para Kore (zero waste) representatives.
For more information, or to book a ride:
Contact Mike Scrivener 021-081-10750 email@example.com or Stephen 0274-530-000 firstname.lastname@example.org
ECO CHURCH MISSION EVENT – KAITIAKI – KĀKĀ
Lunch and Planting Bee!!!
Sunday, 14 November – Birdwood Reserve, 2pm!
We’d love you to join us after church on Sunday, 14 November for a shared pot lunch in the Parish office (bring a plate) before we head down to Birdwood Reserve to join Karori Kaitiaki – Kākā at 2pm for some weeding, planting and rubbish collecting. Let’s add some extra hands to the fantastic work this community group is doing in the area! This is a kid friendly event, so bring your children and let them see how fun and rewarding caring for God’s creation can be. Please bring spades, garden gloves, and rubbish bags if you have them.
DATA SHOW OPERATORS REQUIRED
We are looking for a few volunteers to assist with operating the data show at the 9am service. If you enjoy being involved and have an eye for detail, then please contact Heidi email@example.com. Full training will be provided. You can always give it a go and then decide if its for you or not!
PROPHETIC LIFESTYLE COURSE
All Mondays in November (1, 8, 15, 22, 29). 7pm–8.30pm
Online zoom course facilitated by Tori Pinfold and Kathleen Andreae.
This course is designed to help you learn to hear God’s voice and respond when he speaks. To participate, please register on the link below. Those registered will be emailed in late October with the zoom link and worksheet for the first session.
If you would like to do this course but can’t at this time – please do follow the link and fill in the form – it has a section to indicate this, that way we can let you know directly when it’s being offered again.
LOSING AND GRIEVING WORKSHOP – RSVP NOW!
A reflective and practical workshop with Alister Hendery
6 November, 9.30am—3.30pm
This workshop will be suitable for anyone who wishes to reflect on their own experiences of loss and for people who want to support others who grieve.
RSVP: please register your attendance by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: Karori Baptist Church, 161 Karori Road
Refreshments provided. BYO Lunch. Koha appreciated.
MOVIE FUNDRAISER FOR THE WHEELERS
Pauatahanui Anglican are hosting two movie fundraiser evenings in early November to raise funds for the Wheelers in Kapuna. At Level 2 only 54 tickets per session can be sold, so there will be a double-billing of movies over two nights so that there are 108 possible tickets to sell.
- The first is Juniper a New Zealand film. This will screen at 5pm on Sunday, 7 November at Lighthouse Pauatahanui (doors open at 4:15pm).
- The second option is The Rose Maker. This is a French film and will screen at 8:30pm on Monday, 8 November, also at Lighthouse Pauatahanui (doors open at 7:45pm).
EARLY BIRD RATES AVAILABLE UNTIL 30 NOVEMBER 2021
New Wine 2022 : 20-24 January (Wgtn Anniversary weekend) at Kapiti
Karori Anglican will be attending the upcoming New Wine Summer Festival and we do hope that you can all join us! We will be camping onsite, eating meals and spending quality time together, as well as attending fantastic worship sessions, workshops, and listening to speakers from all over New Zealand. To find out more and to register go to New Wine’s website https://newwine.org.nz/summer-festivals/
NOTE: Early bird rates are available for full time attendees who pay in full by 30 November 2021.
- Face masks aren’t compulsory but are recommended.
- You can mix with friends and whānau but please be considerate of others and leave enough space for people to keep their distance if they want to.
- On arrival it is mandatory you sign in through the Covid Tracer App or write your details on a Record Keeping Slip.
- Communion will be by one element only.
- Morning tea will be served.
- If you are sick please stay at home.
FRIDAY NIGHT YOUTH
The Collective Youth is on this Friday from 7pm. Meeting at the Activity Room by way of the back steps.
WOULD YOU LIKE A KARORI ANGLICAN CAP?
We are thinking of getting some caps printed and want to know how many of you might be interested in purchasing them before we place an order. We thought they would be great to wear when we are out in the community working on mission projects (like with Karori Kaitiaki – cleaning up the environment) and we will also be super sun smart! The cap will be a dark navy blue with our Karori Anglican logo on the front. The cost will be $20 per cap. Could you please let Heidi know ASAP if you are interested in purchasing one (or more) – we need a minimum of 30 to place an order.
ST MARY’S CHURCH PEWS
Pews are still available to purchase and we have also opened up sales to the general public.
Request a pricing schedule via email to email@example.com