Monday, 17 September 2018

Thought for the week – Rev Ian Faulkner

Obeying the call of Wisdom, embracing God’s instruction, watching how we use our tongues, taking up our crosses and following Jesus – these are the themes that come together in the Lectionary this week.  They may seem diverse, but they all come together under the label of integrity.  This quality marks a life that is true, just, gracious and compassionate. May the words we speak and sing in worship become the actions and attitudes of our lives.
Acknowledgement:  Sacredise 2018.

Sing-a-long for Fun & Joy.

Starting 21 October 2018, following the Sunday service, Prue will be leading a sing-a-long for everyone who would like to take part.   Songs of your own choosing, may be even Christmas Carols.  The more the merrier.  Sing-a-long for Fun & Joy, once a month.   11.30-1.15pm

Saturday, 15 September 2018

Film Evening: Darkest Hour

Parishioners, family and friends are welcome come and see ‘Darkest Hour’ when is shown at Trinity-at-Waiake on 21 September at 7.00pm.
This acclaimed true story about Winston Churchill who assumes power in the days when Hitler is storming across Europe.
King George and the Conservative Party are skeptical that this change will help in the job of defeating the Nazis and saving England from invasion.
Gary Oldman won best actor for his performance as Churchill and the film won an Oscar as best film.
Tea and coffee will be served at supper. A gold coin donation would be appreciated to offset costs.

Look forward to seeing you there