News for Sunday 7 August 2016

Evensong Service Tonight
Evensong at 6 pm, followed by a light supper.

Barnabas Fund NZ Tour
Rev Paul Mursalin, International Director (Acting) of Barnabas Fund.  Karori Anglican Church 7-9 pm Friday 12 August.  Paul will be speaking on the persecuted church in Africa, the Middle East, Asia and South East Asia.  All welcome.

Helpers Needed for Supper
Supper will be served after the talk by Rev Mursalin on 12 August.  We need volunteers to serve.  Some biscuits will be provided by the church but some home baking would be appreciated.  Contact Gordon 476 8978 ex 2.

Seasons for Growth
The next Seasons for Growth programme starts Tuesday
11 October for six weekly sessions.  To register contact Bridgett Parkin
934 1811 or

Rev Robyn McLay, St Matthews, Taita, needs two beds with mattresses and a lawnmower in good condition (a push mower would do).  Contact Mike 970 3069

‘Dangerous Conversations’ 
The Wellington Cathedral of St Paul is hosting a lunchtime lecture series entitled ‘Dangerous Conversations’.  Every Wednesday in August, 12.30-1.30 pm.  The series focuses on four of the critical challenges facing New Zealand – the housing crisis, low wages, gender inequality, and the limitations of traditional models of charity in meeting social needs.

John’s Open Office
John will be down at Café on the Square (beside the Library) every Tuesday from 3.30 pm if you want to drop by and speak to him.

The Order of Abraham and Sarah
God doesn’t have a retirement age!  
Are you 60+, retired and wanting to risk an adventure for the Kingdom of God and the Church?  Be part of a team of leaders that bring wisdom and maturity, skills, abilities and time.  Contact Vicar John, 476 8978,

The 5 Love Languages
An invitation has been extended by Father Ron Bennet of St Teresa’s, Karori for anyone who would like to attend a seminar on the 5 Love Languages in Marriage.  It starts with a light lunch followed by an afternoon of talks demonstrating the 5 love languages.  Sunday 28 August 11.30 am-4.30 pm, St Thomas More Church, 30 Worcester Street, Wilton.  Contact: by 19 August.