News for Sunday 4 September 2016

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

Afternoon Fellowship
Wednesday 7 September 1.30 pm in the Prayer Room—Sheila Reed.  
All welcome. 

The Tower
The certificate of compliance has now been given for the work on the tower.  So we are now officially ‘finished.’  Although this improves the earthquake resilience of the tower the church remains earthquake prone.  Thank you for your support and your financial contributions that have made it possible.

Ian Millard Chair of Fundraising Campaign.

The Whakaahuru Singers seeking more singers
The Whakaahuru Singers sing, by request, at the bedside of people who are receiving palliative care or otherwise approaching the end of life.  Our singing offers comfort and relaxation to patients, a connection with community and a feeling of support which extends to family and caregivers.
We are currently seeking more singers to join our group.  If you feel you would like to be part of this committed group of singers please check out our website  or contact us at

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.

Karori Food Bank
Do you need help or know of someone who needs help?  Contact the Karori Food Bank for emergency food parcels.  Ph 476 3455.

Kapiti—19 to 23 JANUARY 2017
“Your Love Cries Out…. because your love is better than life.”  Ps 63

This is our church camp and there is a programme for all ages 0-99!  The Kapiti summer festival is about our community coming together, getting to know one another, laughing, worshipping, becoming equipped for the year ahead where together we seek to see God’s kingdom in our everyday lives.

Register now:  Early bird prices close 30 November.  Register at  Note that the maximum cost for families amount has dropped to $480.

We have some accommodation available at a Holiday Home KAC has booked.  Contact Wendy Davidson.