News for Sunday 31 July 2016

Dear Friends in Karori
We have been overwhelmed with your wonderful generosity in the form of clothing, shoes and practical gardening maintenance help.  Taita has been truly blessed and those at St Matthew’s know that when a cry goes out for help God certainly responds!  We pray a blessing on all that you do and may  the care and compassion that you have extended toward your brothers and sisters in other areas return multiplied to you.
Robyn McLay

Note:  the OP shop is now full of the wonderful donations made and no more donations are needed at this time.

John’s Open Office
There is no open office this week.

Barnabas Fund NZ Tour
Rev Paul Mursalin, International Director (Acting) of Barnabas Fund.
Karori Anglican Church 7-9 pm Friday 12 August.  All welcome.

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

'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.  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.

Afternoon Fellowship
Wednesday 3 August 1.30 pm in the Prayer Room.  All welcome.

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, john@karorianglican.org.nz