Monthly Archives: October 2013

Sunday 27 October

Let the favour of the Lord our God be upon us, and prosper for us the work of our hands – O prosper the work of our hands! (Ps 90: 16-17)

WELCOME AND NOTICES

CALL TO WORSHIP:
God, who calls us to find meaningful work for our hands and our lives,
calls us also to see work in its proper perspective,
as a necessary and important part of life,
but not as a measure of life’s worth.

As we seek God’s Spirit moving among and within us,
may we hear the call to relationship ~
both with God and other people, as the real measure of life;
and may we be given insight to respond to that call
with all of our creative powers.

HYMN: God Who Gives to Life (Tune: Blaenwern WOV 165ii)
God who gives to life its goodness,
God creator of all joy,
God who gives to us our freedom,
God who blesses tool and toy:
teach us now to laugh and praise you,
deep within, your praises sing
till the whole creation dances
for the goodness of its king.

God who fills the earth with beauty,
God who binds each friend to friend,
God who names us co-creators
God who wills that chaos end:
grant us now creative spirits,
minds responsive to your mind,
hearts and wills your reign extending
all our acts by love refined. © W. Farquharson (VU)

OPENING PRAYER & THE LORD’S PRAYER

Learn Come and Find the Quiet Centre

STORY-TIME

READINGS: Exodus 20:1-2, 8-11 Anneke Howie
Responsive Reading – From a paraphrase of Psalm 90 (on the screen)
Mark 2: 23-28 Jeannette Beaumont

SONG: Come and Find the Quiet Centre
Come and find the quiet centre
in the crowded life we lead,
find the room for hope to enter,
find the frame where we are freed:
clear the chaos and the clutter,
clear our eyes, that we can see
all the things that really matter,
be at peace, and simply be.

Silence is a friend who claims us,
cools the heat and slows the pace,
God it is who speaks and names us,
knows our being, touches base,
making space within our thinking,
lifting shades to show the sun,
raising courage when we’re shrinking,
finding scope for faith begun.

In the Spirit let us travel,
open to each other’s pain,
let our lives and fears unravel,
celebrate the space we gain:
there’s a place for deepest dreaming,
there’s a time for heart to care,
in the Spirit’s lively scheming
there is always room to spare! © Shirley Murray (FFS)

SERMON: Our calling and our work

THE OFFERING
We trust O God that there are things we can do and bring and say and sing. We can sing for joy, we can say a prayer, we can bring our love and we can do our share. As we present our offering today we do so with hearts of thanksgiving, that it may be used for your purposes in our congregation, in the wider church, and in our neighbourhoods and world. We ask your blessing upon us and these gifts we pray, in Jesus’ name. Amen.

HYMN: Sing to Celebrate the City (Tune: Bithynia WOV 363)
Sing to celebrate the city!
Sing the lives of people there,
sing the work of skill and beauty,
all who serve and all who care.
In the dictates of the dollar,
in the systems where we live,
find the currency of kindness,
eyes to smile and hearts to give.

We who are the city’s traffic,
driving, driven, keeping pace,
name the God who makes us neighbours,
give our faith a human face;
in the workplace of God’s people,
in the highrise and the home
our agenda is for justice –
changing lives for good to come.

Celebrate the art of living!
Every colour, every sport,
every cultures dance and music,
every truth that that love has taught –
be for God within the city,
life and loving are not priced:
light the lights of joyful worship,
set the table for the Christ! © Shirley Murray (AA)

WE GREET ONE ANOTHER

THE PRAYERS OF THE PEOPLE

HYMN: There’s a Spirit in the Air (Tune: Lauds)
There’s a Spirit in the air,
telling Christians everywhere:
“Praise the love that Christ revealed,
living, working in our world.”

Lose your shyness, find your tongue
tell the world what God has done:
God in Christ has come to stay.
Live tomorrow’s life today!

When believers break the bread,
when a hungry child is fed,
praise the love that Christ revealed,
living, working in our world.

Still the Spirit gives us light,
seeing wrong and setting right:
God in Christ has come to stay.
Live tomorrow’s life today!

When a stranger’s not alone,
where the homeless find a home,
praise the love that Christ revealed,
living, working in our world. © Brian Wren (VU)

THE BLESSING

Lord you have been our refuge from one generation to another.
Before the mountains were brought forth, or the earth and the world were made: you are God, from age to age everlasting.
Teach us to know how few are our days: that we may apply our hearts to wisdom. Satisfy us in the morning with your constant love: so that we may rejoice and be glad all the days of our life.
Show your servants your work: and let their children see your glory.
May your favour O Lord our God be upon us: and prosper the work of our hands, O prosper the work of our hands.

HYMN: Lord of All Hopefulness (Tune: Slane (2) WOV 557)
Lord of all hopefulness, Lord of all joy,
whose trust, ever childlike, no cares can destroy,

be there at our waking, and give us, we pray,
your bliss in our hearts, Lord, at the break of the day.

Lord of all eagerness, Lord of all faith,
whose strong hands were skilled at the plane and the lathe,
be there at our labours, and give us, we pray,
your strength in our hearts, Lord, at the noon of the day.

Lord of all kindliness, Lord of all grace,
your hands swift to welcome, your arms to embrace,
be there at our homing, and give us, we pray,
your love in our hearts, Lord, at the eve of the day.

Lord of all gentleness, Lord of all calm,
whose voice is contentment, whose presence is balm,
be there at our sleeping, and give us, we pray,
your peace in our hearts, Lord, at the end of the day.
© Oxford University Press (WOV)

NOTICES
A very warm welcome to all who worship with us today. Please stay for morning tea after the service.

BACON FUNDRAISER: All orders are due in TODAY (money with order please). Cost: $8 per pack. Delivery: first week in November. Joan Mac 337 1648.

DEADLINE FOR ARTICLES FOR NEXT MAGAZINE is Sunday 10th November. Anneke is looking for contributions NOW. Please email them to: anneke.howie@gmail.com or post to 5 Simeon Quay, Lyttelton 8082. Queries? Phone Anneke on 328 7459.

WEDNESDAY WALKERS 30th October: meet 9.30am cnr Wilsons/Beckford Rds. Coffee at Café Mint. June 332 8874.

CRAFTY CRAFTERS Thursdays 10am -12 noon at Beckenham Methodist. $3 per session. Beverley 332 7786.

PARISH OFFICE HOURS: Wednesday & Thursday 9am – 12 noon and Friday 9-11am. Phone 332 6192 or email stmartpresch@xtra.co.nz. Website: www.stmartins.org.nz
HUB NEWS: This week’s information is displayed in the Lounge.

FOOTCARE CLINIC: Next Session Monday 9th December 1-4pm at Beckenham Methodist. Please book through the Parish Office.

CHRISTMAS MARKET STALL Sunday 1st December. Fireside would be very grateful for any contributions from the congregation.
BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK: Sun 27th Allison; Tony.

Hub Activities for the week 27th October – 3rd November

St James’ Presbyterian Church
Sun 27 Oct 12 noon LA LA LACs lunch
Tues 29 Oct 9.30am Tuesday Kidz in Hall Lounge
Thurs 31 Oct 9.45am Discussion Group at Stephanie’s
Fri 1 Nov 4.30pm Friday Kidz in Kidz Live Room
Sun 3 Nov 10am Action Church – ‘All Saints’

St Martin’s Presbyterian Church
NB: all events at Beckenham Methodist, Malcolm Ave, unless otherwise specified.
Wed 30 Oct 9.30am Walking Group. Meet cnr Wilsons & Beckford
Rds. Coffee at Cafe Mint. June 332 8874
Thu 31 Oct 10am-12noon Crafty Crafters. $3 per session. New faces always
welcome. Beverley 332 7786
Sun 3 Nov 9am Communion

Hoon Hay Presbyterian Church
Tues 29 Oct 10.00am Mainly Music. Eleanor 960 4824
Weds 30 Oct 10.00 am Craft Group. Linda 322 4437
7.00 pm Scottish Country Dancing. David 322 7954
Thurs 31 Oct 9.30am & 10.40am Tai Chi for seniors in lounge. Brian 338 6228
7.30 pm Spreydon Indoor Bowls. Pat 353 0265
Fri 1 Nov 7.00pm Lift Youth Group. Matt 027 3890000

Cashmere Hills Presbyterian Church
Sun 27 Oct 11.30am Healing Service
12noon Parish Luncheon
5.00pm Sunday Night Lights
Wed 30 Oct 10.00am Forum – a group to discuss and reflect on the
previous Sunday’s Readings and Sermon. All Welcome
Thurs 31 Oct 10.30am – 12 noon Prayer Group at 20 Major Aiken Drive

Sun 3 Nov 3-5pm Neighbourhood Week community barbecue in
association with Cashmere Residents
Association. Refreshments, activities and
information from Civil Defence and associated
agencies. Come join us for a snack and a chat,
and enjoy meeting more neighbours.

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Sunday 20 October 2013

This morning we welcome Cassie Welch ~ Community Development Worker ~ who is working with small Focus Groups in parishes, including us.
WELCOME AND NOTICES
GATHERING: adapted from John Weir
Who is moving through the silence, gentle as the summer rain?
Who is beckoning from the doorway, asking us to come on out?
God, we see your presence in the eyes of those who love, in the actions of those who care;
in the streets of little towns, in the shadows of the city,
where we gather in your name.

HYMN: God of History – Recent, Ancient (Tune: Hyfrydol) God of history – recent, ancient –
God of every yesterday,
still our God in this day’s moments,
where we go and where we stay:
You have set us in this context,
time, relationship, and place,
hear our praise and glad thanksgiving
for all signs of present grace.

You have called us from division
into unity and hope.
Each and all belong together
in the world’s kaleidoscope.
Help us listen to the voices
daring us to be and do
what you plan for church and people,
loving others, praising you.

How are we, then, called to answer
as we work and as we live,
called to justice, called to mission,
learning to receive and give?
Shall we build a bridge of promise?
Tear down walls that split, divide?
Fling wide doorways, open windows?
Let the Spirit come inside?

God, you point us toward the future
where Christ leads and shows the way.
Here and now, work not yet finished
needs our strength and will today.
Thus we move into tomorrow,
called to live and work and be
reconcilers, pilgrim people,
called by Christ, by Christ set free. © JP Huber (ASF)

OPENING PRAYER

TIME WITH THE CHILDREN

SONG: The Church is Wherever God’s People
The church is wherever God’s people are singing
sharing good news with a song and a voice.
The church is where we as Christ’s followers are telling
our stories of faith and our message, rejoice!

The church is wherever God’s people are laughing,
finding God’s blessing in every new face.
The church is now moving in different directions,
with Christ as our guide in a trail filled with grace.

The church is not found in one place or one building,
frozen in memories from long, long ago.
The church is exploring adventures of living
that free us to follow new paths God will show.
New words from Mead Baldwin © 2013 (Gathering)

READING AND COMMENT: Micah 6:4-8 – Lyndsey McKay

HYMN: Sing to Celebrate the City (Tune: WOV 92)
Sing to celebrate the city!
Sing the lives of people there,
sing the work of skill and beauty,
all who serve and all who care.
In the dictates of the dollar,
in the systems where we live,
find the currency of kindness,
eyes to smile and hearts to give.

We who are the city’s traffic,
driving, driven, keeping pace,
name the God who makes us neighbours,
give our faith a human face;
in the workplace of God’s people,
in the highrise and the home
our agenda is for justice –
changing lives for good to come.

Celebrate the art of living!
Every colour, every sport,
every cultures dance and music,
every truth that that love has taught –
be for God within the city,
life and loving are not priced:
light the lights of joyful worship,
set the table for the Christ! © Shirley Murray (AA)

A CONVERSATION WITH CASSIE

THE OFFERING
God, as we come to ask your blessing on these gifts of money and food, we are conscious of what you have given us: the gift of life and love, support for each day and guidance for living, opportunities for service and examples of caring.
We respond to your generosity when we share your goodness with others. We respond to your generosity when we share our lives with others. Amen.

THE PRAYERS OF THE PEOPLE & THE LORD’S PRAYER

HYMN: Putting People First
Speaking up for those who cannot speak,
reaching out to the poor and the weak,
changing systems that prison the mind,
bringing hope and liberty;
putting people,
putting people,
putting people first for a change.

Standing tall with those who stand alone,
in solidarity;
it is the work of Jesus Christ,
it is the work for me.

Working hard for change, not charity,
making the blind ones see;
it is the work of Jesus Christ,
it is the work for me.

Letting go that others may enjoy,
teaching true community:
It is the work of Jesus Christ,
it is the work for me. © Colin Gibson (for 50th Anniversary of CWS)

THE BLESSING

BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK: Sun 20th Fern; Tue 22nd Bruce, Lesley, Cynthia; Wed 23rd Lyn; Fri 25th Warren, Jim.

NOTICES A very warm welcome to all who worship with us today. Please stay for morning tea after the service.
DEADLINE FOR ARTICLES FOR NEXT MAGAZINE is Sunday 10th November. Anneke is looking for contributions NOW. Please email them to: anneke.howie@gmail.com or post to 5 Simeon Quay, Lyttelton 8082. Queries? Phone Anneke on 328 7459.
BACON FUNDRAISER: All orders due in by next Sunday (money with order please) and it would help increase funds for the church if anyone who is able could take orders from friends. Cost: $8 per pack. Delivery: first week in November. Order forms are available from Joan Mac 337 1648.
FIRESIDE meets this Tuesday 22nd October at Joan Scott’s home 7.30pm to hear more about Anneke’s recent trip. All welcome. Margaret 366 2939.
WEDNESDAY WALKERS 23rd October: We are venturing out to West Melton (map to be emailed). Carpool from 43 St Martins Rd 8.55am or arrange to combine cars yourselves. Heather & Trevor’s daughter Sandra is kindly hosting us for morning tea. Donations to the Special Olympics. Sonya 339 7038.
CARING & SHARING meets on Wednesday 23rd October 2pm at Beckenham Methodist. Everyone is very welcome. Irene 332 7306.
CRAFTY CRAFTERS meets every Thursday 10am -12 noon in the Beckenham Methodist Lounge. $3 per session. New faces are always welcome. Please contact Beverley 332 7786 for more information.
PARISH OFFICE HOURS: Wednesday & Thursday 9am – 12 noon and Friday 9-11am. Phone 332 6192 or email stmartpresch@xtra.co.nz. Location: St Anne’s Anglican Church, 7 Wilsons Rd (at the rear of the site near the sandpit). Website: www.stmartins.org.nz
HUB NEWS: This week’s information is displayed in the Lounge.
FOOTCARE CLINIC: Next Session Monday 25th November 1-4pm at Beckenham Methodist. Please book through the Parish Office.
CHRISTMAS MARKET STALL Sunday 1st December. Fireside would be very grateful for any contributions from the congregation.
NEW ROSTER for readers out now – please check to see if there’s a copy for you

Hub Activities for the week 20th – 27th October

St James’ Presbyterian Church
Tues 22 Oct 9.30am Tuesday Kidz in Hall Lounge
7.30pm Parish Council meeting
Thurs 24 Oct 9.45am Discussion Group at Stephanie’s
Fri 25 Oct 12 noon Community Lunch at Whareora, Athelstan St
4.30pm Friday Kidz in Kidz Live Room
Sun 27 Oct 12 noon LA LA LACs lunch
12noon BBQ lunch at Cashmere Church

St Martin’s Presbyterian Church
NB: all events at Beckenham Methodist, Malcolm Ave, unless otherwise specified.
Tue 22 Oct 7.30pm Fireside Women’s Group at Joan’s 338 8700
Wed 23 Oct 9.30am Walking Group. June 332 8874
2pm Caring & Sharing. Phone Office 332 6192 for details
Thu 24 Oct 10am-12noon Crafty Crafters. $3 per session. New faces always
welcome. Beverley 332 7786
Sun 27 Oct 9am Morning Worship

Hoon Hay Presbyterian Church
Mon 21 Oct 9.30am & 10.40am Tai Chi in lounge. Brian 338 6228
7.30 pm Spreydon Indoor Bowls. Pat 353 0265
Tues 22 Oct 10.00am Mainly Music. Eleanor 960 4824
Weds 23 Oct 10.00 am Craft Group. Linda 322 4437
7.00 pm Scottish Country Dancing. David 322 7954
Thurs 24 Oct 9.30am & 10.40am Tai Chi for seniors in lounge. Brian 338 6228
7.30 pm Spreydon Indoor Bowls. Pat 353 0265
Fri 25 Oct 7.00pm Lift Youth Group – contact Matt 027 3890000

Cashmere Hills Presbyterian Church
Mon 21 Oct 9.30am Pre-School Music
Wed 23 Oct 10.00am Forum – a group to discuss and reflect on the
previous Sunday’s Readings and Sermon. All Welcome
Thurs 24 Oct 10.30am – 12 noon Prayer Group at 20 Major Aiken Drive
Sun 27 Oct 11.30am Healing Service
5.00pm Sunday Night Lights

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Sunday 13 October 2013

WELCOME AND NOTICES

CALL TO WORSHIP: (adapted from Psalm 66)
Praise God, with shouts of joy, all people.
Sing about the glory of his name!
Shout joyful praises to God, all the earth!
Tell the world how glorious he is.
Praise God, whose presence has been with the faithful in times past.
With the people of Israel when they escaped from Egypt,
with the immigrants and refugees coming into the land of promise.
Praise God, whose care is for each person, struggling or free.

HYMN: O Worship the King
O Worship the King all-glorious above,
O gratefully sing God’s power and God’s love,
our Shield and Defender, the Ancient of Days,
pavilioned in splendour, and girded with praise.

The earth with its store of wonders untold,
Almighty, your power has founded of old,
has stablished it fast by a changeless decree,
and round it has cast, like a mantle, the sea.

Your bountiful care, what tongue can recite?
It breathes in the air, it shines in the light;
it streams from the hills, it descends to the plain,
and sweetly distils in the dew and the rain.

Frail children of dust, and feeble as frail.
in you do we trust, nor find you to fail;
your mercies how tender, how firm to the end,
our Maker, Defender, Redeemer, and Friend! (C/A)

OPENING PRAYERS

STORY-TIME

READINGS: Jeremiah 29: 1, 4–7 Herb Madgwick
Luke 17: 11–19 Catherine Fitchett

HYMN: Who is my mother?
Who is my brother?
All those who gather round Jesus Christ:
Spirit-blown people
born from the Gospel
sit at the table, round Jesus Christ.

Differently abled,
differently labelled
widen the circle round Jesus Christ,
crutches and stigmas,
cultures’ enigmas
all come together round Jesus Christ.

Love will relate us –
colour or status
can’t segregate us round Jesus Christ:
family failings,
human derailings,
all are accepted, round Jesus Christ.

Bound by one vision,
met for one mission
we claim each other, round Jesus Christ.
Here is my mother,
here is my brother,
kindred in Spirit, round Jesus Christ. © Shirley Murray (AA)

SERMON: Jesus in the Borderlands – again!

THE OFFERING
God, we bring our gifts with thanksgiving; we bring our gifts seeking wholeness and healing – for the earth and all its creatures.
May these gifts go to work in the homes of our church community.
May these gifts go to work in our communities and in places far from here; among those we know and those whose names we will never know.
Bless these gifts, as we dedicate ourselves to the healing, reconciling work of Jesus Christ. Amen.

HYMN: Every Day I Will Offer You
Every day I will offer you,
loving God, my heart and mind,
every way I discover you
in the work your hand has signed;
help me see I’m your image, and
you have dreamed what I might be,
every day in your Spirit,
I’ll find the love and energy!

Every day I will look to Christ,
and give thanks for wine and bread
through the pain and the emptiness
where your world cries to be fed;
help me see I can work for change,
and wherever I might be,
every day in your Spirit,
I’ll find the love and energy!

Every day I will take your word,
answer your compassion’s claim,
celebrate every sign of hope,
every deed done in your name;
help me see you are always there,
and your light can shine through me,
every day in your Spirit,
I’ll find the love and energy! © Shirley Murray (AA)

WE GREET ONE ANOTHER

THE PRAYERS OF THE PEOPLE

JIM COTTER’S PRAYER
Eternal Spirit, Earth-Maker, Pain-Bearer, Life-Giver,
Source of all that is and that shall be, Father and Mother of us all,
Loving God, in whom is heaven.
The hallowing of your name echo through the universe!
The way of your justice and peace be followed by the peoples of the world! Your heavenly will be done by all created beings!
Your commonwealth of peace and freedom sustain our hope and come on earth.
With the bread we need for today, feed us.
In the hurts we absorb from one another, forgive us.
In times of temptation and test, strengthen us.
From the grip of all that is evil, free us.
For you reign in the glory and power that is love,
now and forever. Amen.

HYMN: All the Wonder That Surrounds Us
All the wonder that surrounds us
springs from God’s care:
all that marvels or confounds us,
raw, rich or rare;
touch and texture, sights and voices,
nature’s countless forms and choices:
all for which the heart rejoices
springs from God’s care.

Every creature, every human
lives by God’s grace:
every family, man and woman,
culture and race;
those whom fortune seems to favour,
those exploited for their labour,
those who need to know a neighbour
live by God’s grace.

God has willed that peace and justice
walk hand in hand.
These, with love, shall build foundations
on which we’ll stand:
love for lover, friend and stranger,
love defying death and danger,
love as first born in a manger –
heaven close at hand. © WGRG, The Iona Community(GIA Publications)

THE BLESSING

NOTICES
A very warm welcome to all who worship with us today. Please stay for morning tea after the service.

FOOTCARE CLINIC: Next Session TOMORROW 1-4pm at Beckenham Methodist. Please contact Lyndsey 388 1264 if you would like to help.

CUPPA & CHAT: Tuesdays & Wednesdays 10am – 12 noon in the Lounge at Beckenham Methodist. All welcome. Aubrey 930 2525.

WEDNESDAY WALKERS 16th October: Ilam Gardens Gold Card Special. Catch the Orbiter departing St Martins at 9.08am (parking near the University is very limited, though is a Pay Park by Ngaio Marsh Theatre). Meet at the bus shelter by the Garden entrance in Ilam Rd. June 332 8874.

COMBINED MEETING of Session & Board of Managers on Wednesday 16th October at 7.30pm.

CRAFTY CRAFTERS meets every Thursday 10am -12 noon in the Beckenham Methodist Lounge. $3 per session. New faces are always welcome. Please contact Beverley 332 7786 for more information.

BACON FUNDRAISER: Fireside is again offering Hellers Short Cut Middle Bacon 400 gm (12-14 slices) at $8 per pack. Order by Sunday 27th October (money with order please) and it would help increase funds for the church if anyone who is able could take orders from friends. Delivery: first week in November. Order forms are available from Joan Mac 337 1648.

DEADLINE FOR ARTICLES FOR NEXT MAGAZINE is Sunday 10th November. Anneke is looking for contributions NOW. Please email them to: anneke.howie@gmail.com or post to 5 Simeon Quay, Lyttelton 8082. Queries? Phone Anneke on 328 7459.

PARISH OFFICE HOURS: Wednesday & Thursday 9am – 12 noon and Friday 9-11am. Phone 332 6192 or email stmartpresch@xtra.co.nz. Location: St Anne’s Anglican Church, 7 Wilsons Rd (at the rear of the site near the sandpit).
Website: www.stmartins.org.nz

HUB NEWS: This week’s information is displayed in the Lounge.

CHRISTMAS MARKET STALL Sunday 1st December. Fireside would be very grateful for any contributions from the congregation.

BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK: Sunday 13th Jenny; Friday 18th Barbara.

Hub Activities for the week 13th – 20th October 2013

St James’ Presbyterian Church
Mon 14 Oct 7.30pm Men’s Muster in Hall Lounge
7.30pm Craft Group in Church Lounge
Tues 15 Oct 9.30am Tuesday Kidz in Hall Lounge
Thurs 17 Oct 8.30am-4.30pm ‘The Temptations of Christ’ at Westside Apostolic Church, 13 Watts Rd, Sockburn
9.45am Discussion Group
7.30pm Women Journeying at Helen’s,134 William Brittan Ave. Ann Brown speaking about her time in a Vietnam orphanage earlier this year.
Fri 18 Oct 9.30am-1.30pm followed by lunch, Kiwi Christianity Hui at North City Church, 95A Sawyers Arms Rd, Papanui. $20/day. Register on website (talk to Stephanie)
4.30pm Friday Kidz in Kidz Live Room
Sat 19 Oct 10.30-3.30pm Kiwi Christianity Hui – as above
Sun 20 Oct 12 noon We are invited to a BBQ at Cashmere Presbyterian. You may like to bring a contribution to the meal.

St Martin’s Presbyterian Church
NB: all events at Beckenham Methodist, Malcolm Ave, unless otherwise specified.
Mon 14 Oct 1-4pm Foot Clinic. Lyndsey 388 1264
Tue 15 Oct 10am-12noon Cuppa & Chat. Aubrey 930 2525
Wed 16 Oct 9.30am Walking Group at Ilam Gardens. June 332 8874
10am-12noon Cuppa & Chat. Aubrey 930 2525
7.30pm Combined meeting of Session & Board of Managers.
Thu 17 Oct 10am-12noon Crafty Crafters. $3 per session. Beverley 332 7786.
Sun 20 Oct 9am Morning Worship

Hoon Hay Presbyterian Church
Mon 14 Oct 9.30am & 10.40am Tai Chi. Brian 338 6228
7.30 pm Spreydon Indoor Bowls. Pat 353 0265
Wed 16 Oct 1.00 pm Ladies Indoor Bowls. Sheila 960 4412
7.00 pm Scottish Country Dancing. David 322 7954
Thurs 17 Oct 9.30am & 10.40am Tai Chi. Brian 338 6228
7.30 pm Spreydon Indoor Bowls Contact Pat 353 0265
Fri 18 Oct 7.00pm Lift Youth Group – contact Matt 027 3890000
Sat 19 Oct 1.30pm Hoon Hay Indoor Bowls. Brian 338 4488

Cashmere Hills Presbyterian Church
Wed 16 Oct 2pm Cashmere APW in Lounge

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