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Sunday 26 May 2019

A very warm welcome to you all this morning. After the service please come through to the Lounge for a cuppa and a time to talk.  Many thanks to Rev Hugh Perry for leading our worship.

Crafty Crafters: Meets on Thursdays in the Church lounge 10am-12noon. New faces are always welcome. $3 per session. Contact Lyndsey 388 1264 for more information.

Help fill the Pantry at Waltham Cottage:

‘Thank you’ for a super bumper lot of groceries that was contributed last week. It certainly helped fill some of the space in the cupboard. With the colder weather and the need for warm nourishing food, Adrienne suggests the following: Baked beans, breakfast cereal, tinned stews, tinned tuna, soups, jams, biscuits, pasta and noodles along with chickpeas and tinned tomatoes. Everything you contribute is so gratefully received. Please keep it coming.  Many thanks.

Irene Gray, Session Clerk.

Court Theatre trip Thursday 19th September 6.30pm to see “The Pink Hammer”, a Kiwi comedy. Expressions of interest to Sue Saunders 960 7657 please. Cost will be c$49 & discount available for Super Gold Card holders.

Bacon Fundraiser: Joanwill be picking up the bacon tomorrow. All money owing must be handed to her TODAY please.

Wednesday Walkers 29th May: Meet 9.30am at Elmwood Park in Heaton Street for a walk around the area. Coffee at McCafe in Merivale. All welcome. Judith Mackay 027 688 1861.

Fireside: Women are very welcome to join us at any meeting whether they come just occasionally or regularly.   Fireside is “the women’s group” of our church which usually meets on the last Tuesday evening of each month.   We plan to meet at 7.30pm on Tuesday 28th May in the Church Lounge at 43 St Martins Rd.  There will be some planning talk first before Joan and Joan tell us about their recent trip to Adelaide and Melbourne. Enquiries: Margaret ph 366 8936.

St Martins MenzShed based in the Community Building (Old SS Rooms at the back of our section).  We will have an initial meeting MONDAY 27th MAY at 7.15pm to gauge interest in setting up a group to run a menzshed in this area and take the first steps to get this project moving.  Please tell blokes of the neighbourhood about this initiative that will provide a meeting place for men, and we hope will be a place where women will be invited to learn practical skills.

Movie Nights are being planned for NEXT SATURDAY June 1st, then July 6th, August 4th 5.45pm at church – bring your takeaway tea (eg fish and chips) drinks provided, movie starts at 6.15pm and finish at 8pm. 

EcuAction…. The seminar this week was entitled Capitalism and Climate Change.  Charles Drace claimed there appears to be a link between climate change and neo-liberal policies adopted by governments from the 1970’s onward with less government control and free market policies.  Governments appear to be cautious about adopting policy that will reduce carbon emissions.  Most western economies (and others) are dependent on fossil fuel extraction or animal farming which produces greenhouse gases, and we are locked into these systems for economic survival.  There is however hope in the voices of our young people who are demanding change because they see more clearly the disastrous future that awaits the planet as we pay lip service to this issue. 

Jim Consedine spoke from a faith perspective and drew our attention to modern prophet Thomas Berry who said: “The industrial economy is not sustainable.  It is a failing system.  It is closing down the planet in its most basic modes of functioning.”  Jim reminded us that much of our thinking about economies fails to take into account natural processes and the gift of the earth and its resources.  We need to consider human wellbeing and the wellbeing of the natural world alongside company profits.  He also championed Pope Francis and his encyclicals, particularly Laudate Si (On the Care of our Common Home).  Nature can not be regarded as something separate from ourselves, nor as a mere setting in which we live.  Pope Francis encourages us to build an integrated ecology.

Next Thursday Kathleen Gallagher speaks on Climate Change and Water. 5.30 -7.00pm at Knox Church, Bealey Ave.






An evening with John Bell….Five of us from St Martins  joined with others to sing with John Bell and hear some of his wise insights into the importance of singing which links us with God.  John is a member of the Iona Community in Scotland and believes singing is good for our souls.  Too often we have been told we can’t sing so we don’t.  We often feel we have to hit the right notes and do it well, when letting it flow from our hearts is what is needed.  Much of the singing we did together was without accompaniment.  The melodies were often quite simple, but we discovered music unlocks places deep within.






Session Report:

Session noted with thanks the retirement of June Service as our morning tea coordinator….thanks June for  organising and facilitating this ministry!

A 24 page report from General Assembly concerning Euthanasia is available.  If you would like a copy please contact Dugald or the office.

We thanked the St Mark’s/St Anne’s Anglican Parish and Beckenham Methodist Church for their generous gifts to celebrate our return to the church.

Conditions of use contracts have been drawn up for hiring the church complex.  The Session also approved an alcohol policy.

We expect we still have a final bill to pay of approx. $36,000 to the contractors and can report we have money in hand to pay this.

We are slowly building up usage of the complex with regular users now being Sit and Keep Fit, Craft group, Foot Clinic, and a decision by South Elder care to return to the complex when it is secure with fencing. 

A newcomers form has been drawn up and placed in the foyer which we invite newcomers to fill in.   This will give us information to prepare a nametag and facilitate delivery of a newsletter.  We have asked Heather Crew, Janet Dunn, Ken Austin, and Jill Grierson to be people who welcome newcomers, but of course this is something we all need to work at. 

David Beaumont has retired from leading services at Archer Home.  Thank you David for your ministry there.

Dugald will receive the gold card in August this year and is looking to retire early in 2020.  The Presbytery will be approached with a view to setting up a ministry settlement board.

Session will appoint a Child Safety Protection Officer by 1 August.

A proposal to hold a regular afternoon communion service especially for seniors is being examined to see if there would be sufficent interest.

St Martins Meditation Group….  We plan to initiate a group that would learn and practice mediation together.   We will have an initial planning meeting for those interested on Tuesday June 11th at 7.00pm. 

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Sunday 19 May 2019

NOTICES:

A very warm welcome to you all this morning. After the service please come through to the Lounge for a cuppa and a time to talk.

Pathways is a friendship and study group in our congregation which is growing together in faith.  It meets monthly on a Saturday morning for about 90 minutes and this month will begin looking at a series of 5 studies looking at relationships.  We will look at family relationships, church relationships, relating to strangers, broken relationships and how they might be mended, and our relationship with God. 

Members of the group say this is a really good group to belong to and journey with.  It is gentle, relaxed, friendly, and at our level.

If you would be interested in popping along to check out the group this month would be a good time to do this as they start a new series.  Talk to Peggy Cree, Hilary Moore, Elizabeth Penwell, Sue Saunders, Jill Grierson, Margaret Shanks, Alice Shanks or Rob Connell for more information or join us THIS Saturday 25th May at 10am.



Church Cleaning: Every three weeks, the facilities will be cleaned commercially by Moonlighters Cleaning. We are seeking volunteers from the congregation (men and women!) to clean the church plant in the intervening weeks. Please add your name to the list on the clipboard in the foyer if you can help. A list of duties required is also available. Thank you to those who have already volunteered.

Crafty Crafters: Meets on Thursdays in the Church lounge 10am-12noon. New faces are always welcome. $3 per session. Contact Lyndsey 388 1264 for more information.

Family Movie Night Friday 24th May 7pm at Opawa Community Church, cnr

Opawa Rd & Aynsley Tce. This month’s movie is “Robots”. Free entry; drinks & nibbles for sale. All welcome.

Wednesday Walkers 22nd May: Meet 9.30am at the Bus Exchange by Lichfield/Colombo corner. Coffee venue TBC. All welcome. Sonya 027 253 3397.

Bacon Fundraiser: Joanwill be picking up the bacon on Monday 27th May. It would be appreciated if the money owing could be handed in next Sunday please.

EcuAction Seminar Report

This week Colin Meurk spoke about Climate Change and plants.  He reminded us that we will see significant loss of plant and animal life with the latest UN report saying a million species will go extinct by 2050.  As habitat warms and changes in other ways many species will not adapt quickly enough while other species will thrive.  He supports declaring a climate change emergency.  Colin was particularly keen for Christchurch to recognise the wonderful diversity of life found in our city and to declare our city a National Park City as London has done.  He wants to encourage initiatives that help people link more strongly with nature.  He also encourages the growth of native flora and fauna and taking pride in our unique heritage rather than importing plants for our gardens and city spaces.

Fr Frank Kelly spoke from a faith perspective and reminded us of our responsibility as outlined in Genesis 1 to be caretakers and trustees of the earth.  We do not own the earth, God does.  He also commended Pope Francis’s encyclical Laudato Si. (Praise be to You) This is the second encyclical of Pope Francis. The encyclical has the subtitle “on care for our common home”. In it, the Pope critiques consumerism and irresponsible development, laments environmental degradation and global warming, and calls all people of the world to take “swift and unified global action”.

Next Thursday at 5.30pm Charles Drace speaks on Climate Change and Capitalism.






Session Report:

Session noted with thanks the retirement of June Service as our morning tea coordinator….thanks June for  organising and facilitating this ministry!

A 24 page report from General Assembly concerning Euthanasia is available.  If you would like a copy please contact Dugald or the office.

We thanked the St Mark’s/St Anne’s Anglican Parish and Beckenham Methodist Church for their generous gifts to celebrate our return to the church.

Conditions of use contracts have been drawn up for hiring the church complex.  The Session also approved an alcohol policy.

We expect we still have a final bill to pay of approx. $36,000 to the contractors and can report we have money in hand to pay this.

We are slowly building up usage of the complex with regular users now being Sit and Keep Fit, Craft group, Foot Clinic, and a decision by South Elder care to return to the complex when it is secure with fencing. 

A newcomers form has been drawn up and placed in the foyer which we invite newcomers to fill in.   This will give us information to prepare a nametag and facilitate delivery of a newsletter.  We have asked Heather Crew, Janet Dunn, Ken Austin, and Jill Grierson to be people who welcome newcomers, but of course this is something we all need to work at. 

David Beaumont has retired from leading services at Archer Home.  Thank you David for your ministry there.

Dugald will receive the gold card in August this year and is looking to retire early in 2020.  The Presbytery will be approached with a view to setting up a ministry settlement board.

Session will appoint a Child Safety Protection Officer by 1 August.

A proposal to hold a regular afternoon communion service especially for seniors is being examined to see if there would be sufficent interest.

St Martins MenzShed based in the Community Building (Old SS Rooms at the back of our section).  We will have an initial meeting on a Monday May 27th at 7.15pm to gauge interest in setting up a group to run a menzshed in this area and take the first steps to get this project moving.  Please tell blokes of the neighbourhood about this initiative that will provide a meeting place for men, and we hope will be a place where women will be invited to learn practical skills.

St Martins Meditation Group….  We plan to initiate a group that would learn and practice mediation together.   We will have an initial planning meeting for those interested on Tuesday June 11th at 7.00pm.  This is a group for beginners and explorers.  The group would meet in the church complex every week for to practice meditation for 20 minutes and to for a short learning time.   Stillness is a way to hear and know God more closely in our lives.  It is anticipated this will be an ecumenical group using mediation techniques as outlined by the World Community for Christian Meditation.  See www.wccm.org

Movie Nights are being planned forJune 1st, July 6th, August 4th 5.45pm at church – bring your takeaway tea (eg fish and chips) drinks provided, movie starts at 6.15pm and finish at 8pm.  Possible movies on offer:  Paddington, Green Book,  Moana. 

Paddington is a family movie that also has serious messages of the wonders and importance of hospitality.  It is partly animated, but is a fun movie that will bring a smile to your face as Paddington Bear is accepted into the Brown family home in London after travelling there from deepest Peru. 

Green Book is a recently released and widely acclaimed adults movie. It is a 2018 American biographical comedy-drama set in 1962.  The film is inspired by the true story of a tour of the deep south by an African American classical and jazz pianist and his white Italian American driver. 

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Sunday 12th May 2019

NOTICES:

A very warm welcome to you all this morning. After the service please come through to the Lounge for a cuppa and a time to talk.  

Many thanks to the Men’s Group for this morning’s delicious breakfast!

A New MenzShed…. An opportunity has come up to establish a new MenzShed in St Martins.  MenzSheds are a great place for blokes to make new friends and learn new skills especially in retirement years.  There will be a short open meeting at St Martins Presbyterian Church, 43 St Martins Road, on Monday 27th May at 7.15pm to initiate planning to get this project flying.  We aim to set up a small team to do the initial set-up.   If you are excited by this possibility please come, or speak to Dugald.



Church Cleaning: Every three weeks, the facilities will be cleaned commercially by Moonlighters Cleaning. We are seeking volunteers from the congregation (men and women!) to clean the church plant in the intervening weeks.

Please add your name to the list on the clipboard in the foyer if you can help. A list of duties required is also available. Thank You.

Caring for creation

Do you have a tip that you could share with others in our church family about something you do to care for our environment.  Take a photo and give our newsletter editor Anneke a description of what you do.  Let’s encourage one another in this important part of our living out our faith.

Articles are now required for the next ‘Messenger’. Deadline is THIS Friday.

Email: anneke.howie@gmail.com.

Crafty Crafters: Meets on Thursdays in the Church lounge 10am-12noon. New faces are always welcome. $3 per session. Contact Lyndsey 388  1264 for more information.

Session meets this Wednesday 15th May 7.30pm in the church foyer.

Wednesday Walkers 15th May: Meet 9.30am at Westlake Reserve carpark. Coffee at the Old Vicarage. All welcome. Janette & Cyril 021 0756780.

EcuAction Seminar Report

It is clear that climate change is going radically alter life on our planet.  There are going to be more severe storms, land is going to be lost to the rising sea levels, there will be extinction of species and loss of human life.  It is clear that human beings are responsible, mostly in first world rich countries like ours.  But we have shown we can deal with issues like the depletion of the ozone layer through international cooperation and agreements like the Montreal Protocol banning CFC’s.  There is hope.

It is easy to say others must do something, but the reality is we all need to do something NOW.  Putting our heads in the sand is not acceptable to our creator God.  Richard McKenzie an atmospheric physicist spoke at Knox Church last Thursday and told us we have to look at the amount of carbon dioxide we are putting into the atmosphere.  We have to dramatically reduce the use of our petrol driven cars by walking, cycling, car pooling, using public transport, or going electric.  We have to jump on fewer planes.  We have to buy local and food in season so we don’t transport stuff all round the planet.  We have to consume less stuff.   Christians seem to like the word repent…. Real repentance and a change of direction is what will save the planet as we know it, and that starts with individual responsibility.  What are you and I going to actually do to reduce our carbon footprint?       …….Dugald

Next Thursday at 5.30pm Colin Muerk speaks on Climate Change and the Earth.

Growing our understanding of Islam – a free open forum Tuesday 14 May, 7-9pm at Cashmere Presbyterian:

Rev Dr Bill Shepard (a retired Religions Studies lecturer from Canterbury University) will be speaking from his life-time of interfaith understanding. Bring your questions about Islam, and the issues that lie behind the acts of terror we have recently witnessed.





Pathways is a friendship and study group in our congregation which is growing together in faith.  It meets monthly on a Saturday morning for about 90 minutes and this month will begin looking at a series of 5 studies looking at relationships.  We will look at family relationships, church relationships, relating to strangers, broken relationships and how they might be mended, and our relationship with God. 

Members of the group say this is a really good group to belong to and journey with.  It is gentle, relaxed, friendly, and at our level.

If you would be interested in popping along to check out the group this month would be a good time to do this as they start a new series.  Talk to Peggy Cree, Hilary Moore, Elizabeth Penwell, Sue Saunders, Jill Grierson, Margaret Shanks, Alice Shanks or Rob Connell for more information or join us on Saturday 25th May at 10am.

Initial meeting for those who might be interested in being part of a Christian Meditation Group Tuesday May 28th 7.15pm at church. The aim would be to form  a small group where we learn to grow together through a practice of stillness. We would follow the tradition of the World Community for Christian Meditation which encourages a daily practice of quiet.

Christian Meditation: The Christchurch Christian Meditation Community’s next community day will be held at the Methodist church community hall on the cnr of Chapel St & Harewood Rd, Papanui, on Saturday 25th May between 1:00 & 4:00pm.

This time, in the interests of interfaith understanding, our guest speaker will be the Venerable Lama Assi.  He will talk about the origins and development of Buddhist meditation, and give his views on the commonality between religions as found through meditation.

It promises to be a very interesting afternoon and you’ll find a very warm welcome.  Afternoon tea is provided.  A Koha to help cover costs would be appreciated.  For further information about us, please go to wccm.org or email Chris Wilson at cjw9nz@gmail.com or call 029 357 8433.

RamadanMuslims started celebrating Ramadan this week. During this time they will not eat food or drink during the hours of daylight.   Ramadan is when the Koran was received so it is a time to read Koran and focus on spiritual practice to rebalance your life in God.   Ramadan lasts for a month and finishes with a celebration called Eid Ul Fitr when traditionally families gather and give thanks together for the gift of life.

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Sunday 5th May 2019

NOTICES:

A very warm welcome to you all this morning. After the service please come through to the Lounge for a cuppa and a time to talk. Many thanks to Rev Nancy-Jean Whitehead for leading today’s worship.

EcuAction 2019 Forum Series: Climate Change & a Faith Response, Knox Church Centre, Bealey Ave

 
Four Thursdays in May, 5pm for 5.30 – 7.00pm (Refreshments at 5pm)


Presenters:

  • Climate Change & The Atmosphere: Richard McKenzie (May 9)
  • Climate Change & The Earth: Colin Meurk (May 16)
  • Climate Change & Capitalism: Charles Drace (May 23)
  • Climate Change & Water: Kathleen Gallagher (May 30)

Each forum will also feature a respondent from a Faith tradition before the topic is opened up for “Questions, Answers & Comments”
All Welcome. Koha to defray expenses please
Organised by EcuAction, a Canterbury based Interfaith Network.
Further info from: ecuactioncanterbury@gmail.com, or Marilyn 021 061 3940 or Mary 021 387 088

Open Forum, Tuesday 14 May, 7-9pm

Growing our understanding of Islam

The past couple of months have highlighted for many of us how little we know about the Muslim faith, both locally and globally. Rev Dr Bill Shepard will be speaking from his life-time of interfaith understanding. Bring your questions about Islam, and the issues that lie behind the acts of terror we have recently witnessed.

Bill Shepard lectured in Religious Studies at Canterbury University for many years, specialising in Islam. 

All welcome. No cost. Supper included.

Kowhai Lounge, Cashmere Presbyterian Church, 2 Macmillan Ave

Foot Clinic TOMORROW 1-4pm in the Church Lounge.

Church Cleaning: Every three weeks, the facilities will be cleaned commercially by Moonlighters Cleaning. We are seeking volunteers from the congregation (men and women!) to clean the church plant in the intervening weeks.

Please add your name to the list on the clipboard in the foyer if you can help. A list of duties required is also available. Thank You.

Articles are now required for the next ‘Messenger’. Deadline is Friday 17th May. Email contributions to anneke.howie@gmail.com. Thank you.

Parish Breakfast NEXT Sunday 12th May 8.45am, hosted by the Men’s Group. Gold coin koha appreciated.

Wednesday Walkers 8th May: Meet 9.30am near the Valley Inn Tavern carpark in Marsden St for a walk around Heathcote. Coffee at the Tavern. All welcome. Sonya 0272533397.

Joan will take delivery of the bacon on Monday 27th May.

Crafty Crafters: Meets on Thursdays in the Church lounge 10am-12noon. New faces are

always welcome. $3 per session. Contact Lyndsey 388  1264 for more information.

Schola Cantorum choir presents “Spirit of Dreams” Monday 6th May 12.10pm at The Piano, 156 Armagh St. $10 entry.

RamadanMuslims start celebrating Ramadan this week probably on Tuesday.  (starting is dependent on sighting the moon)  During Ramadan they will not eat food or drink during the hours of daylight.   Ramadan is when the Koran was received so it is a time to read Koran and focus on spiritual practice to rebalance your life in God.   Ramadan lasts for a month and finishes with a celebration called Eid Ul Fitr when traditionally families gather and give thanks together for the gift of life.

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Sunday 28 April 2019

NOTICES:

A very warm welcome to you all this morning. After the service please come through to the Lounge for a cuppa and a time to talk. Many thanks to Rev Alan Webster for leading today’s worship.

EcuAction 2019 Forum Series: Climate Change & a Faith Response, Knox Church Centre, Bealey Ave

 
Four Thursdays in May, 5pm for 5.30 – 7.00pm (Refreshments at 5pm)


Presenters:

  • Climate Change & The Atmosphere: Richard McKenzie (May 9)
  • Climate Change & The Earth: Colin Meurk (May 16)
  • Climate Change & Capitalism: Charles Drace (May 23)
  • Climate Change & Water: Kathleen Gallagher (May 30)

Each forum will also feature a respondent from a Faith tradition before the topic is opened up for “Questions, Answers & Comments”
All Welcome. Koha to defray expenses please
Organised by EcuAction, a Canterbury based Interfaith Network.
Further info from: ecuactioncanterbury@gmail.com, or Marilyn 021 061 3940 or Mary 021 387 088

Open Forum, Tuesday 14 May, 7-9pm

Growing our understanding of Islam

The past couple of months have highlighted for many of us how little we know about the Muslim faith, both locally and globally. Rev Dr Bill Shepard will be speaking from his life-time of interfaith understanding. Bring your questions about Islam, and the issues that lie behind the acts of terror we have recently witnessed.

Bill Shepard lectured in Religious Studies at Canterbury University for many years, specialising in Islam. 

All welcome. No cost. Supper included.

Kowhai Lounge, Cashmere Presbyterian Church, 2 Macmillan Ave

Thank You: $560 was raised by our special offering to the Te Raranga (all churches) gift to help victims of the massacre in Christchurch.

Fireside: Women are very welcome to join us at any meeting whether they come just occasionally or regularly.   Fireside is “the women’s group” of our church which usually meets on the last Tuesday evening of each month.   We plan to meet at 7.30pm on Tuesday 30 April in the Church Lounge at 43 St Martins Road.  Diane Claughton will talk about the conference organised by the United Nations that she attended recently.  Enquiries:  ph Margaret 336 8936.

Office Hours: Anna’s Friday hours this week 3rd May will be 11am-1pm.

Men’s Group meets this Thursday 2nd May in the church lounge, beginning with a shared tea at 6pm. Rob Meier will be sharing some travel stories. Tony Blackler 332 0554.

Articles are now required for the next ‘Messenger’. Deadline is Friday 17th May. Email contributions to anneke.howie@gmail.com. Thank you.

For your diaries: The next Parish Breakfast is on Sunday 12th May, hosted by the Men’s Group.

Wednesday Walkers: 1st May check with Sonya 339 7038 for this week’s destination.

LAST CHANCE to order bacon today: Hellers Short Cut Middle Bacon. $8.00 per pack 400gm (12-14 slices). Delivery late May (date to be advised). Joan 337 1648.

Crafty Crafters: Meets on Thursdays in the Church lounge 10am-12noon. New faces are always welcome. $3 per session. Contact Lyndsey 388  1264 for more information.








Managers’ Report

Council Rubbish bins… have been purchased.  The red and yellow bins need to be kept locked inside.  They are a common source of material for church arsonists.  The green bin will be kept outside.

Church cleaning… will be undertaken commercially every two weeks.  All users will need to check floors after use and use the vacuum cleaner stored in the kitchen to remove crumbs etc.

Building contract….all payments will be finalised shortly.  We anticipate all our reserve funds will be extinguished to meet final payments.

Insurance….a revaluation of the church for insurance purposes is in progress.

Insulation…..at the manse is being upgraded to meet 2008 standards.

Church piano…. has been repaired and tuned.  We still have a second piano to give away.

Security fencing…..we have 10 sections of fencing for sale.  If you know of someone seeking portable fencing please contact the office.

South Elder Care….we approved an application to the Manchester Unity Welfare Fund to running expenses of our Elder Care Programme (approx. $8,000).  We also approved including in this application funding to purchase a defibrillator for use on site.  (approx. $2,500)

Compliance….as part of Council Compliance for our building we have to have a number of regular checks of systems within the building.  Eg fire alarm.  These need to be undertaken by an Independent Qualified person (IQP).  We will engage an IQP shortly realising that this will be an added ongoing cost. (we estimate $500-1000 per annum)

Concreting around church….we are progressing well with removing old concrete and laying new concrete paths.   Bike racks are being installed.  Fencing will be installed to make the back part of the section secure, and a deck built out from the lounge sliding doors to create an indoor/outdoor space.

Spaces for hire…. We have set negotiable prices for hiring the auditorium, lounge, and meeting space.   A conditions of use contract and booking form have also been drawn up and all users (including church users will need to fill out the booking form so we can accurately maintain a booking schedule for spaces.  We need to generate income from building usage to help meet costs of maintaining and running the complex.  These spaces have also been advertised on our website.

Lockdown and security…. We do not have secure private spaces in the complex.  Our best defence is vigilance and for those who are on door duty to seek police assistance if there is any suspicious behaviour.  Security cameras are installed around the property and more will be installed.

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