Our Sunday worship is at 10am, or you are welcome to worship with the St Martins Presbyterian congregation via Zoom. To join us, just click on the link below:
Meeting ID: 815 0869 6154
A very warm welcome to all who worship with us today – either in person or online.
The Golden Rules for Level 2 worship:
- If you’re sick, stay home and Zoom
- If you’re feeling unwell, stay home and Zoom
- If you don’t want to join a large crowd just yet, stay home and Zoom
- If you plan to be in Church, we encourage you to wear a face covering
- Please continue to wear your mask until seated at morning tea
- You must sign in using the app or the paper copy – this is mandatory
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR WALTHAM COTTAGE: Gifts are required for men, women and teenagers and a few children. Items must be new. Gifts of food items, and wrapping paper also welcome. Bring them along to church from next Sunday 28 November. The last day to donate gifts will be 12th December. Many thanks for your contributions. Worship committee.
Wednesday Walkers 24th November: meet 9.30am at Styx Mill Conservation Reserve carpark on Styx Mill Rd near Cavendish Rd. Gerard & Thea will lead us on a walk in the area. Coffee at Regents Park Café. All welcome. Sonya 027 253 3397.
Fireside Wednesday 24th November 1.30pm Join usfor ‘a get together’ and a chance to chat and perhaps share some memories of past summers and holidays. Maybe people have a photo they could bring or something else that they have that reminds them. All women are welcome to join us. Any enquiries: Margaret 366 8936.
“Advent Art” @ St Martins – if you are an artist, painter, sculptor or creator of anything artistic – and would like to share in “Advent Art” @ St Martins please contact Jo Fergus 022 599 3309.
MOVIE NIGHT Saturday 27th November: ‘The holiday season is in full swing when a cultured gentleman with twinkling eyes, an ample belly, and a snowy beard is hired as Macy’s department store Santa. He claims his name is Kris Kringle, and soon fills everyone with Christmas spirit…except his boss, Doris Walker who’s raising her daughter to not believe in Santa. But when Kringle is declared insane and put on trial, everyone’s faith is put to the test as young and old alike face the age old question: Do you believe in Santa Claus?’
Miracle on 34th Street is an irresistible fable that has, for many years, become synonymous with celebrating Christmas. Winning three OSCARS, it features Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O’Hara and Natalie Wood.
BYO takeaway tea from 5.15pm. Tea & coffee available. Koha appreciated.
TWILIGHT CHRISTMAS MARKET Friday 10th December 5-8pm HERE. A combined fundraiser with our Anglican neighbours at St Mark’s. Sign the list in the foyer if you would like to help. Please NO clothes, shoes, white elephant or magazines. Further details from Irene.
From Marie Dobson & family: “Thank you all for the message sent on the loss of Bryan. He has left a big void in our lives but we are taking each day as it comes. We knew the end was closer than we had always imagined, but it still comes as a shock. I am so fortunate to have the support of our 3 grown up children all presently living here in New Plymouth. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers at this time.”
What’s on This Week:
Monday 9am-12noon St Mark’s Elder Care. Therese 337 1225.
Tuesday 10am – 2.30pm South Elder Care. Jeannette 332 9869.
Tuesday 7.15pm Christian Meditation Group. Dugald 380 5024.
Wednesday 9.30am Walking Group: Styx Mill. Sonya 027 253 3397.
Wednesday 1.30pm Fireside Women’s Group. Margaret 366 8936.
Wednesday 7pm Global Voices choir. Nick 027 2255142.
Thursday 10am – 12 noon Crafty Crafters. Bring along your own craft items or learn a new skill. $3 per session. Jeannette 332 9869.
Thursday 1.30pm Sit & Be Fit. Anneke 328 7459.
Thursday 5-7pm Familial Trust. Nadine 981 1093.
Friday 10.30am – 12.30pm Sign & Sing. Becky 022 20862211.
Saturday 5.15pm Movie Night. Irene 332 7306.