Bulletin News


NOTICES – About Our Parish Life
(Updated 19 May) 21 May to 28 May

Sunday 21 May 9.15 First Service
10.30 Second Service
7pm Evening Service (No Taize service)
Monday:
Tuesday: 9am Jitterbugs
Wednesday: 1.30pm Afternoon Fellowship
7.30 Bible Study
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday: 10.30 Charles’ Music (weather permitting)
Sunday 28 May 9.15 First Service
10.30 Second Service
7pm Evening Service

Regional Forum – Presbytery
Presbyterian Parishes in the Gisborne-Hawke’s Bay Region are gathering together on 20 May in Wairoa. This will be an excellent opportunity to meet with other Presbyterians in the area. Beginning at 10am with morning tea (bring some to share + lunch) the agenda includes updates on all parishes, ‘Using technology in the church’ (Brett Walker), ‘Governance training and skills needed in Sessions and Parish Councils’ (Maitland Manning).

Afternoon Fellowship
Come and hear the history of St Paul’s Wednesday, 24 May at 1:45pm

Charles’ Ceilidh Music
In the Church grounds 10.30am (weather permitting) on Saturday 27 May.

Operation Christmas Child As their project for 2017, the St. Paul’s Stitch N Time Group are supporting Operation Christmas Child. If you wish to find out more about Operation Christmas Child and how you may become involved, assist or make a contribution towards this project, please contact the office.

Bible Society The Napier Action Group of the Bible Society will be holding its AGM in St. Paul’s Church on Monday 12th June. We will begin at 5.45pm with a shared finger food meal. After that we move into the Sanctuary for our meeting. We have a sales table as a fund-raiser. We would love you to join us for a meal and the meeting if you are free – everyone is welcome.

Community Foodbank is currently short of jam, canned spaghetti, canned fish and soup. Many thanks for your ongoing support.