Bulletin News

NOTICES – About Our Parish Life
(Updated 17 Feb)
20 to 26 Feb

Tuesday: 9am Jitter Bugs
7pm Board of Managers
Wednesday: 1.30pm ‘500’ Cards
7.30pm Bible Study
Sunday 12th Feb 11.30 Congregational Meeting
Philemon Picnic after the meeting

The Art Deco Fete
This will be held on Saturday 18 February 2017. Let’s make it another good one! There will be the usual stalls: devonshire teas, baking, barbecue, collectables, jams/chutneys, jewellery, handcrafts and a lemonade stall. Please contact the church office if you have any goods or more importantly can help on the day, or have friends that can assist on stalls or with setting up at 7am or clearing up at 4pm.

Jazz Vespers for Art Deco Weekend
Sunday 19 February 2017 7pm at Trinity Methodist Church, 32 Clive Square East, Napier. Free event (donation invited for local charities in a “Let the children live” project.) Conclude your Art Deco Weekend of celebration and fun at Trinity Methodist’s Jazz Vespers … wearing your Art Deco Sunday Best! Jazz Vespers contains elements of a concert and a worship service; offering opportunity for reflection through the notes of music and verse. Special guest singer Georgia Duder-Wood, accompanied by Warren Sang on piano.

Charles’ Ceilidh Music
In the Church grounds 10.30am (weather permitting) on Saturday 25 February. All welcome.

Philemon Fellowship Picnic
You are invited to join the Philemon Group for a picnic on Sunday 26th February following the congregational meeting. Bring your picnic lunch, a mug and a chair. Tea, coffee, milk etc will be provided.

Inner City Churches Covenant combined lunch 12noon 12th March Napier RSA.

Lenten Services
The theme will be 30 years Ago We signed The Covenant

  • 1st March Ash Wednesday 7pm St John’s Cathedral
  • 8th March 7pm Knox Ahuriri
  • 15th March 7pm St Paul’s
  • 22nd March 7pm St Thomas More
  • 29th March 7pm Trinity Methodist
  • 5th April 7pm St Patrick’s

Napier Family Centre is looking for a Volunteer Gardener for their Community Garden. This would involve weeding, feeding, replanting and harvesting for approximately 2-3 hours a fortnight.

Community Foodbank is currently short of jam, long-life milk, milk powder and soap . Many thanks for your ongoing support.