Sunday 13 August 2017

THIS MORNING, 9.30am

Liturgist – Jill Stotter   Preacher – Glynn Cardy

Serving elders – Rebecca Hayward, Karen Fehl, Maria Winder, Peter Winder,

                             John Trainor, Judith Ray

Duty Elder – Peter Winder   Intercessions – Peter Winder
Organist – Michael Bell   Flowers – Margaret Agee
Readers – Penelope Stevenson, Gloria Jenkins  

Hospitality – Albert & Emona Numanga, Glenda Tabuteau, Leo Hobbis, Robin Flynn, Sue & Geoff Olliff

 

THIS WEEK WE PRAY FOR

World Council of Churches’ Calendar – Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger

Within the Nation – COMMUNICATIONS.  Radio and TV broadcasters, public relations people, advertisers, journalists, commentators, speakers, librarians, IT providers and workers, post & telephone providers & workers.

Within St Luke’s – Marjory Ramage; Judith & Richard Ray; Margaret Sadler; Margaret Seagrave;

                                Bruce & Pam Shearer; Graham Shearer

 

NOTICES FOR SUNDAY 13 AUGUST 2017

1.  WELCOME TODAY to Michael Bell, our guest organist.

2.  VIOLENCE DIVINE, the lecture series by JD Crossan, continues this Tuesday.  Undecided Justice & Not, not, not, not, not, NOT the End of the World.

3.  FIRST N THIRD MORNING TEA, Tuesday 15th August, 10.30am.  All welcome.

4.  ARE WE A MORAL NATION?  THE UPCOMING ELECTION & INEQUALITY with Richard Randerson on Wednesday 16th August at 7.30pm.  This seminar examines the socio-economic realities for New Zealand and offers a critique of the neo-liberal values which underpin them. By contrast, Gospel values of mutuality and well-being raise critical questions about choices for all Kiwis in the September 23rd election.  Join us at 7.30pm for 75 minutes, $15 waged $10 unwaged.  Please sign the list at reception. 

5.  SLIKS AFTERNOON TEA.  A very successful afternoon raising $405 for the Burundi Empowerment Project.

6.  THE AUCKLAND WELSH CHOIR/COR CYMREIG is singing at St Luke’s on Sunday 24th September between 2pm and 3pm followed by afternoon tea and the chance for everyone to talk together.   For this concert, their nominated charity partner is Auckland Restorative Justice Trust.   The Community of Saint Luke is committed to Restorative Justice and it is a crucial component of social justice at St Luke’s.   We are delighted that we have been nominated as their charity for this concert.   Look forward to you all coming and hearing this great choir who have been supporting Auckland charities for many years.  Cost is $25 per person with a silver coin donation for afternoon tea.  Enquiries to Dorothy McCarrison.

7.  LITTLE LIBRARY.  Parish Council has approved in principle St Luke’s being part of the ‘Little Library’ movement.  You may have noticed that in various parts of Auckland, and outside some churches, there are these little community libraries that border the footpath.  Those who live nearby, or are simply passing by, can take a free book home to read.  Others may like to add a book to the little library.  The purpose is both to encourage reading and to offer a free community service to our neighbourhood.  The set up costs are minimal, and various companies have provided building materials free of charge.  We now need to work with the organisers of the movement, John and Yvonne, to design a ‘little library’ that would look good in front of St Luke’s.  If you are interested in being part of this design phase, please contact Glynn glynn@stlukes.org.nz

8.  SEA OF FAITH, Sunday 20th August from 4pm.  Guest speaker Peter Harrison on “Raising Robots, a pedagogical approach to teaching values to artificially intelligent agents”.  Peter say robots are commonly seen as tools or slaves for humans to use.  But it’s more helpful to see them as children capable of learning the way we do.  Peter’s speciality is building software systems to automate business processes.  Tea & coffee from 4pm with the lecture and discussion about 4.35pm. 

Annual Conference Registrations now open.  This is an advance notice about this year’s conference which is from 6-8 November at the Silverstream Conference Centre, Lower Hutt.   Keynote speakers will be:

Sir Lloyd Geering “500 years: From Reformation of the Church to the Reformation of the Christian Faith”;

Hal Taussig from the Westar Institute “Reformation within the Christian Church and the Progressive Christian take on this”; Rachael Kohn from ABC Radio Australia. “A wider view on the need for reform in the world’s religions, we hope including Islam, Judaism, and also within the Catholic Church”; Sue Bradford, former politician “Making it Real: Beyond Reformation to Transformation in Aotearoa 2017”.  A subsidy of $25 is available to people travelling from Auckland.  Registration details available at www.sof.org.nz

 

SUNDAY 20 AUGUST 2017
 
9.30am – Community Worship
 

Liturgist – Philip Clarke   Preacher – Glynn Cardy   Duty Elder – Trevor Mosley

Readers – Curt Davidson, Megan Davidson   Intercessions – Margaret Parr

Organist – Tim Carpenter

SLIKS – Martin Needham, Anna Cardy   Crèche – Margaret Tibbles

 

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Community Centre & Church Office: Phone 520 0740

Website www.stlukes.org.nz     Facebook www.facebook.com/stlukesNewmarket

 

Minister: GLYNN CARDY  021 545 969; glynn@stlukes.org.nz

Administrator: PAMELA DAY  520 0740; pamela@stlukes.org.nz

Parish Council Convener: DAVID McNABB; dmcnabb@unitec.ac.nz

Parish Clerk: ALEXA JOHNSTON am.johnston@xtra.co.nz

Envelope Secretary: MARGARET TIBBLES, 846 7682 (h); margtibbles@gmail.com

 

PASTORAL.  If you know of anyone needing support, a listening ear, a phone call or a visit at home or in hospital, please contact Pamela pamela@stlukes.org.nz

NEWCOMERS: If you would like to know about the Community of Saint Luke, including membership, or simply to join the mailing list, please fill out the blue “Welcome to St Luke’s” form (in pews) and put in the box on the screen bench

 

 

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