|1 October||Worship with Ross Scott
AGM after the service
|8 October||Communion with Rev Diane Gilliam-Weeks
|15 October||Worship with Rev Reg Weeks
|22 October||Worship with John Harris
|29 October||Worship with Rev Doug Rogers
Dedication of the Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes
Bible Study – Sundays 11:15am
Breakfast Prayer - Tuesdays 7.30amMainly Music – Thursdays 9.30am term time
For pastoral care needs, please contact our Pastoral Care Co-ordinators,Colin Dalziel 562 7238 and Mary Williams 568 3216 who will endeavour to co-ordinate help
St Ronan’s 2017 Annual General Meeting, 1st October at 10:30am
Remember to stay after the service on Sunday 1st October for this important chance to learn and have your say. The Annual Report (with agenda) has been emailed to you or you can collect a printed copy from Sandy anytime.
ST RONAN’S SPRINGTIME BAKE STALL (Rain or Shine)
Saturday 7 October
Your beautiful baking is a winner when each year our stall is a total sell out. When combined with the Eastbourne Red Cross branch in 2016 we successfully raised $1000 in 3 hours!
Our St Ronan’s Springtime Bake Stall is on Saturday 7th October on Rimu Street in front of Sorrento, 8:30 am to 1:00 pm.
Our projects this year are Randwick School Bicycles for a Class project and the Hutt Valley Red Cross refugees.
Would you please be willing to make one or preferably two items of your favourite baking recipes? A name sheet asking for a wee bit of help for an hour, especially pricing first thing, is being circulated at Sunday morning tea. It is a very sociable time! We are looking forward to continuing our successful event knowing that what we are doing is making a difference to others, all thanks to your concern and efforts.
Susan Connell 569 5747
HOMELESS Poems by John Howell
Launch Date 10 October 5pm Wellington Central Library
Buy your copy now for $25, and all profits to DCM, Wellington. Details how to order your copy from Makaro Press see www.makaropress.co.nz
St Margaret’s Church Fair
28 October 10.00am–1.00pm, Dunns St, Silverstream
The Eastbourne Winter Series
St Ronan's biennial Eastbourne Winter Series lectures ran during July and August. The theme was Pre-election thinking – hopes and possibilities.
Four topics were addressed, beginning with what freshwater standards we should aspire to on July 9, education and whether it is nurturing the right values among young people on July 23, the elimination of nuclear weapons and the struggle for peace on August 6, and, finally, how to protect and encourage high-quality, public-service media on August 20.
Ride to church: A few months ago Sandy offered to organise a lift to church for anyone needing it. That invitation is renewed now. Maybe there’s someone needing a ride, but not asking for one? Perhaps you might dob them in. Give Sandy a call on 562 8753 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you know someone who might need a ride.
Regular Monthly Events
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