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    • Weekly Bulletin: Staying connected as a church - 9 October 2022
      • Kia ora St John’s whānau, This Sunday we have 10,000 reasons for our hearts to sing, as we pray for those who live in our city! <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > It is the middle weekend of the school holidays, and so we will stay together for the whole worship time, celebrating Communion together too. If you can’t gather in the city, and you want to join the worship service via Zoom, here are the details to access the live-stream: Zoom Meeting ID: 370 260 759Passcode: worship The link to join the Zoom worship service is below. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/370260759?pwd=b2ZkajZ5d28rTy9EN1VKZDJUM3N4dz09   If using your phone: dial 04 886 0026 (Meeting ID: 370 260 759#, Passcode: 1560107#) This is the link to the printable Service Sheet  <a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/ws84o51zzseszij/9%20October%202022%20Order%20of%20Service.pdf?dl=0" class="sqs-block-button-element--medium sqs-button-element--primary sqs-block-button-element" > Printable Service Sheet <a href="https://us02web.zoom.us/j/370260759?pwd=b2ZkajZ5d28rTy9EN1VKZDJUM3N4dz09" class="sqs-block-button-element--medium sqs-button-element--primary sqs-block-button-element" > Link to Zoom Service   OTHER THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT... RAISING THE STANDARD OF GIVING We are invited to reflect on how our giving is an important part of living out our faith. ‘Raising our standard of giving’ – describes the thoughtful re-examination of our giving as an important expression for our faith. Together we are thinking about our values, re-examining our giving habits accordingly, making carefully thought-out decisions, and re-arranging our priorities in using money to enable us to carry out these decisions. We give meaningfully, not because the Church needs it (it does, of course) but because as Christians we need to give for our own sake spiritually.More information will be provided in the coming weeks to help us re-examine our giving. <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " >   ANNUAL REPORT AND AGM The Annual Report of St John’s in the City for the year ended June 2022 is available on the St John’s website: https://www.stjohnsinthecity.org.nz/publications-and-archiveI know you will enjoy the collection of stories and experiences shared in the various contributions. The Annual Performance Report (financial) is included there also.Printed copies of the Annual Report will be available closer to the time of the Annual General Meeting, which is after the Sunday morning service on the 30th October 2022 in the St John’s Centre.   FELLOWSHIP GROUP Our next speaker will be Ken Edgecombe, who will share with us memories of his time as Chaplain at St Margaret College, the school that St John’s in the City built!We will meet on Tuesday 25th October 2022 at 11am in the hall. Please bring finger food for lunch.   NAME TAGS As we turn our Vision into action, one very easy and practical way we can build community is to wear a name tag.Please keep your name tag on when you come over for Morning Tea in the Centre, and there will be a receptacle to drop your name tag into before you leave.   ONE CONFERENCE This leadership training conference for the Presbyterian Church is being hosted at St John’s in November (2pm 17th of November - 2:30pm Saturday the 19th of November).We will have many folks travelling from out of town and many have asked if there is any possibility of being billeted. Would you like to consider billeting out-of-town attendees to the conference?Conference attendees will have all meals provided at the conference except breakfast. If you can offer billeting please fill in this form One Conference Billet Host Form or email grace@presbyterian.org.nz <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " >   NEW WINE FESTIVAL At this all age festival many voices worship the One. 19th-23rd January 2023 (Wellington Anniversary Weekend) at Wairarapa College in Masterton.For more details and to register to go (along with others from St John’s): https://newwine.org.nz/   VOICES IN THE WIND CONCERT “Treasures from American Composers” is a concert happening twice: 7.30pm Friday 14 October at St Barnabas Mana, and 3pm Sunday 16 October at Khandallah Town Hall.Tickets $20, $15 unwaged. See Linda Van Milligan 027 2889210 for tickets.   The grace and peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you.Allister
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    • Weekly Bulletin: Staying connected as a church - 17 July 2022
      • Kia ora St John’s whānau, This Sunday we hear Jesus point out what is most important in how we live in a busy world  … we might feel challenged by what he points out about us! <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > If you want to read the Bible readings before Sunday, they are Amos 8:1-12 and Luke 10: 38-42And if you want to hear a weekly Rev’s Ramble on the Bible readings, click here. https://www.facebook.com/KhandallahPresbyterianChurch This is the middle weekend of the school holidays and we are having a one-week break from peer groups and holiday programmes – so we will all remain together for the whole worship service. If you want to join the worship service via Zoom, here are the details to access the live-stream: Zoom Meeting ID: 370 260 759Passcode: worship The link to join the Zoom worship service is below. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/370260759?pwd=b2ZkajZ5d28rTy9EN1VKZDJUM3N4dz09   If using your phone: dial 04 886 0026 (Meeting ID: 370 260 759#, Passcode: 1560107#) This is the link to the printable Service Sheet  <a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/wclfv5luwk0ngly/17th%20July%202022%20Order%20of%20Service.pdf?dl=0" class="sqs-block-button-element--medium sqs-button-element--primary sqs-block-button-element" > Printable Service Sheet <a href="https://us02web.zoom.us/j/370260759?pwd=b2ZkajZ5d28rTy9EN1VKZDJUM3N4dz09" class="sqs-block-button-element--medium sqs-button-element--primary sqs-block-button-element" > Link to Zoom Service  OTHER THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT ST JOHN’S VISION We have articulated a fresh Vision for St John’s. And everyone is invited to get involved as we follow this Vision as a way to reform, restore and rebuild us as a Church. <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > Over several weeks we have had various presentations and discussions, and a summary of the Vision is available to read here: <a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/9ah3ioisxxsnm2e/StJohns_Vision-one-pager_June.pdf?dl=0" class="sqs-block-button-element--medium sqs-button-element--primary sqs-block-button-element" > Summary of the vision “We explore and share the gospel with our dynamic neighbourhood. We create safe spaces to be, to belong, and to navigate the tough stuff. Getting to know God is a team sport – that’s why we do this together, not alone.” The invitation is for us to activate our Vision through projects that interest us. We can get together with others to collaborate.  FELLOWSHIP GROUP AGM The group’s Annual General Meeting is near! On Tuesday 26th July the group will gather at 11am in the St John’s Centre Hall. Rev Allister Lane will be the speaker.  Please bring some food to share. ART INSTALLATION AT ST JOHN'S:LUMINARY - HE TINANA TIRETIERA The Dawning of Dreams Aotearoa New Zealand Church & Cathedral Tour 2022Sunday 31 July to Sunday 7 August, 2022   Opening Hours: 10am to 4 pm (except Sundays start at 1pm)Cost: Free   St John’s in the City Church, Corner Willis St & Dixon St, WellingtonKaren Sewell is a significant Auckland artist, recently returned from this year’s Venice Biennale where her work was featured as a collateral part of the 2022 Venice Biennale. The work shown below is touring New Zealand in Cathedrals and Churches.St John’s is showing this work both to showcase it as a fascinating artwork and to offer an opportunity for the wider Wellington community to connect with St Johns, seeing our Church and what we do as well the art. <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " >  NEW ZEALAND CHRISTIANS IN SCIENCE EVENT Wellington Winter Lectures on Physics and Ethics: "Science and Faith in an Age of Misinformation"Saturday 6 August at St Johns in the City. <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > Prof. Jeff Tallon, ‘Seeing the Invisible – black holes, the universe and our place in it’Dr. Greg Liston, ‘Spirit, Time and Trasnformation’Dr. Gray Manicom, ‘What the Mysteries of Mathematics Reveal About the Creator’Dr. Nicola Hoggard Creegan, ‘From Hiroshima to Recombinant DNA: The importance of ethical reflection’Cost: Only $10Register at www.nzcis.org/upcoming-eventsFacebook: https://fb.me/e/3CgwX8RYH  ST JOHN'S CHURCH CAMP After having to defer the Church Camp because of covid, we are excited about having this special weekend this year. Please SAVE THE DATE for the St John’s Church Camp:16th – 18th September 2022The theme is ‘Journeying Together’.  Not to be missed! <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " >  ORPHEUS CHOIR PRESENTS BRAHMS GERMAN REQUIEM Saturday 10 September at 7.30 pm at the Michael Fowler Centre. Discount tickets of $45 A reserve and $40 B reserve are available from Linda Van Milligan, 027 2889210 or lindavanmilligan@gmail.com
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    • Weekly Bulletin: Staying connected as a church - 17 July 2022
      • Kia ora St John’s whānau, This Sunday we hear Jesus point out what is most important in how we live in a busy world … we might feel challenged by what he points out about us! <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > If you want to read the Bible readings before Sunday, they are Amos 8:1-12 and Luke 10: 38-42And if you want to hear a weekly Rev’s Ramble on the Bible readings, click here. https://www.facebook.com/KhandallahPresbyterianChurch This is the middle weekend of the school holidays and we are having a one-week break from peer groups and holiday programmes – so we will all remain together for the whole worship service. If you want to join the worship service via Zoom, here are the details to access the live-stream: Zoom Meeting ID: 370 260 759Passcode: worship The link to join the Zoom worship service is below. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/370260759?pwd=b2ZkajZ5d28rTy9EN1VKZDJUM3N4dz09   If using your phone: dial 04 886 0026 (Meeting ID: 370 260 759#, Passcode: 1560107#) This is the link to the printable Service Sheet  <a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/giz5s0wbcajwhi0/24th%20July%202022%20Order%20of%20Service.pdf?dl=0" class="sqs-block-button-element--medium sqs-button-element--primary sqs-block-button-element" > Printable Service Sheet <a href="https://us02web.zoom.us/j/370260759?pwd=b2ZkajZ5d28rTy9EN1VKZDJUM3N4dz09" class="sqs-block-button-element--medium sqs-button-element--primary sqs-block-button-element" > Link to Zoom Service  OTHER THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT ST JOHN’S VISION We have articulated a fresh Vision for St John’s. And everyone is invited to get involved as we follow this Vision as a way to reform, restore and rebuild us as a Church. <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > Over several weeks we have had various presentations and discussions, and a summary of the Vision is available to read here: <a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/9ah3ioisxxsnm2e/StJohns_Vision-one-pager_June.pdf?dl=0" class="sqs-block-button-element--medium sqs-button-element--primary sqs-block-button-element" > Summary of the vision “We explore and share the gospel with our dynamic neighbourhood. We create safe spaces to be, to belong, and to navigate the tough stuff. Getting to know God is a team sport – that’s why we do this together, not alone.” The invitation is for us to activate our Vision through projects that interest us. We can get together with others to collaborate.  FELLOWSHIP GROUP AGM The group’s Annual General Meeting is near! On Tuesday 26th July the group will gather at 11am in the St John’s Centre Hall. Rev Allister Lane will be the speaker.  Please bring some food to share. ART INSTALLATION AT ST JOHN'S:LUMINARY - HE TINANA TIRETIERA The Dawning of Dreams Aotearoa New Zealand Church & Cathedral Tour 2022Sunday 31 July to Sunday 7 August, 2022   Opening Hours: 10am to 4 pm (except Sundays start at 1pm)Cost: Free   St John’s in the City Church, Corner Willis St & Dixon St, WellingtonKaren Sewell is a significant Auckland artist, recently returned from this year’s Venice Biennale where her work was featured as a collateral part of the 2022 Venice Biennale. The work shown below is touring New Zealand in Cathedrals and Churches.St John’s is showing this work both to showcase it as a fascinating artwork and to offer an opportunity for the wider Wellington community to connect with St Johns, seeing our Church and what we do as well the art. <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " >  NEW ZEALAND CHRISTIANS IN SCIENCE EVENT Wellington Winter Lectures on Physics and Ethics: "Science and Faith in an Age of Misinformation"Saturday 6 August at St Johns in the City. <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > Prof. Jeff Tallon, ‘Seeing the Invisible – black holes, the universe and our place in it’Dr. Greg Liston, ‘Spirit, Time and Trasnformation’Dr. Gray Manicom, ‘What the Mysteries of Mathematics Reveal About the Creator’Dr. Nicola Hoggard Creegan, ‘From Hiroshima to Recombinant DNA: The importance of ethical reflection’Cost: Only $10Register at www.nzcis.org/upcoming-eventsFacebook: https://fb.me/e/3CgwX8RYH  ST JOHN'S CHURCH CAMP After having to defer the Church Camp because of covid, we are excited about having this special weekend this year. Please SAVE THE DATE for the St John’s Church Camp:16th – 18th September 2022The theme is ‘Journeying Together’.  Not to be missed! <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " >  ORPHEUS CHOIR PRESENTS BRAHMS GERMAN REQUIEM Saturday 10 September at 7.30 pm at the Michael Fowler Centre. Discount tickets of $45 A reserve and $40 B reserve are available from Linda Van Milligan, 027 2889210 or lindavanmilligan@gmail.com
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