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    • Newsletter Week Ending 4 April
      • 1 Apr 2021
      • Karori Anglican Churches
      • EASTER SERVICES 2021This year’s Easter services are listed below:TONIGHT – Maundy Thursday service:Thurs, 1 April – 7pmGood Friday service:Fri, 2 April – 10am Good Friday Vigil service:Fri, 2 April – Midday-3pmEaster Day services:Sun, 4 April – 8am and 10am(& 10am St Matthias, Makara) EASTER SPRING CLEANGot an hour spare this Saturday? Join us between 10am -12.
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    • March Update from DCM
      • 30 Mar 2021
      • Downtown Community Ministry
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} } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ .mcnTextContent,.mcnBoxedTextContentColumn{ padding-right:18px !important; padding-left:18px !important; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ .mcnImageCardLeftImageContent,.mcnImageCardRightImageContent{ padding-right:18px !important; padding-bottom:0 !important; padding-left:18px !important; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ .mcpreview-image-uploader{ display:none !important; width:100% !important; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ h1{ font-size:30px !important; line-height:125% !important; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ h2{ font-size:26px !important; line-height:125% !important; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ h3{ font-size:20px !important; line-height:150% !important; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ h4{ font-size:18px !important; line-height:150% !important; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ .mcnBoxedTextContentContainer .mcnTextContent,.mcnBoxedTextContentContainer .mcnTextContent p{ font-size:14px !important; line-height:150% !important; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ .headerContainer .mcnTextContent,.headerContainer .mcnTextContent p{ font-size:16px !important; line-height:150% !important; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ .bodyContainer .mcnTextContent,.bodyContainer .mcnTextContent p{ font-size:16px !important; line-height:150% !important; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ .footerContainer .mcnTextContent,.footerContainer .mcnTextContent p{ font-size:14px !important; line-height:150% !important; } } Together we can end homelessness Changing lives one smile at a time This month we have been marking the 5th birthday of the DCM Dental Service. During the birthday week, we offered daily dental sessions, sometimes with a difference. Rāhina/Monday: Monday’s session was taken by John and Emily; they saw several taumai with complex lives, who had not been able to be treated for their high levels of dental pain anywhere else. M had had his jaw broken, with the resulting metal plate adjacent to problem teeth causing him great pain. He had been referred to the hospital, but was not able to go there due to anxiety and addictions. The team at DCM worked to come up with a solution. We arranged for him to come back to DCM the next time that John Buckerfield took a dental session here. John spent an hour and a half with M, talking him through the treatment and successfully extracting the tooth. M also received fillings for other teeth. He left proudly showing off the extracted tooth, and with antibiotics and a plan for his recovery from John. Later in the day he was happily chatting and in a good space. H had a bad abscess and was in a lot of pain. He struggles with his addictions, and was very proud that he had managed to stay drug-free that day so that he could see the dentist. John was able to numb the area and treat the abscess in one appointment. H left pain-free and not needing further work. Rātū/Tuesday: On Tuesday, for the first time, one of our dentists headed out with our team to see taumai in their new communities and housing complexes. DCM has supported D over many years. He recently saw Sophie at DCM; she discovered he had a bad infection that needed urgent treatment. This time she was able to check on his progress in his own community, also explaining how a referral for dentures could work to better improve his oral health. N has recently been housed in the Berhampore area. He hasn’t seen a dentist in a long time and appreciated the chance to see Sophie at Berhampore Centennial Community Centre. Utilising a little side room, sterilised instruments, a dental and periodontal chart and torch, Sophie assessed N’s sore teeth and gums and could feel where any potential holes were located. N looks forward to a follow-up appointment at DCM. Rāapa/Wednesday: David took the very first session at the DCM Dental Service in March 2016. He has been a regular through all of the five years, and was back to take a session during our birthday week, supported by dental assistant Hazel. We definitely kept them both busy. Although DCM has supported T over many years, he had never seen a dentist at DCM. It had been a difficult week for T - not only was he experiencing pain but he had issues with his housing, and had been at a tangi the day before. David was able to extract two teeth, which made a big difference to T. Rāpare/Thursday: Once again, a line-up of people in pain with nowhere else to go for treatment made for another busy day. S is an older Māori man who is staying in emergency accommodation. He recently had a toothache that got so bad he took the tooth out himself! Still sore and with a number of other issues, he saw dentist Sunjna who treated infected roots as well as completing another much-needed extraction. S was so happy to have all his dental issues treated in one appointment. "I love the atmosphere at DCM," reflected dental assistant Issie at the end of the day. "The energy, the singing, the taumai... The highlight today, as always, was being able to offer people relief from pain. The challenge? Today again reinforced for me how difficult it is for taumai here to access support elsewhere. They may be referred to the hospital or other supports, but because of their anxiety, addictions, a whole range of barriers, they cannot get there and continue to live in pain. It's great to be part of the team in this place, where taumai do feel safe and are able to come and receive our support - and to leave pain-free." Rāmere/Friday: A is a refugee from Africa; for some years he has cycled between backpackers, motels and periods in temporary housing. A experiences a lot of dental pain. Last month, he saw a dentist at DCM for emergency treatment of his most urgent pain and issues, including a much needed extraction. He returned for another appointment this week, expecting further extractions. Dentist Laura was able to restore two of his front teeth, which he had assumed would need to come out. A was absolutely delighted to be able to retain his smile; he left praising the “angel” dentist who had made such a difference to him. DCM taumai have so much to contend with in their lives, the emergency dental work they are able to receive at DCM is truly a life-line, and in some cases a life-saver. We acknowledge all of the dental professionals who have made this possible over the last five years, Kaye and Maurice Clark who purchased this building with its dental rooms for DCM, and our supporters who donate money, product and skills so that we can offer this service to the most marginalised people in our community. Together, we have achieved something very special. <!-- --> Bringing a smile to the community We ended our very special week of celebrating the 5th birthday of the DCM Dental Service with seasonal kai. We all came together to share kai and to acknowledge one another and the taonga which this dental service has been for our taumai. How appropriate that the community of dentist Morris Wong, the Wellington Anglican Chinese Mission, should provide kai, along with EKTA, Good Bitches Baking and some Pasifika delicacies lovingly prepared by the family of our kaimahi, Nani. A smorgasbord of delicious food from different cultures, enjoyed together in the sunshine at DCM. <!-- --> Another reason to smile Many of you know and love Te Amo, who DCM has supported for a long, long time. Te Amo featured in DCM’s 50th birthday photo exhibition. He has worked in our foodbank for many years and is now our longest-serving staff member. As Te Amo grows older, and is able to work less hours, he has been looking for other ways to spend his time, so that he can thrive in his own community and in his retirement. We were excited to hear recently from Anne. Looking to downsize, Anne needed to find a new home for her beloved piano, which she has been playing since she was 7 years old. We immediately thought of Te Amo. He is a talented pianist who has learned to play by ear. You may have even seen him around Wellington where he serenades the city whenever he can find a piano to play – including outdoors in Frank Kitts park. It was great to see Anne's piano gifted to Te Amo's local community centre; he can now play whenever he wishes. Thanks Anne and we know you've found a new friend in Te Amo! To listen to them enjoying the piano together at its new home in Te Amo’s housing complex, click the link below. And how appropriate that Te Amo should choose to play this song for her...yes, love IS a beautiful song. <!-- --> How can I help? To mark the 5th birthday of our dental service, we have produced a new brochure, encouraging dentists and dental assistants to join our team. If you would like to pop in to DCM to pick up a brochure to share with your own dentist, or with dental professionals who you know, we would very much appreciate this. Or shout out if you would like us to mail you a copy. <!-- --> Support DCM! Nāku te rourou, nāu te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi With your basket and my basket, the people will thrive <!-- --> Copyright © 2021 DCM. All rights reserved. Our mailing address is: DCMPO Box 6133Marion SqWellington, Wellington 6011 New ZealandAdd us to your address book Want to change how you receive these emails? You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.
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    • Easter Services 2021
      • 29 Mar 2021
      • Karori Anglican Churches
      • KARORI ANGLICAN EASTER SERVICES 2021 This year’s Easter services are listed below: Maundy Thursday service: Thurs, 1 April – 7pm Good Friday service: Fri, 2 April – 10am Good Friday Vigil service: Fri, 2 April – Midday-3pm Easter Day services: Sun, 4 April – 8am and 10am (& 10am St Matthias, Makara) The post Easter Services 2021 appeared first on Karori Anglican Church.
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    • Newsletter Week Ending 28 March
      • 25 Mar 2021
      • Karori Anglican Churches
      • EASTER SERVICES 2021This year’s Easter services are listed below:Maundy Thursday service:Thurs, 1 April – 7pmGood Friday service:Fri, 2 April – 10am Good Friday Vigil service:Fri, 2 April – Midday-3pmEaster Day services:Sun, 4 April – 8am and 10am& 10am (St Matthias, Makara) ECEC PLAYGROUND OPENINGYou are invited to the opening and Blessing of St Mary’s Early Childhood Education Centre’s new playground!!When: Saturday, 27 March 2021Where: 170 Karori Road, Karori Time: 11am – Blessing and Thanks & 12pm – BBQ lunch. Parents to provide salads and desserts please and the Centre will provide the rest.RSVP to office@stmaryschildcare.org.nz or ph: 476 0319 KARORI ANGLICAN AGMMonday, 12 April at 7pmThe evening begins at 7pm with tea and coffee.  Meeting starts at 7.30pm.  Any items to be raised at the AGM must be given to the Vicar, Ian Cook, by no later than 4 April midday.  This AGM will not have any elections as the current appointments last for 2 years and were voted on in 2020.If your contact details have changed, please let us know ASAP so that we can ensure all our information is up to date.Please note: No impromptu business will be accepted on the Meeting’s Agenda and only those on the Parish Electoral Roll can vote.  Parish Electoral Roll is available in the office and will be in the Gathering Area. If you wish to be added to the Electoral Roll please complete an application form in the gathering area and return to Wendy or the Church Office. START YOUR DAY WITH PRAYERMorning prayer sessions have begun! The church will be open from 7.30am-8.30am each week day and Saturdays from 9am-10am from Monday, 22 March to 12 April.You can spend your time in prayer from 5 minutes through to the full hour – whatever suits you best! DONATION RECEIPTSReminder that the tax year ends 31 March. Any donations made now will be able to be included in your upcoming tax return. Your donation receipts will be emailed to you during April. DEVOTIONAL BOOKSWe have some ‘devotional books’ available which you are more than welcome to borrow. You can pick up the books from the gathering area on Sunday. Before borrowing the books, we kindly ask that you fill out your contact details on the form which will be provided. WHEELER’S UPDATEThe Wheeler’s are doing well settling into life in Kapuna, Papua New Guinea. Thanks for your prayers and thoughts! In this picture, the Wheeler’s are on a little walk to the neighboring village. You can see the jetty to Kapuna in the back left where the supply barge arrives. Please pray this is not disrupted with the recent Covid-19 surge in Port Moresby. If you would like to keep in touch with the Wheeler’s you can email them here scottandnikki@gmail.com GODZONE – KIDS REGISTRATIONS Parents, if you haven’t already, PLEASE complete your child’s GodZone Registration Form by filling in the online form. Thank you. EASTER CAMP 2021 If you are keen to join the youth at Easter Camp this year then get hold of either Joe Cook or Bri King from The Collective Youth Group for more information! Email Joe or Bri at: youth@karorianglican.org.nz MARRIAGE COURSE – SAVE THE DATEWe are running a six week marriage course starting on Tuesday, 4 May. This course will be suitable for those who have been married for years to those about to be married. Register your interest to attend by emailing Heidi in the office heidi@karorianglican.org.nz.For more information on this course please contact Ian Cook directly. MANA MINISTRIES – MEALS REQUIREDWe only have a few meals left in our Mana Ministries freezer and we need your help to replenish our stock! You can pick up meal containers and lids from either the church foyer or the parish office. Meals can be dropped in to Heidi in the office, during the week. Thank you for your kindness! IMPROVING BACK ENTRY ACCESS TOECEC & SMASHIt’s exciting to see work already underway to improve our back access to our halls, ECEC and SMASH. Please only use the front access way (from Karori Road) whilst this work is in progress. ST MARY’S CHURCH PEWS – FOR SALEPick up a pricing schedule from the church foyer this Sunday, or, if you would prefer a copy emailed to you please request this via email to heidi@karorianglican.org.nz SUNDAY SERVICES UNDER COVID-19 ALERT LEVEL 1Under Alert Level 1 so it is still important that you continue to sign in when you attend services, either via the COVID tracer app or on paper. A few things to note:Morning Tea will be served. Communion will be served as two elements.Stay home if you’re sick, report flu-like symptoms and do not travel if unwell.Remember: It is important to keep tracking the places you visit by using the Government Contact Tracing App, continue to regularly clean your hands and stay home if ill. The post Newsletter Week Ending 28 March appeared first on Karori Anglican Church.
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