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    • Annual Families Cookout
      • 12 Aug 2021
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • Every year since 2016, the Families Group has spent a day at Battle Hill, cooking lunch on a fire, enjoying the jumbo swing, feeding eels, sometimes swimming in the stream, and generally having a wonderful time. This year we had a turnout not seen in several years, with nearly 30 people arriving to cook over ... Read more
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    • Newsletter Week Ending 15 August
      • 12 Aug 2021
      • Karori Anglican Churches
      • KAC ECO CHURCH CARING FOR CREATION Karori Kaitiaki – Kākā If you enjoy planting, caring for our earth, and love meeting like-minded people, then please do join Karori Kaitiaki – Kākā at the following scheduled planting dates: Sun – 22 August, 2pm at Monaghan Reserve Fri – 17 September, 7pm fundraising dinner and AGM at Karori Sports Cafe Sat – 18 September, 9am at Birdwood Reserve Sun – 17 October, 2pm at Birdwood Reserve Sun – 14 November, 2pm at Monaghan Reserve   WOULD YOU LIKE A KARORI ANGLICAN CAP? We are thinking of getting some caps printed and want to know how many of you might be interested in purchasing them before we place an order.  We thought they would be great to wear when we are out in the community working on mission projects (like with Karori Kaitiaki – cleaning up the environment) and we will also be super sun smart! The cap will be a dark navy blue with our Karori Anglican logo on the front. The cost will be $20 per cap.  Could you please let Heidi know ASAP if you are interested in purchasing one (or more) – we need a minimum of 30 to place an order. COMMON GOOD COFFEE Have you been enjoying  the coffee after church?  We are pleased to advise that Common Good Coffee, which we now use and which has been in production for eight months, has to date raised through sales over $40,000 to support community work in West Bengal India.  You can now drink coffee knowing you are doing good! If you would like to order your own coffee for home, head to https://commongoodcoffee.nz/     ‘HOME FOR THE 100TH SHEEP’ REBUILD IN MANILA For the past 20 years good friends of Ruth and Ian, Edna & Kaloi Ranario, have run a well-established orphanage in a slum – where they live.  Unfortunately, the orphanage burnt down (by an accidental fire) within 24 hours of our own recent bell tower/vestry fire.  Unlike us, they did not have insurance, therefore, our offering this week will be donated towards rebuilding their orphanage. Thank you to those who have already given.  If you would like to give online, please make sure you put in the reference field ‘orphanage’. Please note these donations may not be eligible for a tax credit.     FACEBOOK AND INSTAGRAM PAGES Te Korōria now has its own Facebook and Instagram page. Please click on the links below, follow them, and invite your friends to follow too.  The more people who follow us, the better our communication reach for the new build and fundraising. Te Korōria Instagram Te Korōria Facebook WE NEED YOUR HELP! Do you like offering hospitality? Or have a strong organising bone in your body?  We are looking for volunteers to form a Te Korōria hospitality event crew.  We will be creating and hosting a few events to communicate to the Karori Community what we are building, why, and seeking their financial support.  Please let Kate know if you are interested or have questions.  We would really love a large team – makes it more fun for everyone!     We have a weekend retreat booked starting Friday, 27 August 2021 at Kopua Monastery, situated on a rural farm near Dannevirke.  You are welcome to join the Cistercian Monks for any of the monastic services during the weekend while enjoying the solitude and peace of this sacred place.  We have exclusive use of the lovely guesthouse.  Interested in joining us on retreat?  Contact Stephen 0274-530-000. More information on Kopua Monastery can be found at www.kopuamonastery.org.nz     CURSILLO  The heart of Cursillo is a 3-day live-in event that presents a specific method for deepening and living out our Christian faith.  Cursillo also provides a strong follow-up and support network of both small groups and wider gatherings for mutual encouragement. This year the Men’s Cursillo event is being held at St Matthew’s Collegiate School, Masterton from 7-10 October 2021 and the Women’s event is being held at El Rancho, Waikanae from 14-17 October. If you are interested in attending either of these events, or you would like to know more, please contact Liam Jones liam.jones.nz@outlook.com       FILLING UP FAST Tucked quietly below the Bell Tower is a 20ft shipping container on hire from Royal Wolf.  It is there to store materials and equipment during the construction of Te Korōria.  Already 25% full, over the next month the container will be filled right up as we empty the Parish Hall before its demolition.     BELL TOWER & VESTRY REPAIRS UNDERWAY! We are pleased to advise that contractors have started repairing the fire damage to the Vestry Room and Bell Tower.  We will keep you updated with the progress.  In the meantime, please keep yourself and your children away from the scaffolding that has been erected in the church.     ALPHA COURSES The Adult and Youth Alpha courses are now both underway. If you would like to know more about Alpha then please email our office  office@karorianglican.org.nz     COUNSELLING SERVICES Until our new Mind Health counsellor arrives, we recommend Lower Hutt based Kirstie Wilton. Kirstie is available through her website www.revivedthinking.co.nz and offers in-person, online and phone counselling services.       DEVOTIONAL BOOKS We 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. ST MARY’S CHURCH PEWS Pick 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 ALERT LEVEL 1 Under Alert Level 1 our services run to the usual schedules ie. morning tea is served, communion is by two elements, and the kids head out together to their GodZone groups from the 10.30am service. Please 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.  
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    • July 2021 Newsletter
      • 6 Aug 2021
      • Wellington Marathon Clinic
      • Update from the WMC Management Committee Kia ora The Committee has been considering ways to implement the strategic plan approved at last year’s AGM. We’ve listened to your suggestions and are exploring ways to both attract new members and support … Continue reading →
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    • Lodge Update: Our Maunga July 2021
      • 2 Aug 2021
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • We have passed the first group of school holidays with a good turn out of families staying at the lodge over the two-week period. Unfortunately, only the lower mountain was open for skiing due to the poor covering of snow on the upper mountain. Happy valley was open most days for skiing and the Rangatira ... Read more
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    • From the President … in July 2021
      • 29 Jul 2021
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • Tēnā koutou I’m delighted that we now have a full Committee – and really pleased to welcome our new Chief Guide, Anne de Ferron. Anne has been leading trip for many years, as well as helping the club with the Mountain Film Festival and in many other ways. So many thanks to Matt C for ... Read more
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    • WMC Cinema Night, 28 Aug 2021
      • 27 Jul 2021
      • Wellington Marathon Clinic
      • The WMC Time Cinema evening on Sat 28 Aug 2021.191 Sutherland Road, Lyall Bay, Wellingtonhttps://www.timecinema.com/ Time4:00pm happy hour BYO for a4:30pm start in the theatre (to enable everyone to get home nice and early).5:30-6:45pm usual Chicken roast meal with Dessert. … Continue reading →
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    • From the Editor, July 2021
      • 26 Jul 2021
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • Greetings, Readers. It is I, the Newsletter Editor, coming to you with information and requests The Request Please keep sending me trip reports! Without trip reports to publish I would have to find a job or something to occupy my time with, or worse, I’ll start making up my own trip reports and then you’ll ... Read more
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    • King of the Hill
      • 26 Jul 2021
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • Bleary eyed I emerged from my car at Takapu Rd Station. Here I encountered my first obstacle: getting into the WTMC van. This was was far too difficult for half past six in the morning, taking a swift blow from Richard’s boot to finally dislodge the door from its jammed state. At Wellington Station we ... Read more
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    • Flying Bed Story
      • 25 Jul 2021
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • So you think skiing at Ruapehu is a bit of a hassle. A lengthy drive to the WTMC Lodge, sharing bunkrooms with noisy (or not noisy enough) others, cooking, cleaning and the other odd jobs that are actually just part of lodge life are all too much for you? Well, if so, then you don’t ... Read more
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