Community of St Martin @ St Chad's

Anglican Parish of Sandringham and Mt Roskill

Ngā mihi o te Tau Hou - Salutations for the New Year

Prayer for all... 

 

“I asked for strength,

and God gave me difficulties to make me strong,

I asked for wisdom,

and God gave me problems to solve,

I asked for prosperity,

and God gave me a brain and braun to work,

I asked for courage,

and God gave me danger to overcome,

I asked for love,

and God gave me troubled people to help,

I asked for favours,

and God gave me opportunities.

 

I received nothing I asked for but everything I needed.” 

Amen. 

SERVICES & PRAYER TIMES

 

St Martin @ St Chad's

Sundays, 9.30am - Parish Eucharist with Hymns.  

Senior Fellowship Service

There are no services in January 2020 and will recommence in February at the Parish on the third Wednesday of every month at 10.00am 

At Hillsborough Heights Retirement Village

There are no services in January 2020 and will recommence in February with weekly services on Tuesdays at 10.00am. 

At Dominion Home, Dementia Care

There are no services in January 2020 and will recommence in February. Eucharist Services are held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month at 11am.   


Bring a friend - Every Sunday

SHARED MEAL

ON SUNDAYS 

 

Join us in the Crypt - great food and great company. 


Bring a friend - Every Monday

MOSAICS ON MONDAYS 

 

Will resume in February each Monday 6.30pm-8.30pm in the Crypt. 

 

All welcome, whatever your level of experience with mosaic tiling is. This is an opportunity to meet new people in the community whilst doing something creative and mindful.

 


 

 

 

 

 

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