Community of St Martin @ St Chad's

Anglican Parish of Sandringham and Mt Roskill

Welcome, Kia ora, Namaste, Marhaba

Prayer for our Muslim brothers and sisters

 

Loving God and Father, we cry to you for our broken world, and for those who seek their own way through violence and threat.

We pray to you for the ones who have been wounded by these wicked acts of violence: young and old, at home or on holiday. Heal their bodies and hearts; console them with your presence and, at the same time, take away any hatred and a desire for revenge.

We pray that you would draw near and comfort the families and friends of those who have lost their lives. Enable them, in your mercy, to seek refuge in you as they grieve.

We pray for the police and intelligence services - that you would enable them to find and prosecute those responsible, and work to prevent future attacks. We pray for the government - that you would inspire them to govern with wisdom and determination.

We pray for our Muslim community in Aotearoa-New Zealand - that you would protect them from unjust aggression and discrimination.

And we pray that you would touch the hearts of those who commit acts of terror - that they may recognise the evil of their actions and may turn to the way of peace and goodness, of respect for the life and dignity of every human being, regardless of religion, origin, wealth or poverty.

Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The Annual General Meeting of The Community of Saint Martin at St Chads, the Anglican Parish of Sandringham, will be held in the parish church as follows:

Date: Sunday, 7th April

Time: 9.30am (as part of the Sunday morning service)

Place: 681 Sandringham Road, Sandringham, Auckland 1025

 

All members and interested individuals are welcome to attend. The purpose of the AGM is to:

1. receive the annual reports from the Wardens;

2. receive the financial statements of Saint Martin at St Chads, Sandringham;

3. receive a report from the Chair on the previous years’ activities and any proposed plans for the coming year;

4. announce the committee members/office holders for the ensuing year;

5. announce the Chair for the ensuing year;

6. consider any other business as is appropriate.

 

If you require any further information about the AGM, you may contact:

Priest-in-Charge: Rev’d Jacynthia Murphy (09) 629 2909

Email: vicar@stmartinstchads.org

Vicar’s Warden: Di Boyd-Bell (09) 634 2395

People’s Warden: Jose George (09) 638 8545

Website: www.stmartinstchads.org 

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. 

ORDINARY SERVICE TIMES

 

St Martin @ St Chad's

Sunday, 9.30am - Parish Eucharist with Hymns. 

 

Senior Fellowship Service

Eucharist Service at the Parish every third Wednesday of the month, 10.00am

 

At Hillsborough Heights Retirement Village

Weekly Services on Tuesdays, 10.00am. 

 

At Dominion Home, Dementia Care

Eucharist Service on the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month, 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 

 

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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