Ordination of Jay Ruka

You are all warmly invited to the ordination of Jay Ruka to the Holy Order of Deacon on Saturday, 19 December at 11:00am at St George’s and St David’s Church, in partnership with Te Rautini (158-160 Rifle Range Road, Frankton, Hamilton). RSVP Christen Reed at bishopspa@wtanglican.nz

 

Truncated Office Hours Next Week

Jennifer will be on leave from Tuesday this coming week (December 8th onwards) so the office will be closed Wednesday and Thursday and open between 9am and 1pm on Tuesday and Friday. Your calls will be diverted to another team member and you can email michelle@taranakicathedral.org.nz if you have a notice for the website or pewsheet.

 

Home Diaries All Sold

June Moseley has sold out of 2020 Home Diaries & raised $800 each for Taranaki Cathedral and the Taranaki Open Home Foundation. Tino pai te mahi June!

 

Saturday Lunch Coordinator Needed

Mary Harker is looking for a volunteer to help co-ordinate the Saturday Lunch – overseeing the team of helpers who provide transport, a meal & a time of social contact for our older parishioners each month. Guidance & support will be given. Call Ruth (753 7982) or Mary (022 078 9756).

 

Cathedral Cakes Ready

Email michelle@taranakicathedral.org.nz  to arrange collection (or to order yours)

 

Saturday Lunch Coordinator Needed

Mary Harker is still looking for a volunteer to assist with the co-ordination of the Saturday Lunch and  oversee the team of helpers who provide transport, a meal and a time of social contact for our older parishioners each month. Ruth McLeod  is ready to step back from she steps back from the co-ordinator role but can provide guidance to the new leader. If this role interests you, phone Ruth  (06 753 7982) or Mary Harker (022 078 9756).

 

Meal Makers Needed

There are seven families at Pukeko Stomp expecting new babies. If you’re able to prepare a meal for them in the future let know; cath@taranakicathedral.org.nz or 021 0243 5698.

 

Combined Church Service, Sunday 6th December

Come along to the inter-faith service at the TSB Stadium at 10am, Sunday December 6th. Dave Mann from the Shining Lights Charitable Trust will be speaking and it is a wonderful opportunity to worship with fellow Christians from Churches throughout our City and rohe. 

While we consider it important to remain open for Sunday worship during the Advent Season which we follow very seriously in the Anglican tradition, this event is certainly well worth attending in support of our ecumenical brothers and sisters. It will be spectacular!

 

Community Giving for Christmas 

Instead of our usual Christmas food hampers, this year we’re supporting The Gift Taranaki who give parents engaged with local Social Services a (shoe)box of toiletries and treats. Donate individual items or fill your own shoe box. A collection box will be at the back of the church for the next three Sundays, or you can drop off your donations at the office by Monday 7th December.

 

Pūkeko Stomp looking for Chair stacker

Do you have some time free on Monday and Thursday mornings to help the Pioneer Ministries team? Cath is looking for volunteers to help set up & pack up after her popular Pūkeko Stomp sessions. For more information get in touch with Cath at cath@taranakicathedral.org.nz or 021 0243 5698.

 

 

Community Café Volunteers

If you have an hour (or more) free on a Tuesday morning between 6.30 and 10.30 and want to be part of the fun crew who make the Community Café happen each week then get in touch with Jen (7583111 or 027 7027993).