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Sunday Gathering 18 August Pentecost 10
This Sunday we consider the second Pillar which relates to Faith in Action - the promoting of social justice which St Andrew's tries to follow as a result of our faith.
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Hello Everyone, At university I was privileged to be lectured in art history by Tom Esplin. I remember talk of the architect Gaudi and the tragedy of his sudden death when Sagrada Familia cathedral, Barcelona, was partially complete. Gaudi began on the cathedral...read more
Hello everyone, When decluttering a dualistic approach works well. ‘Keep’/’Don’t keep’ is the basic division. Then in the ‘don’t keep’ there is recycle/donate/sell – not so dualistic, more tri-alistic (if there is a such a word!). Life in general requires more...read more
Hello everyone, It was good to see some involved in the Christchurch 15 March event setting off for the Hajj. This is one of the Five Pillars of Islam and faithful Muslims hope to achieve at least one pilgrimage in their lives. It was good to see smiling...read more
Hello everyone, Tonight, the St Andrew’s Study Trust seminar is about Family Violence. (6.15pm). I’ve just looked at one of the powerpoints for the evening presentation. This reminds me how important attachment is for us all. If caregivers, mother or father,...read more
Hello everyone, I’m at the stage where some of my mentors and heroes are dying. On occasion I’ve been caught out not having made time to tell them how much their life, work and support meant. Other times I have managed to express my gratitude in time for them to...read more
Hello everyone, Recently the organising secretary for a PCANZ church committee on which I serve stated that the national church’s policy was to conduct its business in as paper-free way as possible. This meant using email and expecting participants to read...read more