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Not a place many think about except over summer months. Yet, this coastal paradise is home to a small, permanent community. This is, by some distance, the most generous parish community I have been involved with.
It is one which is gifted with both a community heart and one that longs for deeper discipleship. People, mostly retirees, are lovingly involved in all sorts of community groups and projects for refreshingly altruistic reasons. A hallmark of this church is a successful op shop which pays for most things, my stipend included.
The church acknowledges the support of the wider community via the shop by offering a good portion of my time as Missioner towards community projects on their behalf.
In that spirit, I look forward to getting to know this town as well as the wider diocese over the coming months and years.
Visit from the Bishop of Kuching We are delighted to advertise the visit of the Rt. Bishop Danald said Donald was consecrated in September of and this will be their first visit to the Diocese and to New Zealand. The Diocese of Waikato and Taranaki and the Diocese of Kuching have had a partnership for over 20 years and over that time a number of groups have travelled both ways and enjoyed some wonderful experiences.
Over the week they are with us, we hope that Bishop Danald and Julita will be able to meet with as many folk as possible. Their visit will be focused in the Waikato where they will be visiting a variety of locations and people. There are two events that we would love as many as possible to be part of: Saturday 23 September, we have a tour of some of the early Christian sites in the Waikato, led by Archbishop David Moxon.
We will gather at 10am at St Peters Cathedral for a cup of tea and then begin our pilgrimage from there at Sunday 24 September, Bishop Danald will be preaching at both the 8am and 9: Come and join Archbishop Philip Richardson and Archbishop David as we celebrate God's gift of this partnership together.
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