9.30 am & 10.45 am
Refreshments served between the Services
First Sunday each month both Services
Special Winter Foodbank collection ON NOW at our Centre
Donations for FoodBank welcome
First Sunday each month
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LUTHER and the REFORMATION
30 July - 3rd September 2017
Everyone is invited to this Festival of
music - choirs - film - audio visuals
drama - talks and discussion
Talk to Me 2017 has finished
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Sunday Service, 16/07/2017
St Heliers Church and Community Centre – Congregation Survey
Commencing June 18th 2017
100 St Heliers Bay Road,
St Heliers, Auckland 1071
Tel: 09 5756098
Rev Pauline Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev Stan Stewart email@example.com
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In some ways music has shaped me
Thanks for latest newsletter.
Lilit you are such a blessing each time you greet me and your beautiful heart & smile warm me & make me feel welcome. Your willingness is precious and all you do at the church certainly doesn't go unnoticed.
This story and every other that Stan writes Lights up my mind and day each time they arrive in my mail box .
I think in pictures and visualize situations so reading Stan's stories is like a picture book before me.
Thank Stan from me, he touches my heart, mind & Soul in my everyday life, with spiritual insight like a Mindfood!!
I fly today to Germany 🇩🇪 returning 26 July. Ann spoke to me last Sunday about helping with church flowers very happy to become involved on my return .
Blessings from my heart to yours Lilit, Embrace afresh each morning the first Glimpse of the new day & gentle whisper from our saviour & King.
I love this photo of Benjamin, Matilda and Charlie taken on Sunday morning at the church by Andrea Perez, mother of the little guy on the left.
Andrea has called the photo; “The Future of our Church”.
We will certainly have a great future then if these three and many other little ones like them are here in the future. Benjamin, Matilda and Charlie know their way around the St Heliers Church and Community Centre and they feel at home and are confident that the adults know their names and welcome them. This photo reminds us that Christian faith is not an 'adults only' faith. Jesus said of little ones like these three; "For of such is the kingdom of heaven”.
I thank God for Benjamin, Matilda and Charlie and the blessing and joy they bring our community. Our work is to ensure that every generation of little ones is here among us connected meaningfully to the older ones. we need to also ensure these little children are loved and welcomed by all of us. They will keep us more honest, vulnerable and challenge us to play sometimes instead of having meetings.
Rev Pauline Stewart