Newsletter 16-Feb-2014

“Heart of the Matter”
Matthew 5:21-37
Deuteronomy 30:15-20

Sunday Worship: 23 February 2014
Theme: “Love Disarms”
Focus Scripture: Matthew 5:38-48
Other Readings: Leviticus 19:1-2, 9-18; Psalm 119:33-40, 1Corinthians 3:10-11,6-23


Prayer Points: Please pray for: Sheila as she recovers from her shoulder operation; George Morrison as he recovers from the removal of a growth on his kidney; Laurel Leach with her medical concerns whilst in hospital; Ray Chisholm with his illness; Bob Corbett and his family with the loss of Bob’s father.


Church Picnic:-
After Church today, Sunday 16 February from midday. The Hancock house will be open for you to bring your picnic lunch and enjoy some time together with games for the younger ones or younger ones at heart and the BBQ will be on.


Update on Joy Rzoska... Joy is now living in the hospital care facility of Summerset in the Park on Flat Bush School Road. Her room number is 21. For postal address it is:- Joy Rzoska, C/o 'Summerset', 7 Flat Bush School Road, Auckland, 2016. Please call Julie if you wish to know more.


Anglican TV :- "History tells us that the Treaty of Waitangi suffered in its execution. But it is our Treaty, our starting point. The more we come to understand its imperfections the more we see ourselves, our raw dreams and hopes. This week on the third in our four part series on how the Treaty came to be."


Real Life:- This Sunday night (16th February) John Cowan's guest will be New Zealand television presenter, Toni Street.


Middlemore:- The dates for this year’s Middlemore visits are May 18 and October 19. Please put them in your diary and I will put a reminder in the notices a few weeks prior.
Thank you.