News alert! Update for Sun 8 Feb!

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news 5This is one those “Stop the Presses!” occasions!

Please use the Knox Lane entrance at the Knox Centre, to access the Durham Street Methodist worship space in the hall.

This will assist in keeping noise levels to a minimum – both for the St Luke’s congregation (meeting in the Chapel, close to the main foyer of the Knox Centre) and for those amongst our number who appreciate some stillness and time for reflection before the start of the service, to be able to do so.

There will be stewards at the Knox Lane door to assist – and they will enjoy nothing more than being able to tell you where to go! (In the most nurturing, caring kind of way, of course!)

Sun 8 Feb

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Knox Centre map -On Sunday 8 February, we meet at 10.00am in our new worship space in the hall at the Knox Centre, 28 Bealey Avenue.  Join us for our annual Covenant Service, which will be led by Rev Dr Mary Caygill.

Access to the hall is via Knox Lane, which is between Montreal Street and Victoria Street, on the south side of Bealey Avenue.  It can also be accessed through the main entrance to the Knox Centre, on Bealey Avenue, a few metres west of Knox Lane.

There is car parking available between the Knox Centre and the Campbell Centre (Presbyterian Support Services on the map to the left) – however, with three congregations meeting on-site (Knox Presbyterian, St Luke’s Anglican and Durham Street Methodist) at the same time, it will be at a premium.  Alternatives to the car park include Bealey Avenue, Montreal Street and Victoria Street.

Following the service there will be time for a cup of tea or coffee, in company with folk from all three congregations.

Join us on this historic day, as we begin another phase of our journey back into the Inner City!

Sun 1 Feb

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Communion016Tomorrow we will be celebrating Communion with the Upper Riccarton and St Stephen’s Congregations, at 10.00am, at St Stephen’s Methodist Church, 376 Yaldhurst Road, Russley.  After the Service there will be an extended morning tea, to which you are invited to make a contribution. During this time we will express our gratitude and say our farewells to both these congregations in general and to St Stephen’s in particular, as we prepare to move back into the City, to begin worship at the Knox Centre, 28 Bealey Avenue, next Sunday.

21 Dec 2014

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Advent 4It is still yesterday where I am, but I know that tomorrow where you are will be the day to meet with the St Stephen’s Methodist congregation at 10.00am, at 376 Yaldhurst Road, Russley, for a Service of Worship, to be followed by an extended morning tea to wish Rev Jo every best wish as she and her family head to pastures new in 2015.

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