Newsletter April 30, 2017


WELCOME TO HOLY TRINITY CATHEDRAL

Living God’s Love:

Welcoming - Worshipping - Nourishing - Empowering

A very warm welcome to the community of Holy Trinity Cathedral.

If you would like to know more about Cathedral programmes, or receive regular information, please complete one of the blue cards at the rear of the Cathedral or Chapel, and give it to a sides-person or to one of the clergy.

THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER

Sentence: All you who have been baptised have been clothed with Christ. Alleluia. Galatians 3:27

Collect: Almighty God, who in your great mercy gladdened the disciples with the sight of the risen Lord: give us such knowledge of his presence with us, that we may be strengthened and sustained by his risen life and serve you continually in righteousness and truth; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Readings:

8am & 9am: Acts 2:14a,36-41; Luke 24:13-35 10am: Acts 2:14a,36-41; 1 Peter 1:17-23; Luke 24:13-35 5pm: Haggai 1:13-2:9; 1 Corinthians 3:10-17

A MESSAGE FROM THE PRIESTS IN CHARGE

ANZAC Day has become a much bigger event than I remember from my childhood. Then, and for many years later, it was a fairly minimal affair. It’s been fascinating to note the change and to wonder why these changes have happened.

I’m sure one of the reasons is distance from the actual events. Then the feelings of those who had been actual participants were too raw to be spoken of and the losses of loved ones so real they didn’t need an annual remembrance – they were already a daily one.

But I think the rise in attendance at ANZAC services also indicates the deep need we all have to be part of something that is bigger than ourselves and the need for meaningful rituals in our lives. The rise in secularism has meant that for many, many people ANZAC services are the only way these two important needs are met.

We call that ‘experiencing transcendence’. Every time we participate in the Eucharist we are remembering that which is SO much bigger than ourselves, we are communing with God in deeply personal and meaningful ways and we are opening ourselves to being transformed by the power of our remembering.

This ‘Eucharistic lifestyle’, with thankful remembering at its heart, offers us a way of living that is healthy and hopeful, deep and nourishing. How blessed are we.

- Diane and Bruce

Services Today:

8am – Eucharist Bishop Selwyn Chapel

Presider & Preacher: The Rt Rev Ross Bay Bishop of Auckland

9am – Holy Communion St Stephens Chapel, Judge Street

The Rev Diane Miller-Keeley

10am – Sung Eucharist, The Nave

Presider: The Rev Ivica Gregurec

Preacher: The Rt Rev Ross Bay

Morning tea – in the Visitors Centre after the 10am service 12.15pm Baptism - St Stephen’s Chapel 12.15 pm Baptism - Bishop Selwyn Chapel

5pm – Night Prayer

Presider: The Rev Ivica Gregurec

New Dean’s Induction:

It is with great joy that we invite you to the induction of The Reverend Anne Mills as Dean of Auckland on Thursday 6 July at 7.30pm. Please diarise this important date in our Cathedral life.

A Resurrection Journey 2017: Those wishing to do something to deepen their experience of Easter can go to an online calendar prepared by Auckland Ministry Educator the Rev’d Sarah Park. This encompasses the entire Easter Season, right up to Pentecost.

http://resurrection.nz/welcome and those on Facebook can receive a daily reminder from our Facebook page:

A Resurrection Journey. We hope that this calendar will be a tool for deepening your faith. You can send any questions to Sarah Park:

sarahp@auckanglican.org.nz

Music:

Our chorister’s and Cathedral choir are on a well-deserved break until

2 May when the Choristers will return to Evensong and Wednesday 3 May when the Choir will resume at Midweek Choral Evensong.

Today at the Cathedral:

After the 10am Service a lunch meeting will be held in the Visitor’s Centre today for the Kathedral Kids’ teachers and interested parents. We will be using this time to plan for the new term.

- The Reverend Diane Miller-Keeley

Congratulations June Pitman:

On Saturday, the staff were invited to the launch of our Cathedral Events Manager, June Pitman’s children’s book, Tāwhirimātia – A song for Matariki. This book is a beautifully crafted story with illustrations by Kat Merewether and a bonus CD with lyrics written and performed by June. Please look out for it in your local bookstore.

FOR YOUR DIARY

Tomorrow 1 May

Gardening Bee

If you would like to enjoy a bit of fresh air and healthy exercise, gather at 9.30am in the Visitors Centre, anybody and everybody welcome. Morning tea supplied and all over by 12.30.

Contact Richard Adams 021 866 993

Tuesday 2 May at 7.00pm

St Mary's Organ Recital Series Concert 2

This second recital in the exciting series will feature the French organist Johann Vexo, Organist of Nancy Cathedral and Assistant Organist of the choir organ at Notre-Dame, Paris. He is joined by Tenor of Notre-Dame Cathedral choir, Damien Rivière. The evening will include music by composers Alain, Bach and Vierne. Please make sure that you purchase your ticket through iTICKET at www.iticket.co.nz or ph 09 361 1000.

Saturday 6 May at 2.30pm

St Andrews Church Hall, 100 St Andrews Road.

A meeting of the Epsom & Eden Historical Society where author, John Steele will present a talk on the Revd Dr Arthur Guyon Purchas (1821-1906). Doctor, musician, scientist and surgeon at St Johns College 1845, vicar of Onehunga and “A most interesting man of remarkable intelligence”. Afternoon Tea. All welcome.

Monday 8 May at 7.00pm

Open4EM meets at the home of Ted and Margaret Malan, for a shared meal and discussion. For more information please contact Margaret (5294003) or Nola Smith (6265531)

Monday 8 May from 7.00pm-9.00pm

Discovering Religious Diversity

The new 8-week course presenting selected topics in World Religions begins 8 May at the Religious Diversity Centre, University of Otago House, 385 Queen Street. Details for registration at www.rdc.org.nz. Excellent reviews from those who enjoyed Term 1.

Sunday 28 May at 5.00pm

In Flanders Fields – Passchendaele 100

St Matthew-in-the-City

A beautiful, wide-ranging concert featuring music of peace and remembrance with Auckland Choral. www.eventfinda.co.nz or 0800 BUY TIX (289 849), $45 Concession $38, Child $10

FOR OUR PRAYERS

We give thanks and celebrate with the families of Scarlett Grace Hough and Finn Charlie Fowler who are being baptised here today.

We pray for those who have died and remember those whose anniversaries occur at this time. May they rest in peace and may light perpetual shine on them.

PRAYERS FOR THE WORLD: We pray for the continuing threat of terrorism in many parts of the world and for the victims of such violence; we pray for the perpetrators, that they may see past the propaganda that has bewitched them to the evil that they are participating in.

PRAYERS FOR NZ: We pray for all those with disabilities of one sort or another and those who help them lead full and meaningful lives; we pray for those who have lost loved ones in tragic circumstances that they will receive the help they need as they face a changed future; we pray for those making strategic decisions relating to the housing crisis in NZ.

PRAYERS FOR THE CHURCH: We pray for the work amongst our children and youth at the Cathedral as we plan for a new term. Especially, we pray for leadership for Upper Room, that interested people may feel led to help with this important.

IN OUR DIOCESE: We pray for our Bishops, Ross and Jim, and Bishop Kito of Te Tai Tokerau and for Archdeacons and other diocesan staff.

Cathedral Prayer Chain is a group of parishioners committed to respond promptly to any requests for confidential prayer.

Contact: Lynette Wright (09 845 0260)

WORSHIP AT HOLY TRINITY CATHEDRAL 1 MAY – 7 MAY

Weekday Eucharist:

Bishop Selwyn Chapel

Mon to Fri at 12:15pm

Weekday Evensong:

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 5:45pm

7 MAY 2017, FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

8.00am Eucharist – Bishop Selwyn Chapel

Presiding Priest & Preacher: The Reverend Bruce Keeley

9.00am Holy Communion (BCP) – St Stephen’s Chapel, Judge Street

Presiding Priest & Preacher: The Reverend Dr Noel Derbyshire

Readings for 8&9am services: Acts 2:42-47; John 10:1-10

10.00am Choral Eucharist – Cathedral Nave

Presiding Priest: The Reverend Diane Miller-Keeley

Preacher: The Reverend Bruce Keeley

Readings: Acts 2:42-47; 1 Peter 2:19-25; John 10:1-10

5.00pm Choral Evensong – The Chancel

Presider: The Reverend Ivica Gregurec

Preacher: The Reverend Dr Philip Sallis

Priest in Charge, Christ Church, Coromandel

Readings: Ezra 3:1-13; Ephesians 2:11-22

Cathedral Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

Priests-in-Charge: The Rev Diane Miller-Keeley &

The Rev Bruce Keeley 09-303 9502

Cathedral Precentor: The Reverend Ivica Gregurec 09-303 9504

Director of Music: Michael Stoddart 09-303 9508

Cathedral Organist: Philip Smith 09-303 9509

Operations Manager: Charlotte Antonievich 09-281 3523

Cathedral Secretary: Merle Abbot 09-281 3746

Events Manager: June Pitman 09-303 9503

Accounts: Marion Paterson 09-303 9505

Custodian: Joe Moncur 09-303 9500

446 Parnell Road, Parnell, Auckland, 1052

P O Box 37 148 Parnell, Auckland 1151

email: office@holy-trinity.org.nz; website: www.holy-trinity.org.nz

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