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.
SUNDAY AFTER ASCENSION
Sentence: ‘Lift up your heads you gates! Lift yourselves up you everlasting doors, that the King of Glory may come in!’ Psalm 24:7
Collect: God of majesty, yours is the power that raised Christ from death, yours the glory that exalted him to your right hand. By the mystery of the Ascension, sustain our hope as we bear witness to our baptism. By the perpetual outpouring of your Spirit, confirm your Church in its mission of salvation. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.
8am & 9am: Acts 1:1-11; Luke 24:44-53.
10am: Acts 1:1-11; Ephesians 1:15-23; Luke 24:44-53.
5pm: 1 Samuel 23:1-5; Ephesians 1:15-23.
FROM THE PRIESTS-IN-CHARGE
The Ascension of Jesus marks a major point of transition between his earthly ministry and the coming of the Holy Spirit in a new and fuller measure. For the disciples, the experience of Jesus’ gracious ministry, and the witnessing of his death and resurrection, were both a preparation and a legacy for the continuation of the work he had begun, and for all the challenges that lay ahead of them. Two thousand years later, we share that legacy and responsibility.
Joining us this morning at the 10am service are former students from Queen Victoria School for Maori Girls who are enjoying a reunion from the 1970-75 period of the school’s history. We are delighted to welcome them as they come to honour the memory of their Head Mistress Miss Alice Berridge, and to give thanks for the legacy they received from her.
The past week has seen the completion of the tuning, and the signing off, of the new Cathedral organ. Here is yet another enduring legacy. We are told that this outstanding instrument is of such quality that it will still be in full voice centuries from now!
We give thanks to the Risen and ascended Christ for all our countless blessings.
Bruce and Diane
8am – Eucharist Bishop Selwyn Chapel
Presider & Preacher: The Rev Ivica Gregurec
9am – Holy Communion St Stephens Chapel, Judge Street
The Rev Dr Noel Derbyshire
10am – Sung Eucharist, The Nave
Presider: The Venerable Carole Hughes
Preacher: The Rev Ivica Gregurec
Morning tea – in the Visitors Centre after the 10am service
5pm – Choral Evensong
Officiant: The Rev Ivica Gregurec
Preacher: Rev Diane Miller-Keeley
8.00 pm – Taizé Prayer, Bishop Selwyn Chapel
Farewell for Bruce and Diane
Sunday 2 July will be the last Sunday that Bruce and Diane will be with us as Priests-in-Charge. We would like to give them a thank you gift for the absolutely awesome job they’ve done. If you want to contribute, please do so by internet banking, account number: BNZ 02 0192 0031919 01, Ref MKS, or hand in to the office or wardens. Thank you. Caroline Oliver
Please join us for a time of contemplative prayer and singing in the Bishop Selwyn Chapel tonight and every Sunday night at 8pm.
Can You Help?
We need more sides people for the 8.00 am, 10.00am and 5.00pm services. If you could offer your help for this rewarding ministry please contact:
Jane Bellamy 09 529 2062 or
Merle 09281 3746.
Last Chance to Buy a Book
Jane’s book sale table will be taking a break so get your books for winter today. Proceeds to HTC.
Wedding & Funeral Vergers Needed
Are you interested in weekday and Saturday verging at Holy Trinity Cathedral? We will train you. This is a paid casual position. Please contact Merle 09 281 3746 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Jammies in June
It’s that time of the year again! We are collecting new children’s flannelette pyjamas in support of the Jammies in June appeal led by Kidz First. Bring them to the office during the week or place them in the box at the back of the Cathedral. Thank you!
Trinity Sunday Morning Tea
After 10am Festal Choral Eucharist on 11 June, we will gather in the Bishop Monteith Visitors’ Centre for a celebratory morning tea for our Feast of Title. Please bring a plate of your favourite celebratory finger food to share
FOR YOUR DIARY
Tuesday 30 May
Cathedral Council Meeting
Venue: The Friend’s Room
Tuesday 30 May
A Eucharist to commemorate the arrival to Auckland of Bishop Selwyn and Sarah on this day in 1842 will be held at 7:30pm in the Bishop Selwyn Chapel. All welcome.
Monday 5 June
The Cathedral is hosting this meal which breaks the fast in Ramadan for our Muslim brothers and sisters. Please could you help by either sponsoring a guest at $10 p/head, or by supplying a vegetable salad or some fresh fruit. These can be delivered to the Cathedral either on Sunday 4th or from 10am on the Monday 5th. There is a sign-up form and baskets for donations in the Visitor’s Centre.
Sunday 11 June at 10am
Trinity Sunday Eucharist
- Dedication of the Nicholson Organ by the Bishop of Auckland, The Right Reverend Ross Bay.
- The commissioning of the members of the Cathedral Council and Cathedral Resources Board.
- Morning tea after 10am
Sunday 11 June at 3pm
Zosia Herlihy-o’Brien (Holy Trinity Cathedral Organ Scholar)
Paul Chan (Organist at St Matthew-in-the-City) Programme includes music by Bach, Ketelbey, Rheinberger, Verdi, Walther, Guilmant.
Sunday 18 June
- Bishop Selwyn Chapel – 3pm. Bishop Richard Randerson will host a public forum titled: Trumpism, Brexit, Neoliberalism, the Gospel and the General Election. All welcome.
- Agm - Friends Of The Cathedral. Begins with Evensong at 5pm, AGM meeting in Bishop Monteith Visitor Centre at 6.15pm, followed by dinner in the Selwyn Library at 6.30pm. The cost is $50. All inquiries Wayne Hughes at email@example.com
Thursday 6 July At 7.30pm
Dean Of Auckland’s Installation
The Reverend Anne Mills will be installed as Dean of Auckland at a special service in the Nave.
FOR OUR PRAYERS
We pray for those who have died, especially Mary Ann Ferrier, Dulcie Caro and Judy Gebbie; 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: For those affected by the terrorist attack in Manchester; for the families who are grieving and the young people injured. May they all know God’s grace and strength. For the 82 Chibok schoolgirls released after being kidnapped by the Boko Haram in 2014: for their families as they reunite and for their futures that the traumas experienced may be overcome.
PRAYERS FOR NZ: For all those involved in the care and education of children and young people, especially today acknowledging the many young women whose lives were influenced by their time as pupils at Queen Victoria School for Maori Girls, giving special thanks for the work of Miss Alice Berridge, Head Mistress from 1943 to 1975
PRAYERS FOR THE CHURCH: For our Bishops, Ross and Jim, and for our partner Bishop, Kito, Bishop of Te Tai Tokerau; For Anne Mills and her family as she prepares to take up the role of Dean. For the Iftar meal that we are hosting for our Muslim brothers and sisters, that bridges of understanding will continue to be built.
We pray for and celebrate with the family of James Donald Meneses who will be baptised today.
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 22 MAY – 28 MAY
Bishop Selwyn Chapel
Mon to Fri at 12:15pm
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 5:45pm
THE DAY OF PENTECOST 4 JUNE 2017
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 Ivica Gregurec
Readings for 8 & 9am services: Acts 2:1-21; John 20:19-23
10.00am Choral Eucharist – Cathedral Nave
Presiding Priest: The Reverend Diane Miller-Keeley
Preacher: The Reverend Bruce Keeley
Readings: Acts 2:1-21; 1 Corinthians 12:3b-13; John 20:19-23
5.00pm Choral Evensong – The Chancel
Officiant and Preacher: The Reverend Ivica Gregurec
Preacher: Andrew Wallis
Readings: Joel 2:21-32; Acts 2:14-21
8.00 pm Taize Prayer - Bishop Selwyn Chapel
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: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.holy-trinity.org.nz