TWENTY-FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Choral Eucharist: Choral Evensong:
15 SEPTEMBER 2013 8.00am Eucharist (ANZPB) - Marsden Chapel Presiding Priest and: The Reverend Jo Kelly-Moore, Dean Preacher: Julie Guest, Ordinand, St John’s College 9.00am Holy Communion (BCP 1928) - St Stephen’s Chapel Presiding Priest and Preacher: The Reverend Frank Wright 10.00am Choral Eucharist- Cathedral Nave Presiding Priest: The Very Reverend Jo Kelly-Moore, Dean Preacher: Julie Guest, Ordinand, St John’s College Organ Recital – Cathedral Chancel – Timothy Noon, Director of Music 5.00pm Choral Evensong - Cathedral Chancel Officiant: The Reverend Tony Surman, Cathedral Precentor Homilist: The Very Reverend Jo Kelly-Moore, Dean TODAY’S READINGS Jeremiah 4: 11-12, 22-28, 1 Timothy 1: 12-17, Luke 15: 1-10 Isaiah 60: 1-7, 17-22, John 6: 51-69
Sentence: The Lord is good to all, and his compassion is over all that he has made.Psalm 145:9 Collect: Good Shepherd of the sheep, by whom the lost are sought and guided into the fold; feed us and we shall be satisfied, heal us and we shall be whole, lead us and we shall rest assured. Hear this prayer for your love’s sake. Amen
WELCOME TO AUCKLAND CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY TRINITY Celebrating God’s love Welcoming all - Worshipping God - Nourishing community - Empowering action 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 St Stephen's, and give it to a sidesperson at the door or to one of the clergy. FROM THE DEAN’S DESK ... Social Security Act 1938 Tomorrow, Monday 16th September, is the 75th anniversary of the enacting of the Social Security Act. To mark this significant anniversary, in partnership with Child Poverty Action Group, we are hosting a free public lecture tomorrow evening (7pm for a 7.30pm start). The keynote speakers for the evening are Associate Professor of Economics Susan St John (Auckland University), Professor of Economics Paul Dalziel (Lincoln University) and Senior Lecturer in Law Mamari Stephens (Victoria University). There will also be an opportunity for questions and discussion. Speakers will consider this piece of legislation which has, in many ways defined our social values and expectations as a nation. As well as reflecting on its history and the leadership of Michael Joseph Savage, this anniversary also invites us to look around us now, and forward to how we want our nation to be. We know that many of our social indicators, from literacy rates to child poverty are amongst the worst in OECD nations. We recognise also this relatively new phenomenon of ‘the working poor. In my lifetime whereas my parents, on one government employee income, could purchase a house and raise a family, today that is not possible. Today, unless you are among the most wealthy in our nation, both parents must work and often even two incomes will not necessarily provide security for a family. What has happened in these last 75 years? This anniversary provides a great opportunity for discussion and reflection. Invite some friends to join you! Jo Kelly-Moore, Dean
WHAT’S ON TODAY? CATHEDRAL ORGAN RECITAL SERIES FOR 2013: Today’s recital is by Timothy Noon, Director of Music at Holy Trinity Cathedral. Adults $20/Concession $15/ Students $5. Recitals commence at 3pm in the Cathedral Chancel. Rachael Griffith-Hughes will now perform on Sunday 17 November.
FOR THE DIARY THANKSGIVING FOR PETS SERVICE: Next Sunday, 22 September, 10am – A celebration of God’s gifts in creation. Please bring your pets and your two legged family and friends! OPEN 4EM: This group next meets on Monday, 23 September at 7 pm for a shared meal and discussion at Pam Rose's home. Discussion will be on Bishop John Bluck's book "Turbulent Waters". Enquiries to Frank Wright 845 0260. THE NEXT PRODUCTION AT THE DOLPHIN THEATRE, Onehunga, is the Auckland premiere of Memory of Water, (a comedy about three sisters and a funeral) on 28 September at 8pm, with dinner beforehand at 6pm at The Landing restaurant for those who wish to attend. Email Gary at email@example.com or leave a message on 521 6017 if you'd like to come.
CATHEDRAL NEWS CHILDREN AND FAMILIES MINISTRY: Holy Trinity Cathedral is seeking to employ a new Children and Families Minister(s). This is a 10 hour position and focuses on Sunday morning ministry with children and their families and leading the team of enthusiastic KK teachers, as well as some connection with mainly music and our children’s choirs. For more information or to apply please contact the Dean. CATHEDRAL JUNIOR CHOIR: Our junior choristers sing evensong on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. We now have 45 choristers who sing regularly. With this number, and their busyness, we now need some help each Tuesday and Thursday evening from 4pm-6.15pm to help the children robe, keep their robing rooms, music folders and other resources in good order, and to be another adult around to help supervise. Handiness with a needle and thread would be great too! If there was a small group from our Cathedral community who might do this on a rostered basis that would be great. Our junior choirs ministry is a vital and wonderful way in which we reach out to our wider community. Can you help? Please contact Dean Jo or Director of Music, Tim Noon. SELWYN’S VISION: LET’S FINISH WHAT HISTORY STARTED: Last Sunday members of our Selwyn’s Vision team and our Synod representatives gave an update on the project to Synod. There is also a series of three one hour tours of the Project open to everyone who has not yet done this. These will be on Wednesday 25 September at 5.30pm, Thursday 10 October at 10am and Saturday 12 October at 10.30am. Everyone is welcome. Please call or email the office to register. THANK YOU to everyone from the Cathedral community who helped out in many different ways with our hosting of Synod. From choristers to supper servers and everything in between – well done everyone and thank you! BIG BAND BUILD! Habitat for Humanity, in partnership with Holy Trinity Cathedral and the New Zealand Music Foundation, is staging another housing build between 9 and 16 October on the Cathedral forecourt. The Cathedral is looking for volunteers to represent our community in the
build – if you could help out with serving morning and afternoon tea, could do some baking, or would like a turn on the building site please email the office or see the Dean. HOSPITAL CHAPLAINCY APPEAL: 22-29 September 2013 In times of personal crisis, it’s important that no one feels alone. Hospital Chaplains are there for all people in need, regardless of their individual beliefs, to provide support and comfort. Because we all need someone... Your support makes our support possible. Hospital Chaplains provide much needed support for patients, relatives and hospital staff. Donation envelopes will be included in next week’s newsletter, we encourage you to support this very worthwhile cause.
COMMUNITY NEWS AND EVENTS RICHARD DAWKINS, LLOYD GEERING AND GOD: Retired Anglican Bishop and former Dean of Holy Trinity Cathedral, Richard Randerson, critiques the atheistic conclusions of Richard Dawkins and Lloyd Geering, finding that they are based on the same fundamentalist assumption. The address will be followed by discussion. Tonight, Sunday, 15 September, 7pm (tea/coffee), 7.30pm at St Luke's Presbyterian Church Centre, 130 Remuera Rd. THE BAND OF HER MAJESTY'S ROYAL MARINES PLYMOUTH AND THE ROYAL NEW ZEALAND NAVY BAND PRESENTS SEA SONGS - Friday 27 September. The Royal New Zealand Navy Band is Auckland's premier military concert band, led by Director of Music Lieutenant Commander Owen Clarke. The Band will perform alongside one of the UK's top military bands, Her Majesty's Royal Marines, in their tour of Australia and New Zealand. This event is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see both world class bands perform side by side. tickets can be booked through iTICKETS www.iticket.co.nz . THE CLASSIC HITS ACOUSTIC CHURCH TOUR - Saturday 28 September: Dave Dobbyn and Don McGlashan together in concert -The 2013 Classic Hits Acoustic Church Tour presents two of New Zealand’s most beloved songwriters and artists, together for the first time in a concert collaboration like no other. Together they form a pairing that will be even greater than the sum of its parts and a fitting way to mark the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the first Acoustic Church tour. Tickets from acousticchurchtour.co.nz/ ticketmaster.co.nz/0800 111 999.
CAN YOU HELP? ACCOMMODATION REQUIRED: 1 bedroom flat in the Remuera vicinity for a congregation member of St Paul's Cathedral in Wellington now living in Auckland. Please contact the Cathedral office on 303 9500 if you can help.
FOR OUR PRAYERS We pray for those who have died and call to mind those whose anniversaries occur at this time especially Donald Binney and Bill Fong. Prayer for Missions: Today we pray for the Anglican Indigenous Network (AIN) and its work in development, training, and resource sharing of its international members: American Indians, indigenous Alaskans, Canadians, and Hawaiians, along with Maori, Australian Aboriginals and the Torres Strait Islanders. Prayers for the Church: In the Anglican Communion we pray for the church in Nigeria.
In our Province we pray for Prison Chaplains and all those faith communities supporting prisoners and their families. In our Diocese we pray for the Southern Archdeaconry and Archdeacon Sue McCafferty, we pray for the parishes of Manurewa, Clendon and Papakura and Friendship House in Manukau. In Te Hui Amorangi O Te Tai Tokerau we pray for the South Auckland Maori Mission and Manukau Institute of Technology. Our prayers have been asked for … Amy, Don, Bella, Mark, Libby, Felicity, Margaret and Judith. Our prayers are for people who have either requested prayer or accepted an invitation to be prayed for. The prayers are coordinated by Paul Kelly-Moore, Pastoral Care Minister on 303 9500 or firstname.lastname@example.org. CATHEDRAL PRAYER CHAIN: This group of Cathedral parishioners is committed to praying for those things requested of them – intercessions or thanksgiving. Prayer requests will be kept confidential and will only be taken with the consent of those concerned. To make a prayer request please phone Lynette Wright (845 0260).
WORSHIP AT HOLY TRINITY CATHEDRAL – 16 SEPTEMBER TO 23 SEPTEMBER WEEKDAY EUCHARIST - MARSDEN CHAPEL Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 12.15pm Tuesday - 10.15am
WEEKDAY EVENSONG - CHANCEL Tuesday 5.30pm Cathedral Choristers Wednesday 6.00pm Cathedral Choir Thursday 5.30pm Cathedral Choristers TWENTY-FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME SUNDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2013 8.00am Holy Communion (BCP 1928) - Marsden Chapel Presiding Priest and Preacher: The Reverend Tony Surman, Cathedral Precentor 9.00am Holy Communion (BCP 1928) - St Stephen’s Chapel, Judge Street, Parnell Presiding Priest and Preacher: The Reverend Dr Calum Gilmour, Priest 10.00am Choral Eucharist - Cathedral Nave - Thanksgiving for Pets Service Presiding Priest: The Reverend Tony Surman, Cathedral Precentor Preacher: The Very Reverend Jo Kelly-Moore, Dean 5.00pm Choral Evensong - Cathedral Chancel Officiant: The Reverend Canon Howard Leigh Homilist: The Reverend Tony Surman, Cathedral Precentor Choral Eucharist: Choral Evensong:
READINGS: Sunday 22 September 2013 Deuteronomy 8: 6-10, Romans 8: 18-25, Mark 4: 26-32 Ezra 1: 1-8, John 7:14-24
CATHEDRAL STAFF Dean: The Very Reverend Jo Kelly-Moore Cathedral Precentor: The Reverend Tony Surman Cathedral Secretary: Liz Williams [9am–4pm Monday–Friday] Events and Publicity Manager: Sarah Harris Director of Music: Timothy Noon Cathedral Organist: Philip Smith Pastoral Care Minister: Paul Kelly-Moore Children and Families Ministers: Matthew & Terrena Griffiths Accounts Manager: Marion Paterson Maintenance Manager: Mark Crowther Selwyn’s Vision Campaign Office: Desré Simpson P O Box 37 148 Parnell, Auckland 1151, email: email@example.com, www.holy-trinity.org.nz
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