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Due to the imminent retirement of our current Elder Care Group Coordinator we are seeking expressions of interest from suitable people for this 6 hour a week position. This would be a great role for anyone relating well to seniors and wanting to contribute to the community. It could also be a shared position [...]
St Barnabas is seeking to appoint a Music Coordinator for its Lifestreams congregation. This congregation, which meets at 10am on a Sunday morning includes people of all ages, and has a particular emphasis on children’s ministry. The coordinator would need to be an experienced musician or singer and have the ability to lead a [...]
St Barnabas is looking for a Young Adults Worker to join the staff team and carry forward our exciting Young Adult’s Ministry. The person must have some experience working with young adults, an enthusiasm for the message of Jesus Christ and the ability to build a young adult community. St Barnabas is a lively [...]
Admin and Hall Project: Sincere thanks to Corinne Haines who has been overseeing the engineering and design work on these two buildings for the year up to now. Corinne, who has a very demanding professional life, has stepped down from this role and Don Mackenzie has agreed to take it up. Corinne will still [...]
How will the Northwood family whose house blew up the other day pick themselves up after such a shocking and devastating loss? How will the Muslim community recover following the mosque shootings of 15 March? And how will our city continue to recover after the devastation of the 210-11 earthquakes? Well it turns out [...]
25 people attended the Science and Faith Discussion Evening last week and although it was a squeeze, the response was very positive indeed. As a follow up I am proposing a reading group to begin in November reading Alister McGrath’s book ‘Surprised by Meaning: Science, Faith, and How We Make Sense of Things.’ Please [...]
The parish established a Facebook page a number of years ago and we now have over 300 followers. The Communications Team are planning to post more regularly so that our follower base increases even more and we can publicise the many positive ministries and good news stories that take place within our parish. This [...]