This week's Newsletter
Exciting news for those over 65. The Selwyn Foundation have started a program on Thursday mornings 9.30-12noon each week . This is a well balanced program which starts with arthritis exercises, something for the mind, morning tea and games or crafts.
Age Concern are starting a Falls Prevention program on Friday mornings from the 2nd March. Keep posted for further details. Don't forget Tai Chi on Mondays at 11am which is also a great exercise to help you to not have falls.
Progressive Exploration Service
7pm usually on the 1st Sunday of each month.
4th March at 7pm - Sir David Moxon.
Sir David Moxon was the Anglican Bishop of Waikato and Archbishop of New Zealand until 2013 when he was appointed as the Archbishop of Canterbury's representative to the Holy See and Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome, a position he held until retiring in 2017. This role involved relating to the Vatican on behalf of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Anglican Communion. The Anglican Centre is an Anglican "embassy" in Rome which promotes Christian unity through hospitality, prayer and education, and which brokers new joint endeavours by the Catholic and Anglican churches for education, ecumenism and shared mission.
Come along and hear about Sir David's experiences and the work of the Anglican Centre in Rome.YACC (Evening Youth Group)
Older Persons Strategic Plan
Parish Overarching Strategic Focus
Youth and Family Strategic Plan
Inclusiveness Strategic Plan
Chat Room 11am on occasional Sunday mornings, social justice or topical issues are explored in more depth, and an opportunity to formulate ways of putting our faith into action. Keep an eye on church notices for upcoming chatroom events.
Window on Waikato Poverty
Family Movie Nights
Movie Nights have finnished until Winter next year.
Bring your own takeaways and meet for dinner at 6.00pm. $2 per person and an ice cream is provided. Bring a friend. All welcome!
Wednesday Community Lunches are on each Wednesday at 12 noon during the winter months. Spring is upon us so the lunches have finished until May 2018. Koha appreciated. Everyone welcome to come along have some fellowship and a light lunch.
Chartwell Gold Club is an independent group that meets on the second Wednesday afternoon of the month at 1.00pm in the Church Hall. It is aimed at over 60s but anyone who would like fellowship, fun, outings, entertainment and education is welcome to come along. If you would like to know more please contact the Church Office or phone Ruth 855 6048. We would love to see you.