This section contains notices and updates from our Wardens & Clergy during this COVID-19 Pandemic
Sunday 17 September - St Peter's at Level 1
Notice from Vicar Stuart Goodin
A reminder that Daylight Saving starts on Sunday morning, so put your clocks forward 1 hour before you go to bed on Saturday night to ensure you’re not late for church!
This Sunday 27th we are back into Alert
From Vicar Stuart Goodin
As you will be aware, we are in Alert Level 2 conditions. Until this changes, we will operate services on the following basis:
Attendance is limited to 100 people.
This Sunday 14th we return to having
communion available in both kinds, the passing of the peace, no physical distancing requirements, and morning tea following the 10:00am service.
This decision i
It was wonderful to gather together for worship in the church last Sunday, and our measures to observe the pandemic requirements seemed to work smoothly.
This Sunday 7 June we will therefore celebrate the Eucharist:
BCP at 8am
Worship at St Peter's this Sunday, 31 May
This Sunday 31 May we are permitted to hold services of up to 100 people. We rejoice that we are able to gather in greater numbers as we celebrate Pentecost.
We will hold services at 8am and 10am
Worship at St Peter's this Sunday, 24 May
The present Covid-19 provisions allow us to hold gatherings of up to 10 people.
Recognising the longing that many of us have to be together with our brothers and sisters in Christ as we worship, starting this Sunday, 24 May, we will provide Sunday worship in
On Tuesday, Stuart became our Vicar. Today is his first Sunday as our parish priest.
My role changes from that of Bishop’s warden to Vicar’s Warden.
I know you will all join me in welcoming Stuart and Christine to our parish family and praying for their ministry with us. Welcome Goodins!
The marking of Stuart’s arrival may be one of the most informal in
Greetings to you all on this Easter day.
Christ is risen! He is risen indeed – alleluia!
Firstly, I wish to acknowledge the energetic and diligent work of our own Ingrid, Ross, and now Faye in their frequent contributions to the internet presence of our parish family. Among other communications, this form of reaching out is keeping us going. T
A Phone Call & Prayer From Bishop Justin
This afternoon Bishop Justin phoned me to ask about the welfare of our parish family and extend the support of our diocesan team as we negotiate our way through this strange time in history. We discussed our respective family situations: ours with five of our six family members under one roof; and Bishop Justin havin