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Sir Paul Reeves Memorial Lecture
Vaughan Park Sir Paul Reeves Memorial Lecture in association with Massey University on 22 July 2014 at 7pm, “What’s Past is Prologue: Nostalgia and Utopianism in New Zealand”.  Professor Moon's presentation is part of The Annual Vaughan Park Sir Paul Reeves Memorial Lecture Series.  This is a free public lecture.  For further details email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or (09) 473 2600.  An indication of interest to attend would be appreciated, please use the booking form on their website (www.vaughanpark.org.nz) or phone Marion Nickerson 09 473 2600.
Te Rongopai DVD

Celebrating 200 years of The Good News in New Zealand,1814 - 2014 - from Samuel Marsden forward.  "History that lives. An essential part of the New Zealand story. A rare combination of excellent storytelling and sound scholarship." Professor Paul Moon Historian.  This 65 minute DVD is available from Heartbeat Christian Store in Warkworth ($25.00).

Organ Student Scholarship

Organ Student scholarship - are you interested?

We are offering a scholarship to anyone seriously interested in furthering their keyboard skills, specifically on the organ.



 RELIGIOUS EXTREMISM & WORLD PEACE, Muslim & Christian perspectives

You are invited to listen in on a conversation about some big issues for today.

Presenters: Dr Ali Boorooni – Islamic scholar, Ahlulbayt Foundation of NZ, Matthew Blaine Hand – International Director of Lutheran Mideast Development.

Sunday 3 August, 1.30pm at Islamic Ahlulbayt Foundation Centre, 27 Ben Lomond Crescent, Pakuranga Heights

WW1 Centenary Service

Centenary Service marking the commencement of World War I Sunday, 3 August, 5pm This service takes place on the eve of the day, a century ago, when Britain declared war on Germany.  From the 4 August 1914 through to 11 November 1918, New Zealand, as part of the British Empire, was at war.  Over 100,000 New Zealand troops and nurses served overseas during the conflict.  16,697 New Zealanders were killed and 41,317 were wounded in the field.  Many hundreds more died in training and, after the war, of injuries sustained.  The names of those who died are affixed to brass plaques in churches and on cenotaphs up and down the country.  They are sobering lists.  Please mark this Vigil Service in your diary as one on which to remember the human cost of war, to pray for our Defence Forces, and, not least, to pray for peace.  This service has been planned in partnership between the Auckland Returned and Services Association and Holy Trinity Cathedral.  The service will be held in St Mary’s-in-Holy Trinity Cathedral, 446 Parnell Road.  All are welcome!

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