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Fr Peter Beck presided and preached. The Gospel reading was John 13:31-35.

Read on for the service video and sermon text.

We were glad to welcome Bishop Tom Brown to celebrate the mass on the 31st anniversary of his consecration. Mother Meg Harvey gave a sermon from Acts 21:1-19 and John 10:22-30.

Read on for the sermon text.

Fr Peter Beck presided and preached. The Gospel reading was John 21.1-19.

Read on for sermon text and the service video.

During the service, it was announced that Mother Meg Harvey will be taking up the role of Vicar of Amberley from the first of August. We will be very sorry to see her go and will hold her future ministry in our prayers.

Fr Peter Beck presided and preached. The Gospel reading was John 20:19-31.

Read on for sermon text and the service video.

This year we were blessed to be able to celebrate the Triduum together. As we journeyed through the most holy period of the Christian year, we heard sermons from Father Peter Beck, Mother Meg Harvey, and Bishop Peter Carrell. You can read them all here.

All photos are by Alistair Kinniburgh.

Fr Peter Beck presided and preached. The Gospel reading was Luke's passion narrative.

Read on for the sermon and a video of the service.

This Sunday, the 10th of April, we will follow Jesus's path to the cross as we pray the Stations of the Cross.

Derek and Keryn Ward will sing excerpts from Pergolesi's Stabat Mater accompanied by our Organist Paul V. Ellis.

Download the order of service here.

Fr Peter Beck presided and Mother Meg Harvey preached. The Gospel reading was taken from
John 12:1-8.

Read on for the sermon and a video of the service.

Fr Peter Beck presided and Fr Bosco Peters (liturgy.co.nz) preached. The Gospel reading was taken from Luke 13:1-9.

Read on for the sermon and a video of the service (and a cartoon).

Mother Meg Harvey presided and Fr Peter Beck preached as we celebrated the Transfiguration. We heard the Transfiguration account from Luke 9:28-36.

No video this week, but read on for the sermon below.