NOTICES – September 2019

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NOTICES – September 2019

Hospital Service
This month it is our turn to assist at the Sunday morning
service
on Sept 15, 2019
If you can help please contact Margaret King ph 483 5680.
This involves being at North Shore Hospital to help with taking patients
to and from the wards to the chapel service on the Sunday morning.
Church Working Bee
Thank you to everyone who came to help with the weeding, clipping
and pruning around the church grounds. It is looking good. We have
spread the resulting mulch around the property to either smother
weeds or nurture other plants.
There is still more to be done and have scheduled another date –
Saturday 5 October 1-5 pm. Please bring your tools.  There is
planting, weeding, clipping and pruning to be done.
Rosemarie Dawson
Ph: 021656781
Floral Affair
Plan to come to our annual celebration of spring – Saturday 19
October – bring a group of friends. It’s a great afternoon of
entertainment and of course, the famous St Aidans afternoon
tea.
Tickets are available now from Dale. (see poster below)
DINNER CLUB
The date this month will be Saturday evening 28 September.
The dinner club is a get together at a local restaurant, a
good time to meet each other over a meal.
For the venue contact Dale, on 428 3793 or
adalekerr@gmail.com .
FOOD BANK
Contributions brought to the weekly Sunday services are
for the Salvation Army Food Bank in Glenfield.
This month’s special need is: toothpaste.
Other general pantry and toiletry items always welcome in our box at
St Aidans.
(NB Fresh fruit* or vegetables e.g. potatoes, carrots, onions -and also
fresh eggs, are also given out by the Food Bank.
BUT you would need to deliver them yourself to the depot 430
Glenfield Road on Monday, Wednesday, Friday mornings from 9.30
am. Our regular delivery is dry goods only. )
*Remember the current restrictions if you are in the Fruit Fly
Surveillance Zone.

Worrying does not take away tomorrow’s
troubles, it takes away today’s peace .

Worrying does not take away tomorrow’s
troubles, it takes away today’s peace .