COMING UP:

The church is open for everyone to attend

AUGUST 2019

4 August
10 am Rev D Williams
12 pm Rev J Suwantika  
                       
11 August
10 am Rev D Williams
12 pm Rev J Suwantika                  
18 August
10 am Rev D Williams
12 pm Rev J Suwantika  
                       
25 August
10 am Rev D Williams
12 pm Rev J Suwantika                  
 
SEPTEMBER 2019

1 September
10 am Rev D Williams
12 pm Rev J Suwantika  
                       
8 September
10 am Rev D Williams
12 pm Rev J Suwantika                  
 
15 September
10 am 
Rev D Williams & Rev J Suwantika
Joint Worship followed by AGM
                    
22 September 
10 am Rev D Williams
12 pm Rev J Suwantika
29 September 
10 am Rev D Williams
12 pm Rev J Suwantika

Sunday Service Times:

International Service in English:
* 10 AM

Indonesian Service:
* 12 Noon

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Weekly Activities:

Wednesdays 7.30 to 9.00 pm                       Prayer meeting, join us and bring your friends along

Thursdays 5.30pm to 7.00 pm
English Conversational Class & Bible Study

Saturday breakfast fellowship 9:00 am to 12:00 noon                     includes discussions on Christianity, table tennis etc

Saturday Youth Group Fellowship 6:00 to 7:00 pm                                       for youth between the ages 14 to 24 years old

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For the funeral service of well-known singer and entertainer, Les Andrews QSM 20 Oct 1917 - 28 Feb 2014

Les Andrews together with his wife Sonia have been much loved members of St Andrews for many years and Les will be deeply missed. As well as their own contribution as singers, they both made a huge contribution to promoting the arts and supporting artists, singers, and musicians in this country, not to mention their contributions to the early development of television and broadcasting.

Fond tributes were given at the funeral by Les' children and also by well known members of the New Zealand Broadcasting and Entertainment scene, including Ric Carlyon, Max Cryer, Merv Smith, and Everard Otto, WW2 Veteran of the Italian Campaign, and Gary Russell representing the RSA. 

May Les rest in peace!

And may God be with you all.

Rev Dr Murray Gow

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