Eucharist in Te Reo Maori
(3rd Saturday of month only)
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Details at office 839 4683
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Anglican Diocese of Waikato and Taranaki
Community Ministry Programme
MINISTRY AT ST PETER’S CATHEDRAL
IS GOD CALLING YOU TO ANY OF THE MANY VARIED MINISTRIES THAT THE CATHEDRAL PROVIDES?
To lead worship? To lead the prayers of intercession? To read scriptures at services of Holy Communion? To assist with the chalice? To join the altar serving team? To assist in outreach work? To help with Young Church, Youth Club? To work with young people? To welcome people into the Cathedral? To visit the sick? To preach, proclaim, preside? To ministry and ordination? To help the homeless? To feed the poor? To pastoral care and the visiting ministry? To help with Young Church or Youth Club? To pray with people in St Anne’s chapel during communion?
If you would like a conversation about any of these (and other) areas of ministry and service then please do call Dean Peter, 07 8394683 or 021 197 7788, who would be pleased to hear from you and to explore further where God might be leading you. All of what we do and offer as a Cathedral is open to the participation of everyone following the appropriate discernment.
How we can help - If you should encounter anyone requiring assistance whilst in the Cathedral precincts please refer that request to the Dean or to a member of clergy or to a warden. We have a well-developed programme in place whereby we can offer a range of services from hot showers, hot meals, foodbank support, emergency food parcels, clothing, nappies for babies and children, milk powder and assistance with budgeting and WINZ. In line with the other social service agencies of the city, under no circumstances is money to be handed out to any person. If you would like more information concerning our community ministry programme then please to speak to the Dean. Thank you.
How can I help?
MEN’S GROUP HOMELESS-SHELTER MEAL ROSTER
Serving a hot meal once a week at the Hamilton Christian Night Shelter - help on the meal roster. Also, collecting cutlery, bedding, men’s clothing, shoes, for distribution to the homeless and the shelter.
HAMILTON WOMEN’S REFUGE
Collecting clothing, bedding, toys, indeed anything to assist with the rehousing of families
HAMILTON’S COMBINED CHRISTIAN FOODBANK
Add some groceries to your own shopping to share with others in need and suffering from food shortages across this city. We collect for the Foodbank every Sunday.
PASTORAL CARE AT ST PETER’S CATHEDRAL
The Cathedral, under the direction of the Dean, Peter Rickman, leads a team of trained clergy and lay people to assist in the ministry of caring for those in any kind of need.
The team is available for hospital and home visits, counselling support, house blessings and at times simply to be a listening ear or a shoulder to lean on. Our pastoral-care ministry is open to you and your loved ones, it is free of charge, and all are welcome to have access to it. It operates with the highest standards of care and confidentiality. Please speak to Dean Peter via contact details on the back page of this pew sheet.