Kia ora Many people have told us recently that they’re missing time for fellowship at church on Sundays. So, on Sunday, March 13th (three Sundays away) we’re going to hold a different kind of service. Instead of meeting at George Street Normal School, we’re going to meet in people’s houses. The service will be pre-recorded,Continue reading “Home Church in March”
Leith Valley Presbyterian Church welcomes University and Polytech students to Dunedin and invites you to our Church Services: Sunday mornings, 10am, in the George St Normal School Hall, 989 George St [vaccine verified pass required, limit 100] or invites you to our partner ministry Student Soul – see link below.
Kia ora everyone. Along with Nicki Swift, I am Ambassador for this year’s Relay Your Way, replacing the old Relay for Life fundraiser for the Cancer Society. I like to see my involvement in this as contributing to Jesus’ admonition that we be like salt and light in the communities we live in. I wouldContinue reading “Relay for Life – Natalie Yeoman”
Our services return to the George Street Normal School site after the Home Church weekend. As advised from the council, two bubbles will be in place, similar to the level three scenario. Children and Youth as one and the Church service as the other. Please note: once you enter a bubble as an adult youContinue reading “Back to George Street School”
This week at 267 Malvern Street, check your emails for details.
Great news! Tessa and the team are back for this term. Tessa will be in touch with the established group directly and new comers are very welcome.
Dear St Stephens Leith Valley Presbyterian Parish Much of our attention has been focused on Tonga since the major eruption on Saturday. We have been in contact with others and took the opportunity to invite church representatives to make a collective response. CWS has launched the Tonga Emergency Appeal to assist those affected. We will support the TongaContinue reading “Beautiful Tonga needs our Help”
Join us this Sunday, January 23rd, still in the valley at 267 Malvern Street @ 10:00 am This weeks Message by Tessa Lovelock.