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Prof Joe Bessler Presentation at Chartwell Cooperating Parish. "The Virtues of a Questionable Faith"
Prof Joe Bessler Presentations; Video Recordings of Presentations at Chartwell Cooperating Parish Video 1; Six Models of Faith Emerging from the Jesus Seminar.
THE COMMUNITY OF ST LUKES REMUERA – NEWMARKET PARISH COUNCIL MEETING, WEDNESDAY 20th DECEMBER 2017 PRESENT: The Revd Glynn Cardy, David McNabb, David Boswell, Ken Hulls, Geoff Olliff, Kathryn Jones, Barbara Smith, Rebeca Hayward, Alexa Johnston. APOLOGIES: Paul Martin, Trevor Mosely, Penelope Stevenson, Colin Rose DEVOTIONS: Glynn opened the... Read more...
Sydney Ahlstrom, an American church historian, refers to the 1960s and 1970s as “The Traumatic Years” for “American Religion and Culture”. He points to “a disjunction between received tradition and present belief”; “criticisms levelled at the biblical tradition as a whole”; “radical criticism of both the churches and their traditional doctrines”;... Read more...
“There are 22 million refugees in the world, half of whom are under 18 years old,” says Minister Glynn Cardy, “New Zealand can and must do more. ‘Welcome #500Now’ is a campaign that we think all churches, faiths, and politicians – across the spectrum – could support.” A billboard supporting the campaign is being erected outside St Luke’s today.
“There are 22 million refugees in the world, half of whom are under 18 years old,” says Minister Glynn Cardy, “New Zealand can and must do more. ‘Welcome #500Now’ is a campaign that we think all churches, faiths, and politicians – across the spectrum – could support.” A billboard supporting the campaign is being erected outside St Luke’s today.
A Mother's Day afternoon of choral and organ music Sunday 14 May 2017. 2pm. The choir of St Andrew's Epsom, directed by Neil Shroff, with the choir of St Luke's Remuera, directed by Jill Stotter. Choir accompanists are Philip Smith on the organ and Sue Gaddis on piano. Organ solos by Stephen Vincent. This is a benefit concert for St Andrew's... Read more...
Monday 9th January, the NZ Herald front page featured the couple who were married at St Luke's and who generously shared their wedding cake with a homeless man who was resting under the trees beside the church.  View the video here 
Christmas Eve, 7pm –  a community occasion especially designed for children and their supporters, whether the children are familiar with church or not.  It is a fun service with stories, carols, fairies, candles, and Santa.  You are welcome to dress up too. The service begins at 7pm on Christmas Eve and is about 50 minutes long.  
To view The Reverend Gretta Vosper, a well-known progressive atheist minister, speaking on ‘Religion beyond Religion’ click here;View
 “The Community of St Luke is a Christian congregation embedded in the way of Jesus and in that spirit committed to learning from and with all who seek to contribute to the healing of our wounded world. In particular the Community of St Luke is deeply committed to promoting interfaith engagement as an expression of peacemaking in our time and an... Read more...
Click here to view The Reverend Gretta Vosper, a well-known progressive atheist minister, speaking on ‘Religion beyond Religion’.view

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