by Cameron Bellm While we grieve our closed churches, I wonder if, maybe, just maybe, Jesus is happy he’s been let out of the constraints of the physical church building for a little while, free to stretch his long limbs of love in the world. Since we can’t go to him, I imagine him coming… Read More Prayer of Reassurance: Jesus Walks Among Us
Prayer for a PandemicBy Cameron Bellm May we who are merely inconveniencedRemember those whose lives are at stake.May we who have no risk factorsRemember those most vulnerable.May we who have the luxury of working from homeRemember those who must choose between preserving their health or making their rent.May we who have the flexibility to care… Read More PRAYER for A Pandemic
CartoonChurch.com has been producing wonderful cartoons for churches since 2005. Having recently got a licence to reproduce them for St Matthew’s I am hoping that you also enjoy the humour and prayerfulness that each cartoon contains.
The Anglican SChools Network has just released this resource site that is aimed at supporting children. There are some very helpful links that help to support our children’s faith during this time away from school. https://anglicanschools.nz/chapel-school-life/covid19/
Driving Miss Daisy is able to offer the following services during the Level 4 lockdown. During this period we are classed as an essential service, so we can provide the following:– Delivering/collecting prescriptions- Taking people to and from their medical appointments– Grocery shopping (we can either shop for you or we can collect a click and collect/ishop order)–… Read More Driving Miss Daisy Services
The Spinoff website has created an excellent article about Covid19 and it is well worth the read. Follow this link Viruses vs Everyone.
At 11.59pm today (Wednesday 25th March) we find ourselves in a radically new situation. We must stay at home (unless involved in essential work). Where we stay tonight is where we must stay from now on. We must only have physical contact with those we are living with while we remain at Level 4. We will… Read More From Alister, our Parish Priest – We are Moving Alert Level 4