Christmas 2018

Come to Church for Christmas

Sunday November 25th at 9.30am – Stir-up Sunday – making our Christmas cake

Sunday December 16th at 9.30am –  Carols and Readings

Christmas Eve Monday December 24th at 7pm – Family Communion

Christmas Day Tuesday December 25th there will be no service at St. Philip and All Saints.
Anglican Communion Services in Timaru for Christmas Day will be held at
St. John’s, Wai-iti Road
St. Mary’s, Church Street

There will be no Service at St Philip and All Saints on Sunday January 27th as we will be joining with the rest of the South Canterbury Archdeaconry for a combined service in the Caroline Bay Hall at 10.30 followed by a BYO Picnic Lunch

Merry Christmas & Ngā mihi o te Kirihimete

Why Presents? Why Christmas Trees? Why Jesus? Why Not Find Out…

Most of us know something of the Christmas story – a baby, a stable, animals, wise men, shepherds. But it often seems far removed from our lives here and now. What is the point? It’s a great story but does it mean anything for us here now? The answer is YES!

“The birth of Jesus is a birth with a message. It takes the entire Bible to bring the complete message, but this birth is the core of it: In Jesus, God is here to give us life, real life.” (from the Message of Christmas – E. Peterson)

Ngā mihi mō te Kirihimete

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