On the 30th of November St Stephens hosted the Waikato Waiariki Synod. The Ladies of the Church provided a special Christmas meal.
Op shop and Womens fellowship Luncheon at the Nautilus Tauranga 31/7/18
Jigsaw library opening
Saturday 7th July 10am- 12 non Margaret Birtles office (Entrance off Highmore place)
There are over 100 puzzles to choose from. Come and check it out
$2 per family to join and only 50c-$1 per puzzle to hire.
The Library will be open each Saturday at the same time. Please share this news with your friends.
On Friday 2nd of March St Stephens hosted the inter denominational world day of prayer
Anne Booth made the display representing the different plants and flowers of Suriname which is a small country in south America
On Sunday the 18th of February the Rev Susan Thompson conducted a covenant service during which a covenant was signed for Deacon Margret Birtles for her to serve two more years st St Stephens.
On Sunday 31st of December 2017
a barbecue-Lunch was held at Pat and Geoff Warth's place
On Sunday the 12th of November 2017
The Girls Brigade held there annual awards service
Combined Service at St Stevens.
Those that did not go to the service at Hamilton on Sunday 8th October,
met at St Stevens Church where the service was led by Geoff Warth Click Hereto see photos taken at the service.
On Sunday 13th of August, a special Church service was conducted by Deacon Margaret Birtles to Recognise and affirm groups using the premises
They included Care and craft. Yoga. Achieve. Toastmasters Club. Strengthening families. Stand children's services and the Silver Singers.
Margaret Birtles Conducting the service celebrating 50 years since the Church was opened
And pictures of the congregation and service. 09.02.14.pdf
As part of the National Neighbours day promotion, St. Stephens church, and Stand children's services, will be sharing a barbecue at 15 Brookfield Tce , with its neighbours on Monday the 26th March from 4.30pm.
There will be entertainment for children. As a church community it is good for us to Know the people who live nearby and this helps create a sense of belonging, builds trust and strengthens connections in communities. It makes people happier and feel safer.
Come along and enjoy meeting others in the Neighbourhood.