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Kei te mihi atu matou ki a koutou i runga i te ingoa o to tatou a Ihu Karaiti, nau mai haere mai. We greet you all in the name of Jesus Christ.

Please note – the 161st Annual General Meeting of the congregation will now be held in the Church at 7 pm on the date previously advertised of Wednesday 6 October 2021. There will not be a shared meal. The Rev’d Professor Murray Rae will speak at 7pm and the more formal part of the meeting will begin around 7.30 pm. Documents for this meeting can be found on the Church Council’s page.

Interested in professing your faith? This Sunday evening, in place of the evening service, a group will be gathering to explore the possibility of profession of faith or baptism. Over the course of six sessions over the next few weeks (not necessarily all on Sundays), we will discuss the foundations of the faith. If you’re interested, contact Jordan (jordan.redding@otago.ac.nz) or Kerry (minister@knoxchurch.net) Cotton Fabric for Wax Wraps Fundraiser Do you have any old cotton fabric lying around? Perhaps a cotton shirt with a hole in it? We are looking for extra cotton fabric to use in making bees wax wraps as a fundraiser event for Knox. If you have any extra fabric (it does have to be 100% cotton) that you would be happy to donate, please contact Vanessa or Knox Office. Please get in touch before Sunday 10 October, as we will be arranging a Making Day shortly after this (levels permitting). Your trash is our treasure! Have you got old furniture or valuable items that you’re looking to get rid of? Would you be willing for Knox to sell them on your behalf and keep the profits as a donation to the ongoing life and ministry of the church? It’s a great way for Knox to fundraise while clearing out your basement and giving your goods a new lease of life in a new home. Hugh administers the  account and would be happy to sell items on your behalf.  The Starfish Collective, a charity co-ran by Kirsteen McLay, is raising money to sponsor refugee families to come to Aotearoa by holding a mini-fair this Saturday, 25 September 10am-4pm in Matheson Room. All are welcome to the Dunedin Interfaith vegetarian pot luck lunch on Sunday 10 October 12noon, All Saints Church Hall. Please bring a vegetarian plate. For more information contact Ruth 0204106695 Eating Together This will not take place as usual on Sunday 19 September, though we much look forward to being able to meet again safely on the 17th October. Kia kaha all. The Living Library is the delivery portal of five thematic areas (Faith, Community, Witness, Leadership and Innovation) this website is flexible, accessible, updating, varied and rich – offering connection and possibility, and expanding understanding. Read, experience and BeWise here