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The Diocese has reinstated five yearly parish reviews and, following discussions with Rev Jenny and Rev Andrew, it has been agreed that the
Following God with a spring in our step needs resourcing. Taking time out together away from everyday distractions is one potent way to
Join our 4 -week course where we’ll explore the rich world of karakia (prayers) and pūrakau (legends) in Te Ao Māori (the Māori
On Monday afternoon Greg Brown received a volunteering award from Volunteering Canterbury On Monday this week I attended the Volunteering Canterbury’s Volunteer Recognition
Put it in your diary now – Saturday, November 9. There are a number of fabulous Fendalton gardens on the tour list. More
We need you, your friends and your neighbour’s cars! St Barnabas are fundraising as a parish for the communities of Timor-Leste. Climate change
Come and enjoy a time of fellowship together at our annual Parish Dinner, when we celebrate St Barnabas and enjoy being together. The
A drama about grief, loss, and addiction. This film follows the process of Alcoholics Anonymous. Includes healing, reconciliation, and forgiveness after tragedy. Starring
All parishioners of the Parish of Fendalton are invited to a Special General Meeting to be held on Thursday 6 June at 7pm
We are delighted to share our Mission Action Plan for our parish adopted at our recent AGM, on April 10th. Our Mission Action
Come and watch these acclaimed films with others, and then discuss together how they connect with faith and life today. All over a
Here’s where you can read all about what we’ve been up to over the past year at St Barnabas, ready for our AGM
Wendy Kington has been busy making jams and is going to sell them after Lifestreams on March 17. Please bring cash and buy
This month we have Dr Rose Isbell sharing about labyrinths at Chartres Cathedral in France and Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. We are
Come and find out what Sticks and Stones have to do with Easter…a lot! Messy Church will take place in our Hall on
“Prayer is the Engine Room of the Church” – Charles Spurgeon. We are launching a parish-wide prayer initiative. At both the 9.30am and
God has always been in Aotearoa New Zealand, moving through Māori, non-Māori, and the Treaty. This course is a place to learn about
St Barnabas Youth Group are kicking off the year with a Pool Party & BBQ. All Year 7-13s are invited with your family.
Keep cool and carry on! Hope those of us here in Christchurch are managing to keep cool with our temperatures rocketing up and
Check out when our services at St Barnabas are over New Year and through January… By Jenny Wilkens
Join us for “Chosen”  – find out about the real story of Christmas. Plan to bring your family and friends along for this