A huge congratulations to the 'St. Andrew's Goers' team of Ella, Ryan and their aunt Sarah who won the Presbyterian Harriers' Churches Team race! Check out that trophy! Great job team!
Previous AGM reports can be found on the Reports and Publications page.
The Fathers Day Challenge went off yesterday! Father/Child combinations had to bounce the ball into the hoop. Congratulations to our winners the Father/Son combo of Aufai and Junior!
Got a question? Feel free to ask Helen - 0211644958 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We would love your support! See our flyer below. Blessings! x
We'd like to invite you to the second fundraising event on the St. Andrew's calendar:
7PM, SATURDAY 8 JULY 2017
AT THE TIRIMOANA PRIMARY SCHOOL HALL
(34 Kokiri Street, Te Atatu South - click here for street/map view)
$10 per player
(participating primary school children $5)
teams of six per table
It's time to put those fun facts to use and let everyone marvel over your intelligence!
If you have a team of six ready to go email us here or comment below.
Otherwise if you're happy to let us put you in a team email or come through
a little earlier on the night and we'll do that for you!
Each team to come dressed in a costume of their choice. You're welcome to dress your tables up too.
Hot food (chop suey - yes!) and beverages available for purchase on the night.
Prizes awarded to the winners and to the best dressed teams.
See the flyer below for more information,
or feel free to ask any questions by emailing
email@example.com or commenting below!
We would absolutely love your support!
It's going to be a fun night! Tell your friends and family,
and we look forward to seeing you there!
Property & Finance Team
There was lots of fun last Saturday at the Great St. Andrew's Bible Race run by the Faithbuilders. Congratulations to all of the Faithbuilders and volunteers, and thank you to everyone who sponsored or donated!
PC: C Ferguson & G Mauga
Sermon Excerpt: “Speaking Prayer” from the PRAY series
“E iloa oe i lau gagana.”
“Your language tells of who you are and where you come from.”
"If the language we speak tells something of who we are and where we are from – then Speaking Prayer – a language of despair and hurt, a language of thanks and gratitude, a language of hope and trust, a language of love and intercession, a language of Scripture, a language of reverence to something greater; Someone Higher – Speaking the language of Prayer must tell people who we are and who (not where but who) we come from. Speaking the language of Prayer must tell others that we are the children of God; that we are a community of faith, hope and love; the language of Prayer must tell people that we are a fellowship of Eating, Praying and Loving together with and in Jesus.
This Samoan Language Week, we hear the common Samoan phrase: “E iloa oe i lau gagana” (You are known by the language you speak). I say to you this morning, “E iloa oe i lau gagana Tatalo.” (You are known by your language of prayer). Let us speak prayer in those public places where we eat and where we gather with friends. In the mall or at the restaurant say grace – give thanks to the One who provides for your meal – unashamedly. Let us speak prayer in our homes – that our children may learn the language of prayer growing up. Let us speak prayer in our worship services – that the discouraged would be amazed at the One who sends us Himself. That people would come to know that God’s Spirit is here with us – Counselor, Helper, Wisdom, the Holy Spirit."
- on Acts 2:1-21 from the PRAY series
(Rev. G. Mauga, 2017)