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Holy Week

Special Services for Holy Week are listed on our Services page

Another successful garage sale

Garage sale : 6 April 2019

The sale on 6 April raised over $800. See photo’s of the sale in our photo. gallery.

The Rock

The March edition is now available online. Printed copies are available in Church while they last, but you get it first and forever online! See below how to get a handy email when each new issue is available.

Our Printed Heritage page now includes all available issues up to March of 1963.

Coming Events

23 – 21 April : Find special Services for Holy Week and Easter on our Services page

Sunday, 21 April : Easter Day Deadline for copy for the April edition of The Rock

Sunday, 28 April : Harvest Festival

Thursday, 2 May : Curry night at Shree Indian restaurant in Mornington. Please sign the booking notice in the Link

Saturday, 7 September : Concert by St Kilda Brass Band (’The Saints’)

New Photographs

Tidying the grounds : 9 March 2019

Working Bee, 9 March 2019

Hardy gardeners clean up the Church grounds

Nibbles after Benediction : 9 May 2018

First annual curry evening, 5 March 2019

This new addition to the parish calendar was such a success it bears repeating.

Diocesan 150th lecture

As part of marking the 150th Anniversary of theDiocese of Dunedin, Our Vicar presented a talk on 2 March explaining how Ritualism took a hold in our neck of the woods. You can watch the full lecture here.

View photo's of the concert in our photo. gallery

Band delights and rebooks

The St Kilda Brass, also known as The Saints, delighted a nearly full church on Saturday 8 September. Further photo’s of The Saints concert are in our photo. gallery.

And the band is scheduled to return to Saint Peter’s in September, so mark the date: Saturday, 7 September for an afternoon of brass.`

Armistice Day address, 11 November 2018

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One hundred years after the Great War ended, Father James Harding talks about impressions and lessons from recent visits to war graves on the Western Front and looks at how Christians respond to war.

’I might have been expected to return from my visits to the Western Front an ardent pacifist, but I did not. ... While war is undoubtedly evil, we are living in a fallen world and sometimes it is necessary.’

You can listen to Dr Harding’s Armistice Day address here.

Popular Videos

Ordination of Brian Kilkelly

Ordination of Brian Kilkelly : 10 June 2018

Ordination of Brian Kilkelly
10 June 2018

And you can see further photo’s of the ordination in our photo. gallery.

Our first Armistice Day Service

Armistice Day Service : 12 November 2017

Armistice Day Service
12 November 2017

Visit of our new Bishop

Our new Bishop was installed on 22 September. On the 23rd he led hist first Diocesan Synod (which was held at Saint Peter's) and on the 24th he preached and celebrated our 10.30am Service.

Watch the Service in high definition on our Services page, or listen to the Bishop’s sermon from the pulpit.

Removing the Holy Cross memorial windows

On 16 December, 2016 four memorial windows were removed from Holy Cross and prepared for relocation at Saint Peter’s.

Watch a short video of the windows’ removal here.

Night Skies over the Third Reich

On Tuesday, 31 January, Saint Peter’s hosted Archdeacon Neville Selwood. Over 45 people listened to him talk with Vicar Hugh Bowron about his experiences as a Lancaster navigator during World War 2.

You can see the archdeacons’s recollections of his time in Bomber Command here in High Definition.

Choral Evensong

On 17 July, the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral visited Saint Peter’s and sang Choral Evensong and Benediction, with Rachmaninov’s Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in the original Church Slavonic. Another wonderful special Service which you can see below.

We also have videos available of:

Check the ‘Services at Saint Peter’s‘ page in the menu for video of the Services and sermon. The 150th Anniversary Highlights video is available here.

View digitised copies of historic Parish Magazines

Our Printed Heritage

An additional issue of our early parish magazines is added to our online archive each month when The Rock is published..

All those from December 1952 (the earliest one) to this month in 1963 are now available.

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