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Coming Events

Tuesday, 30 August : Saint Peter’s Director of Music, David Hoskins, presents another recital on the organ of St Paul’s Cathedral – this programme is entitled ’English Miniatures’.

16-18 September : Diocesan Synod meets in Invercargill

Saturday, 10 September : Garden working bee – 9.30am until 12 noon

Saturday, 24 September : Parish Garage Sale

Saturday, 1 October : Parish outing to Teschemakers. To join Saint Peter’s parishioners on a day trip to Teschemakers and Oamaru, get the details here.

Tuesday, 1 November : 7.30 pm first of the Caversham lectures, ’What makes for a good doctor?’ – Dr Stephen Tripp

Tuesday, 8 November : 7.30 pm second Caversham Lecture, ’Child Welfare – Can We Deliver and How Will We Know?’ – Len Cook, Families Commissioner and Chairman of the Social Policy Research and Evaluation Unit

Tuesday, 15 November : 7.30 pm third Caversham Lecture, ’Practical End of Life Issues’ – a panel discussion including Keith Gillion, Dr Tony Fitchett, Professor Peter Skegg and a palliative care nurse

Tuesday, 22 November : 7.30 pm fourth Caversham Lecture, ’The New Zealand Youth Justice System: leading the world’ – Brian Kilkelly, Dunedin Barrister.

Tuesday, 29 November : 7.30 pm fifth Caversham Lecture, ’Exploring and Exploiting the Secrets of Life itself: the wonderful possibilities and potential perils of breakthroughs in medical research’ – Don Evans, a bio-ethicist and a parishioner of St Matthews Dunedin surveys the life enhancing and life extending possibilities flowing from current stem cell research and the ethical dilemmas they present.

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.

The Rock

The August edition is now available online. Printed copies are available in Church while they last, but you get it first 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 August of 1960.

Recent Photographs

Assumption : 14 August 2016

Assumption 2016

See Wendy Stocks’ photographs of the Sung eucharist for the Feast of the Assumption in our photo. gallery.

David Hoskins in St Paul's : 9 August 2016

Recital in St Paul’s

On 9 August our Director of Music, David Hoskins, performed on the organ of St Paul’s Cathedral in Dunedin. Find photographs of David Hoskins’ recital in our photo. gallery.

Organ recital by George Chittenden : 16 July 2016

Organ Recital

See the photographs of the George Chittenden recital in our Photo. Gallery.

Baptism of Nicholas Daintith : 10 July 2016


and photographs of Nicholas Daintith’s Baptism in our Photo. Gallery.

Patronal Festival lunch : 26 June 2016

Patronal Festival lunch party

and Alex Chisholm’s photographs of the festival lunch.

We 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 1960 are now available.

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