- 27 May 2023 : The parish garage sale was held. Photo”s coming
- 6 May 2022 : The installation of the Reverend Natalie Milliken as Vicar. See the video of the installation in our YouTube channel.
- 18 March 2022 : The Bishop announced the appointment of the Reverend Natalie Milliken as our new Vicar.
We hope she will join by Easter
- 19 December 2021 : Our annual Festival of Brass and Carols was held with members of the St Kilda Brass joining in
- October 2021 : We held our first Arts and Crafts day in October – and it was a stunning success. See the photo's of our Arts and Crafts day in the photo. gallery.
- 15 June 2021 : we featured in the 100 years ago column in the Otago Daily Times. Check out the story with the image of our font here.
The font canopy pictured was destroyed by fire many years ago and replaced by the existing one which was built by Mr Ray Hunt, a parishioner of the time.
- 6 December 2020 : Our Vicar announced his intention to retire on Easter Day 2021.
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During renovation of the vicarage, bound copies of Parish Magazines from past decades were rediscovered. We have commenced a project to digitise these and make them available on this web site.
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