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Loving God; growing in faith together

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Loving God; growing in faith together

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Loving God; growing in faith together

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Loving God; growing in faith together

St Johns Roslyn front of church 2

Loving God; growing in faith together

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Loving God; growing in faith together

Welcome to St John's Roslyn, Dunedin 

 

A Christian Community in the Anglican Tradition

 

At St John's you'll find a warm, caring, and diverse community of faith for all ages.

Through traditional and modern liturgies, choral music, learning opportunities, we worship the Living God and Father of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Other shared activities also bring us together as one body of Christ in this place.

You are welcome to worship amongst us. 

Scroll down for worship in the coming days 

Wednesday 22nd May

10.00am   Said Communion (1662) followed by morning tea

 

Sunday 26th May - Trinity Sunday

Isaiah 6: 1-8   Psalm 29   Romans 8:12-17   John 3: 1-17

  9.00am   Said Communion (1662)

10.00am   Choral Eucharist

  6.00

 

Wednesday 29th May

10.00am   Said Communion (1662) followed by morning tea

 

Sunday 2nd June - First after Trinity

Deuteronomy 5:12-15   Psalm 81: 1-10   2 Corinthians 4: 5-12 

Mark 2:23-3:6

  9.00am   Said Communion (1662)

10.00am   Choral Eucharist

  6.00pm   No service

 

Wednesday 5th June

10.00am   Said Communion (1662) followed by morning tea

 

Sunday 9th June

1 Samuel 8: 4-11, 16-20  Psalm 138  2 Corinthians 4: 13-5:1

Mark 3: 20-35

  9.00am   Said Communion

10.00am   Choral Eucharist

  6.00pm

 

Wednesday 12th June

10.00am   Said Communion (1662) followed by morning tea

 

Sunday 16th June

1 Samuel 15:34-16:13   Psalm 20   2 Corinthians 5:6-10, 14-17

Mark 4: 26-34

  9.00am   Said Communion

10.00am   All Age service

  7.00pm   Choral Evensong

 

 

 

 

   

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