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The Reverend Stephen and Karmenne Prebble
It is with sadness that I have to inform you of the resignation of the Reverend Stephen Prebble, Vicar of All Saints, Matamata. Stephen has held this position diligently since 2012. Before that, he served the parish in many different ways.
Stephen and his wife, Karmenne, have made the decision to relocate to Tauranga in order to care for Stephen's mother. This is a carefully and prayerfully discerned decision and reflects their deep desire to provide the best possible car for a beloved parent.
I
would like to take this opportunity to thank Stephen for his dedication to the Parish of All Saints Matamata and to this Diocese.
Stephen and Karmenne will complete their ministry at All Saints in October 2018. I pray that the future will be filled with new opportunities for them both within the love and purposes of God.
 
The Reverend Tim and Julie Lloyd
I also have to inform you that the Reverend Tim Lloyd has resigned from the position of Vicar of Holy Trinity, Forest Lake, Hamilton, a position he has held with dedication since February 2015.
After much care and prayerful deliberation, Tim believes that he is unable to continue to offer priestly leadership with in the Anglican Church of Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia following the passage of Motion 7 at the recent General Synod Te Hinota Whanui. This motion leaves the matter of the blessing of same gender civil marriages to each bishop and Diocese to decide.
While I am deeply saddened that Tim has come to this decision, I respect it and know how carefully Tim has thought this through. I want to thank Tim for his dedication to the Parish of Holy Trinity, and to this Diocese.
Tim and Julie will complete their ministry at Holy Trinity on Sunday 21st of October 2018. I continue to hold them both in my prayers as the future unfolds in God's care and providence.
 
 

Installation Service for the Reverend Sue Burns
Vicar of St Stephen's Tamahere

We are blessed to be able to welcome back the Reverend Sue Burns into our Diocesan family. Sue will be installed as the next Vicar of Parish of St Stephen's Tamahere, in August, an event to which you are all invited. Please add these details to your calendar.
Where: Parish of St Stephen, 14 Tamahere Drive, Tamahere
When: Friday 3rd August 2018
Time: 7pm
Clergy are invited to wear alb with red stole.
Please send your RSVP to bishopspa@wtanglican.nz
We look forward to seeing you there.
 

Bishop's Training Day

Registrations for the next Bishop's Training Day are now open.
Visit the Diocesan Training website to register.
The training day will be held on Saturday August 18th, in Te Kuiti at St Luke's Church, with the teaching commencing at 10:30am.
  • 10am Morning Tea and Conversation
  • 10:30am Eucharist
  • 11am Session One
  • 12:30pm Lunch
  • 1:30pm Reflections on Session One
  • 2pm Session Two
  • 3pm/3:30pm Departure
 
 
 
 
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