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Haere mai! Welcome

Opoho Presbyterian Church is a friendly, multigenerational church, in the suburb of Opoho above the Botanic Gardens in Dunedin, New Zealand.

We welcome all people interested in living an abundant life in God, through following Jesus Christ.

We embrace and enjoy a diversity of views, always seeking answers and welcoming questions.

We meet on Sundays at 10 and at other times. Come and join us!

Our mission

The God we gather to worship calls us to share the good news Jesus Christ brought us, and to help each other become part of what God is doing around us, being actively involved in the life of our community and nurturing each other in a fellowship of accepting love.

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Services

 

10 a.m. every Sunday morning -

all welcome!

Orders of Service

 

29 January 2023

22 January 2023

 

Visit us
50 Signal Hill Road
Opoho

Dunedin 9010

New Zealand

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Monthly newsletter
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What's on in February and March

5 February ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Clare Lind, Communion

9 February ~ Thursday 2 p.m.: Fellowship Group, Morrison Lounge

   7.30 p.m.

12 February ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, Simon Rae and Gregor

   Macaulay

19 February ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Clare Lind

26 February ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Clare Lind, Harvest

   Thanksgiving

5 March ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Clare Lind, Quarterly

   Communion

9 March ~ Thursday 2 p.m.: Fellowship Group, Morrison Lounge

12 March ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, Abby Smith

15 March ~ Wednesday 7 p.m.: Poems Prayers Psalms and Prose –   

   a friendly writing group, 310 Castle Street

19 March ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Clare Lind

26 March ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Clare Lind

Psalm writing at Opoho
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Up to 2020 a small group of us met every two or three months to encourage each other with our with our psalm writing.

Available for download are a collection of psalms from the first two years, and psalms and other writings from around the first Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.

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