The Wednesday 'Have-a-Go' group knitted, crocheted and made over 150 Easter
bookmarks to help St. Enoch's celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Thank you ladies!
The congregation went and each took their bookmark as a symbol of accepting salvation.
In our service with the theme 'He Lives' we were also blessed to have had our Sunday school children, our Youth Group and our Samoan Group performing some items.
Pastoral Care Report
A tribute to two women, who, each in their own special way contributed to the life of St Enoch’s during their lifetimes – Ngaire Guy and Gladys Schiavi.
The following is what I read at Ngaire’s funeral recently. In the early days of St Enoch’s, Doris McCorkindale wrote “Pen Portraits about different members of the congregation and I would like to begin by quoting what she wrote about Ngaire. “How well do you know our organist Ngaire Guy? Those of us who know her realized what a deeply committed Christian person she is, how much St Enoch’s means to her, and how much she gives us in dedicated, faithful service.