Ashley Community Church Incorporated

Community Organisation

Ashley Community Church Incorporated
39 Canterbury Street
Ashley
12 days ago

Family Friendly Service and Discussion

Jeneane Hobby from Ashley Community Church Incorporated

Paul and Lesley Askin will lead a family friendly service - Sunday 1 December r at 39 Canterbury St, Ashley. The service starts at 4.30 pm and you are invited to bring a plate of finger food for a light pot-luck tea afterwards.

For more info phone Paul or Lesley on 312 9151 or email them: … View more
Paul and Lesley Askin will lead a family friendly service - Sunday 1 December r at 39 Canterbury St, Ashley. The service starts at 4.30 pm and you are invited to bring a plate of finger food for a light pot-luck tea afterwards.

For more info phone Paul or Lesley on 312 9151 or email them: askins@xtra.co.nz

Keep the first Sunday of the month in mind for future services though there will be no service in January.

139 days ago

Winter at the Ashley Church

Jeneane Hobby from Ashley Community Church Incorporated

The grounds are looking beautiful this winter. The winter flowering cherry near the gate is the best I've ever seen it and seems to shimmer with the low sun these days. If anyone would like to gather some oak leaves for composting or making their own leaf mold there are plenty of oak leaves to… View moreThe grounds are looking beautiful this winter. The winter flowering cherry near the gate is the best I've ever seen it and seems to shimmer with the low sun these days. If anyone would like to gather some oak leaves for composting or making their own leaf mold there are plenty of oak leaves to go around. Do please keep vehicles off the grass inside the grounds though.

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241 days ago

A Place of Peace

Jeneane Hobby from Ashley Community Church Incorporated

A place of Peace: a place for reflection; for prayer; for meditation. The Ashley Community Church is open daily for anyone seeking a quiet, contemplative space. It is a de-consecrated, historic Anglican church well suited as a non-denominational and spiritual space. 40 minutes drive from … View moreA place of Peace: a place for reflection; for prayer; for meditation. The Ashley Community Church is open daily for anyone seeking a quiet, contemplative space. It is a de-consecrated, historic Anglican church well suited as a non-denominational and spiritual space. 40 minutes drive from Christchurch.

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324 days ago

Christmas Eve Carol Service

Jeneane Hobby from Ashley Community Church Incorporated

Today's the day to let go of all that pre-Christmas stress and connect with the meaning of Christmas. Why not come along to the Ashley Christmas Eve Carol Service. A short programme of readings and carols -
7 pm this evening at 39 Canterbury Street, Ashley.
The service will be lead by Paul … View more
Today's the day to let go of all that pre-Christmas stress and connect with the meaning of Christmas. Why not come along to the Ashley Christmas Eve Carol Service. A short programme of readings and carols -
7 pm this evening at 39 Canterbury Street, Ashley.
The service will be lead by Paul Askin and our pianist will be Tony Gouedard. We expect to be finished by 8 pm and there is supper to follow. A couple of things to bear in mind are that we do not have a toilet so do 'go' before you come; and the grounds are very wet. Cars will be able to use the drive for drop off if necessary but all parking will be on the street today. Your donations received during the Collection will go towards the ongoing maintenance and restoration of our Category 2 Heritage Building.

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344 days ago

Christmas Eve Carol Service - Ashley Community Church

Jeneane Hobby from Ashley Community Church Incorporated

Come and join the carol singing at a short interdenominational Christmas service at the Ashley Church on Christmas Eve. Paul Askin will lead the programme starting at 7 pm, Monday 24 December. We are usually finished by 8 pm and supper is served afterwards. There will be a collection taken and the … View moreCome and join the carol singing at a short interdenominational Christmas service at the Ashley Church on Christmas Eve. Paul Askin will lead the programme starting at 7 pm, Monday 24 December. We are usually finished by 8 pm and supper is served afterwards. There will be a collection taken and the Committee welcomes donations towards the maintenance and restoration of the building.

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