Some photos of Dr Owour and his wife Margaret on their visit in May 2010.
These pictures of some of the stained glass in the church were taken by Barry Flakelaar.
Some photos from the Holy Terrors 10th Birthday and Baptism Bears re-union, 1st November 2009
These photos were taken during the construction of the Labyrinth during October 2009.
We welcomed Bishop John Stead, our Assistant Bishop and Ministry Development Officer, on the 17th October 2010. Bishop John preached at all services on the 17th October. At lunchtime, he spoke about the Mission Action Plan being developed for the Diocese of Bathurst.
On Sunday, 7th November 2010, Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir AC CVO, Governor of NSW, attended the Baptism Bear's Reunion Service at 10am. A special morning tea was held with sausage sandwiches and extra special coffee and tea. Thanks to all who helped with the service and the morning tea.
Also attending were Russell Turner MP and Lt. Colonel Peter Morrissey.
Lt. Colonel Peter Morrissey presented Holy Trinity with a Plaque including an updated history of the Ist 19th Battalion. Governor, Marie Bashir, read a Bible reading and all the VIP’s were warmly welcomed by our Parish.
Can you guess which bear below belongs to the Govenor?
The Spring Fair raised over $9,200. Many thanks to all those who worked towards such a great total.
To celebrate the Centenary of the Consecration of the Church, a special service was held at 10 a.m. on Sunday 25th October; the preacher was Bishop Richard Hurford. As well as dedicating the labyrinth, he also re-dedicated a stained glass window from the now closed church at Koorawatha.
Afterwards there was a luncheon at the Orange Ex-Services Club. The well-known local historian, Heather Nicolls, spoke about Orange in the 1900s and a display of memorabilia was viewed.
The placemats used at the celebratory lunch used text from a newspaper report of the events of 1909. A copy of the placemat can be downloaded below.
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