We are pleased to announce that Mrs Ashleigh Bock has been appointed as the new Office Manager for Holy Trinity Orange Parish. We look forward to welcoming her to that position on 25th November 2014.
The Service of Commissioning and Installation of The Rev’d Malcolm Dunnett as the Rector of the Parish of Holy Trinity, will take place at 7:00pm on Tuesday 25th November 2014.
All are welcome to join in this Service, as the Parish welcomes Mal and his family. Light refreshments will follow in the Parish Centre.
Please click on the link below to view the Bishop's letter.
A new Rector for the Parish
The Rev’d Malcolm Dunnett has been appointed as the Rector of Holy Trinity Parish. The Rev’d Malcolm comes to us from the Parish of Kooringal in Wagga Wagga, and comes with 23 years of ministry experience in a wide variety of parishes and other mission organisations across NSW. In addition to ministry in Australia he has been actively engaged in ministry in the Diocese of Ysabel, in the Solomon Islands, which is a diocese of the Church of Melanesia - in the Anglican Communion.
Father Mal writes:
“My passion is to see people grow in faith, to develop personal relationships with Christ and his body. I see it as vitally important that ministry is not confined to a building, but rather is seen through relationship in the community as much as in the church”.
Please keep Father Mal, his wife Rosie, and their family, in your prayers as they prepare for this move.
The Service of commissioning and installation will be in Holy Trinity at 7:00pm on Tuesday 25th November.
Following fresh discussion, the Saturday congregation has decided to return to its former worship time. Therefore:
beginning on Saturday 4th October, the Saturday Service will be at 5:30pm.
Please follow the link below to read the Bishop's letter.
Note that the additional documents referred to in the letter will be made available at the meeting on the 19th of July.
Please click on the link below to read the Bishop's letter.
Please click on the link below to read the Bishop's Pastoral Letter.
Bishop Ian has advised that retired priest, the Rev'd Ian Crooks, will act as Transitional Priest in the parish for 3 days per week, for 3 months, commencing on 1st June. Father Ian plans to be in the Parish on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, and his wife, Margaret will also be here on some occasions.
Father Ian hopes to be invited into people’s homes for a meal - in order to learn more about the parish and its people. Possibly Friday night or Saturday lunch. “Low key and simple; no dessert, no late nights.”