Just to give folk a chance to get familiar with this new stuart Townend hymn we are using for Sunday Communion… here is a link to you tube video….https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACHPwx7EGQA
10/11th September 2015
St Peter’s Presbyterian Church
7 Harrison Road
Retirement is a time of…
change, transition, and adjustment to new rhythms of life. Decisions have to be made about how we will spend our time and money, where we will live, what activities we will pursue. Some of us have family and medical issues to consider. And as we step away from our working life we often feel unsure about how to adapt to our new circumstances and where to find the advice and help we need.
So if you are 65 and over and are facing perplexing questions about living your later years to the full, then this seminar is for you! We will be covering important topics and leading specialists will be helping us to explore the challenging issues that retirement presents. We will also inspire you to think about ways in which you can contribute to the well-being of the wider community in your retirement years.
The seminar runs over two days to give sufficient time to cover all the topics, so plan to be present both days.
¨ Accommodation and Living Options
¨ Getting the Help you Need – resources that are available in the community
¨ Health and Fitness
¨ Legal Issues that need to be considered, including wills & Powers of Attorney
¨ Insurance and Financial Matters*
¨ Planning Funerals
¨ Life’s Big Questions for the Third Age
¨ Answering Your Questions – a panel discussion on Friday afternoon.
¨ An inspirational speaker on “Making a Difference – Stepping out into your community in retirement – finding the cause within you and activating it.”
–Director of Financial Focus
Dr Murray Hodder
–retired specialist in the care of
—Sibun’s Funeral Services
–Auckland Community Law Centre
Revd Marianne Hornburg,
–Chaplain at Selwyn Village,
–Auckland District Health Board’s
-recent retiree involved in the running of breakfast clubs in local schools and other community activities.
In order to help with catering, please RSVP if you would like to attend.
By email to Harvey Smith
by Monday 7th September.
Or by telephone
Revd Harvey Smith 579 5279.