Anglican Family Care Centre
Address: 266 Hanover Street, Dunedin, 9016
Phone: 03 477 0801
Anglican Family Care is a social services agency that has served the people of Dunedin and Otago since 1970. Our main office is based in Dunedin, with other brances in Balclutha, Oamaru and Alexandra.
Our main focus is children, young people and their families, but we also provide services that support individuals in need.
Our services are for all people regardless of beliefs because we respect the values and beliefs of the Anglican Church, especially “To respond to human needs by loving service”.
Strong, connected and thriving whānau and tamariki
Working together with Otago whānau to make change that inspires hope for a better future
Home of St. Barnabas Trust
Address: 12 Ings Ave, St Clair, Dunedin 9012
Manager: Mrs Shirley Hennessy
Website: Eldernet Web Listing
St Barnabas Trust offer rest home level residential care from Ings Avenue in St Clair. It also provides an extensive community based meals on wheels service in the Dunedin area.
North Otago Anglican Homes for The Aged Trust (NOAH)
St Lukes’s Place
47 Eden Street
NOAH provides homes within Oamaru for the Elderly based on an initial legacy left in 1976. It includes one complex of 10 units in Eden Street, Oamaru (St Luke’s Place) built in 1984, and another of 9 units in Reed Street (St Mary’s Place). Applications for tenancy can be made through the Vicar of St Luke’s Parish in Oamaru.
Association of Anglican Women
The Aims of the Association
- To unite in prayer and participate in the mission of the Church.
- To promote, safeguard and nurture Christian family life.
The AAW Prayer
O God, our Father, whose love for all people is proclaimed in Jesus Christ,
We thank you for uniting us in prayer and fellowship.
Use us now in the mission of your Church
Help us to realise that everything we do and say reflects our love for you.
Bless homes and families throughout the world, especially those unhappy or those in need.
Show us how by our example and concern we can take your peace and love wherever your spirit leads us – today and all our days.
About the AAW
The AAW was formed in September 1969. It is an Anglican New Zealand-wide umbrella organisation which also includes Polynesia. Affiliated groups include Fellowships, Guilds, Mothers’ Union and Young Women’s Groups. It is open to all women, and we have our own national magazine called “CIRCLE”. There are 16 groups throughout the Diocese with approximately 230 members, 9 Lone members and 1 Life member. We offer Christian support, friendship, social interaction and fellowship which is a great way to network with other women.
Overseas and Outreach is one arm of AAW and it is very active within New Zealand and overseas. Funds given by members support projects to help women and children anywhere. An Emergency Fund is set up to provide relief in natural disasters both within New Zealand and overseas.
AAW is affiliated to National Council of Women, which gives our members a voice for lobbying Government and to work for positive change through our own Social Concerns arm of AAW. AAW groups have representatives who attend NCW meetings in their areas.
AAW has taught women how to be leaders, to develop public speaking skills, to be involved in Worship leading and many other skills, which not only helps them in their daily lives but also in Parish life, with nurturing Christian family life, pastoral visiting and outreaching into the community. Some AAW members take an active part in ministry work or other work on diocesan, regional or community committees.
The current theme for AAW is ‘Grow in Discipleship, Dreams, Dedication’.
Goals and our Vision
1] Outreach within the parish and community: visiting our elderly and infirm. Music and Movement Groups for pre-schoolers. Supporting Food Banks, Anglican Family Care.
2] Young Women’s Groups to meet socially once a month to bond; later on may lead to further church activity e.g. Sunday School teaching, flowers, needlework, cleaning and AAW.
3] Men’s Nights, inviting our husbands/partners to a pot luck tea with guest speaker, games night or just a social time.
For AAW Groups that have a more senior age group or cannot actively outreach then these goals may suit them:
1] Choose an Overseas and Outreach project and do something with it for the next 12 months, with follow up reports
e.g. Operation Christmas Child or Anglican Family Care.
2] Choose 1 or 2 projects from Social Concerns and go with this for the 12 months, with follow up reports
e.g. Reading to the elderly, visiting the members alone at home or in care.
It is important for us to include all groups regardless of numbers or ages. We all need to feel that we can contribute something –we are all worthy to do things for the Lord and we are all able to PRAY. It is also important for us, as part of our first aim to participate in the mission of the Church.
Diocese of Dunedin AAW Prayer Cycle
You have given us a special calling,
The call to pray for each other’s needs.
Bless those who are named on our Prayer Cycle today.
Thank you that we can unite each day in prayer. Amen.
Groups please use this special Prayer Cycle and pray for those shown each day of the month.
May God bless you in your daily walk with Christ in whatever you are doing and wherever you are each day.
If you wish to find out more information about AAW groups or becoming lone members in the diocese, please contact one of the Executive members listed below.
President: Christine Aitken
38 Balmain Street
Ph: 03 476 3028
Immediate Past President: Anne Gover
4 Lennox Street
Ph:03 208 5235
Secretary: Marjorie Brown
5 Islington Street
North East Valley
Ph:03 473 7751
Treasurer: Margaret McLanachan
109 Forfar Street
Ph: 03 453 0131
021 216 9640
Chaplain: Rev’d Joanna Fielding
32 City Road
Ph: 03 471 7417
027 662 8233
Overseas And Outreach: Dot Muir
203 Curran Road
Ph: 03 213 0474
027 405 5218
Social Concerns: Elisabeth Cunningham
11 Brookside Place
Ph: 03 489 0916
021 212 8700
Circle Distributor: Margaret McLanachan
109 Forfar Street
Ph:03 453 0131
021 216 9640
Publicity: Christine Aitken and Margaret McLanachan
Dunedin: Margaret Tegg
1 Colquhoun Street
Ph:03 476 4505
027 476 4505
Southland: Robin Speden
11 Pukaki Street
Ph:03 208 3548
027 491 7992
North Otago: Nonie Rooney
24 Glendale Crescent
Oamaru 9400 Ph:03 437 9470
Central Otago: Liz Duggan
30 Ventry Street
Ph: 03 448 7435
Synod Representatives: Christine Aitken and Margaret McLanachan
PO Box 13170
Ph: 03 488 0820
South Centre Anglican Care
South Centre is a Community Work Agency providing supportive and educational services in the Invercargill area.
Our Hours Are:
Monday to Thursday – 9am to 4pm
Friday – 9am to 3pm.
(We are closed between 12 noon and 1pm)
Our Services Include:
LIBRARY – Our library has been revamped and all our books are now in alphabetical order which makes it easier to select a book by your favourite author.
SENIOR CITIZENS CARDS – Do you enjoy playing Euchre? If you would like to join us, then you are most welcome to come along to the South Centre on Tuesday afternoons at 1.30pm Cost is $3.00 and this includes afternoon tea.
WHEELCHAIR – South Centre has available for loan a wheelchair that fits easily into the back of a vehicle and is ideal for trips to town or other outings. If you wish to borrow it give us a call on (03) 218 2777. A small donation is appreciated.
HOMEBOUND ELDERLY – South Centre provides a Community Worker assisted by a team of volunteers who visit elderly people in the South Invercargill area. These elderly who are socially isolated and disabled and have no close family, with assistance and support, are able to retain their independence and remain in their own homes. Our volunteers act as “buddies” to a client. We already have a dedicated team, but can always do with more. If you are aware of an elderly person who meets the criteria, who you feel would benefit from this service or if you have an hour or two to spare please phone (03) 218 2777
Other Groups Includes:
Gardening Circle meets second Wednesday of the month at South Centre 1:30pm.
Falls prevention exercises in conjunction with the YMCA on Wednesday afternoons 1:15 to 2:15 cost $3.10 second Wednesday of the month these exercises are held at the YMCA
Weigh In Group a friendly group who support each other while loosing weight meets Monday mornings 9:30am cost $1 fine 50c.
Family Support Service is a home-based free service offering support and assistance to families under stress, by helping them set goals empowering them with options to achieve this. Working in the following areas Parenting Education & Support, Communicating with your children, Advocacy, Support with access / custody issues and resources and other issues causing stress in families
Please feel free to call in just to have a cup of tea and a chat or borrow a book.
South Centre Anglican Care is part of the Anglican Care Network (anglicancarenetwork.org.nz)
South Centre Anglican Care Charitable Trust Southland.
Physical Address: 9 Jenkin Street, Invercargill
Postal Address: P O Box 7100, Invercargill
Phone: 03 218 2777
Fax: 03 214 0435
St John’s Leslie Groves Hospital, Rest Home & Day Care
Leslie Groves Hospital
321 Taieri Road
Phone: 03 476 3045
Manager: Mr Max Reid
Leslie Groves Rest Home & Day Care
18/22 Sheen Street
Phone: 03 474 1082
Fax: 03 474 5544
Leslie Groves includes a rest home level care facility in Sheen Street, Roslyn. It also has a base at 321 Taieri Rd, Wakari, Dunedin, that caters for Hospital Level aged care residents and Psychogeriatric residents ( with places for 71 residents). It is governed by a Board drawn from St John’s Anglican Church in Roslyn and the wider community.
Parata Anglican Charitable Trust, Gore
39 Kitchener Street
Phone: 03 476 3045
Manager: Ms Shirley Turnbull
The Parata complex incorporates 26 rooms certified for residential care (21 bed Residence, 5 Studio Units for intermediary care), Parata Centre for Day Care, Parata Retirement Village with 27 self-contained Flats, and a Meals on Wheels service.
Parata Centre was built in 1994 specifically to provide Day Care for the communities within Eastern Southland. Day Care is provided Wednesday to Friday, 10am to 3.30pm. Interesting programmes of activities – arts, crafts, music, games, exercise, entertainments, outings and more – are offered. Transport to and from the Centre is available. A full midday meal, morning and afternoon teas are provided. Our aim is to provide stimulation, fun and companionship to the elderly members of our community and support for community caregivers.
560 Castle Street
Warden: Mr Luke McClelland
Chaplain: The Rev’d Canon Michael Wallace
Phone: 03 477 3326
Fax: 03 477 9926
As the first college established at New Zealand’s oldest university, Selwyn College has a unique and rich heritage, including its connection with the Anglican Church (Diocese of Dunedin). The College cherishes traditions that go back many generations and that reflect its core values of inclusivity, respect and mutual care. Selwyn College is a true community of scholars, providing its members with a unique educational opportunity known as The Selwyn College Experience. The College aims to produce well-rounded leaders of the future committed to making a disproportionate difference for good in the world. Selwyn is a small, close-knit community where it is easy to belong. Diversity, creativity and contribution are highly valued in addition to the primary goal of achieving academic excellence. Approximately two-thirds of our community of 180 residents are First Year students.
St Hilda’s Collegiate School
2 Cobden Street
Chaplain: Dr Gillian Townsley
Principal: Mrs Jackie Barron
Phone: 03 477 0989
Fax: 03 477 1222
St Hilda’s is a secondary school for girls in Dunedin the provides places for day pupils and boarders. It provides a positive, optimum learning experience for every student firmly grounded in Christian values. St Hilda’s aims is to build a learning community which is dynamic and appreciates diversity. St Hilda’s provides an stimulating environment that loves an aims to set students up for life.