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									                                        Kaitāia Ward Relief Society Newsletter
                                                     13 May 2012
Hello again our beautiful Sisters (kia ora ano e nga Tuahine ataahua) as we commemorate our mothers on this day.

NOTICES
                                                          THANK YOU: Thank you to those who were able to attend the Ward activity on
                                                           Saturday. Special thanks to our Bishopric, Priesthood Quorums, Young Men
                                                           and Young Women for treating the mothers of this Ward to an event and
                                                           dinner at which we did not have to lift a finger.
                                                          FROM THE STAKE: The Stake have asked when we visit our Sisters and their
                                                           whānau in their homes that we ask them if they are holding their Family Home
                                                           Evenings and check if they have a set of scriptures in their home. Where there
                                                           are none, we will act to place scriptures in those homes. They have also asked
                                                           that when we are feeding the Missionaries, please ensure they have left our
                                                           homes by 6pm. If you love me … feed my sheep.

LESSONS FOR MAY 2012
 06 May: Our lesson this Sunday is being taught by Sister Karen Riwai from Teachings of Presidents of the Church (George
    Albert Smith) – Chapter 9 Open Your Soul to the Lord
 20 May: Stake Conference in Kaikohe
 27 May: Bishop will assign a lesson based on a talk from General Conference

VISITING TEACHING FOR MAY 2012
 This month’s visiting teaching message is the General Conference talk by Julie B Beck in the May 2012 Ensign or online at
    https://www.lds.org/ensign/2012/05/the-vision-of-prophets-regarding-relief-society-faith-family-relief?lang=eng
 Report any confidential, sensitive or urgent matters directly to Sister Anahera Graves (Ward Relief Society President) on
    4081308 (home), 4083013 (work) 0276960930 (cell) or nkceo@xtra.co.nz

UPCOMING EVENTS AND DATES
 Sunday 13 May: Mothers’ Day.
 Saturday 19 May: Kaikohe Stake Conference: Priesthood session 4pm – 6pm; evening session 6.30pm – 8.30pm.
 Sunday 20 May: Kaikohe Stake Conference: 10am – 12pm.
 Tuesday 12 – Friday 15 June: Kaikohe Stake Temple week.
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                                                     Four generations of mothers from Kaitāia Ward

Kaikohe, New Zealand, Stake Relief Society 2012 Theme: My Daughter, An Elect Lady
                                                      Kaitāia Ward Relief Society 2012 Theme: Ye Are The Temple Of God
CHURCH POLICY ON AUTOGRAPHS AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF GENERAL AUTHORITIES AND AREA SEVENTIES – HANDBOOK 2: 21.1.6: Church members should
not seek the autographs of General Authorities or Area Seventies, including signing in their scriptures, hymnals, or programs. Doing so detracts from their
sacred callings and the spirit of meetings. It also could prevent them from greeting other members. Members should not take photographs of General Authorities
or Area Seventies in chapels.
CHURCH POLICY ON RECORDING TALKS OR ADDRESSES OF GENERAL AUTHORITIES AND AREA SEVENTIES – HANDBOOK 2: 21.1.33: Church members should
not record the talks or addresses that General Authorities and Area Seventies give at stake conferences, missionary meetings, or other meetings. However,
members may record broadcasts of general conference on home equipment for personal, noncommercial use.

								
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