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2019 AGM of St Andrews Trust for the Study of Religion and Society

Friday May 31stat 6.15pm in conference Rooms 1 & 2, 2nd floor of the Welcome Centre at St Andrews, 30 the Terrace.

The evening / meeting will begin with a light meal and conclude with a presentation by the Rev Dr Susan Jones, Minister of St Andrews on“Psyche, Shadow and Soul. Post Christendom from a Jungian perspective”.

If you are able to attend for catering purposes please RSVP to admin@satrs.org.nz or phone Pam Fuller, phone 475 8240 by Wednesday May 29th.

Subscriptions 2019-2020 now due. $25 waged $21 unwaged.

Please pay online to SATRS bank account number 38 9012 0627557 00 with your name as the reference field and ‘sub’  under code,  and email admin@satrs.or.nz with your details and date of payment.

or  mail your cheque to: St Andrews Trust for the Study of Religion and Society (SATRS);  P. O. Box 5203 Wellington, 6145. Please include your details with the payment.

Donations SATRS is a registered Charitable Trust, registration number CC56312. Donations of $5.00 or more maybe eligible for a Tax Rebate.
Receipts are available on request.


St Andrews Organ Restoration Concerts



These concerts are to raise funds for St Andrew's organ restoration and  St Andrew’s is holding the second and third of a series of three concerts on Friday 24 May and 6 June at 6.30.  Martin Riseley, Associate Professor and Head of Strings (violin) at the New Zealand School of Music has played chamber music with some of the world’s foremost musicians. He will perform Sonatas and Partitas by Bach and music by NZ composers. Tickets $25 waged, $20 unwaged are available on the door or by EventFinda. 


Thursday 4thJuly, 7.30pm, Selwyn Chapel, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Parnell“Spiritual But Not Religious: The Future of Religion and of Spirituality and of the Earth”.

Friday 5thJuly, 7.30pm, St David’s Presbyterian Church, Khyber Pass.“On Becoming More Deeply Human in a Time of Earth-Crisis and Apocalyptic Warnings”.

Saturday 6thJuly, 2pm, St Luke’s Presbyterian Church, 130 Remuera Road.“Spiritual Practices for Preparing Spiritual Warriors and Earth Activists in Our Time”.

Saturday 6thJuly, 7.30pm, St Luke’s Presbyterian Church, 130 Remuera Road.“From Despair and Denial to Hope and Empowerment: How Creation Spirituality Can Enlarge Our Souls and Develop our Warrior Capabilities Toward Healing Mother Earth”.

Sunday 7thJuly, 9.30am,Preaching at St Luke’s Presbyterian Church, 130 Remuera Road.   

Cost for lectures: $10 each, or $30 for all four.   Registration: email pamela@stlukes.org.nzto specify which lecture(s) you are interested in.   Pay to The Community of Saint Luke 01 0194 0025723 00 with FOX/your surname as a reference


Religion and Art – DVD’s of Chris Longhurst’s Popular Lectures on Vatican Art are available as follows:

  • Michelangelo’s Last Judgement – when Heaven meets Hell in Art and History and Raphael’s Stanza della Segnature – On the unity of being. Price $20
  • The new St. Peter’s Basilica Complex, Rome 1506-1667: What the Human Spirit is Capable of Achieving. 2 x DVDs Price $40
  • The Sistine Chapel: Human and Divine Interaction in Art’s Most Shining Glory. Price $20
  • Theology in Painting: Price $20
  • What did Leonardo and Michelangelo really think of women? - Renaissance Pictorial Radicalism Acclaims the Feminine. Price $20

ORDERS to: admin@satrs.org.nz


Mail to: St Andrew’s Trust for the Study of Religion and Society



By direct credit / Internet banking: Bank details:  38 9012 0627557 00.
Under reference - please put your surname and initial and under code, Book, CD or DVD 

By cheque to: St Andrews Trust for the Study of Religion and Society (SATRS), to the address above.


Pam Fuller


St Andrew's Trust for the study of Religion and Society




We have limited stocks of some of Sir Lloyd Geering's books. 

Titles are:
“Witness to Change”, Lloyd Geering; pub. Steele Roberts $25
“From the Big Bang to God”, Lloyd Geering; pub Steele Roberts $30
“The Geering Interviews” by Mike Grimshaw; pub Polebridge Press $30
‘Re-imagining God, the Faith of a Modern Day Heretic”, Lloyd Geering; pub Polebridge Press $30
All prices include postage.