Development Group

Rationale for the Formation of the Development Group and its Terms of Reference

The buildings of Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish form the patrimony of the parish, paid for through the generosity of generations of parishioners, and serve the Eucharistic and pastoral needs of its people.

This duty of care and need to ‘future proof’ our buildings requires Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish to thoroughly review the way it meets all of its pastoral needs through the use of its buildings.

The parish is facing the expenditure of hundreds of thousands of dollars to meet current earthquake standards to ensure the safety of our parishioners.  Before we commit to this, or to any other significant expenditure on our buildings, it is important that we invest for the future as well as the present.

To this end I am appointing a Development Group to help our parish discern its longer term requirements and to make an initial recommendation to parishioners by means of its leadership committees, namely, the Chairpersons of the Parish Council and Finance Committee, the School Board of Trustees, the School Principal and the Liturgy Committee.

The Development Group is to make recommendations concerning the buildings and associated resources that will meet the needs of the parish (including its school), as set out in the Pastoral Plan over the next 30 years.

The recommendations are to cover:

  • options for the location(s) of all parish facilities
  • options for the broad design and approximate size of any new or modified building(s) if required,
  • the practical steps necessary to implement any recommended changes,
  • the estimated financial implications of any recommendations, and
  • an outline of the preferred option of the Development Group.

Scope of work

The Development Group is to take into account the key factors as set out in the Pastoral Plan including the liturgical needs of Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish and various parish groups, as well as the forecast data on population trends, demographics, roading development, etc.

The Development Group is asked to consult widely to various groups in the parish, particularly the leadership groups mentioned above and any other key groups. 

Timeframe

It is envisaged that the Development Group will complete a draft report for consideration by the Parish in 3-6 months and for a final decision on the Parish needs within 12 months.

Reporting

The Development Group is to provide a presentation and summary report to a Representative Body, consisting of the Parish Priest and the Chairs of the Parish Pastoral Council, the Finance Committee, the Liturgy Committee and the Board of Trustees Chair and the Principal of St. Patrick’s School.

None of the members of the Development Group hold a current leadership position in the Parish. However, every one of them is a committed parishioner with considerable skills in leadership and development at a parish, school board of trustee, and at a community level. This enables this group to take a fresh and objective view of the property needs of Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish for both the current and future generations of its parishioners.

Initial Members

The initial members of the Development Group are: Michael Wintringham, David Meyer, David Sowry, Richard Goodman, John O’Sullivan, Dianne Collier-Brake and Zita Smith.

Other people may be co-opted for particular skills or clarification if required.

The members are to appoint a chair from their number.

Michael McCabe
Parish Priest
Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish
Pentecost Sunday 8 June 2014


Note:- Michael Wintringham was the initial Chairperson of the Development Group but resigned in July 2014 due to personal commitments and travel. John O’Sullivan is now the Chairperson of the Development Group.
Sunday, 10 August 2014

Current Members

  1. David Meyer
  2. David Sowry
  3. Dianne Collier-Brake
  4. John O’Sullivan - (chair)
  5. Rick Goodman, and
  6. Zita Smith

 

Timeline of Communications

  1. Newsletter 22 June 2014
  2. Letter to Board of Trustees 26 June 2014
  3. Newsletter 10 August 2014
  4. Survey Letter 21 August 2014
  5. Newsletter 26 October 2014
  6. The Development Group Update - October 2014 (attachment - Parish Newsletter)
  7. Pastoral Pages – 17 November 2014 (Summer2014 Edition)
  8. Newsletter 07 December 2014
  9. Newsletter 14 December 2014
  10. Parish Meeting 15 December 2014
  11. Newsletter 21 December 2014
  12. Newsletter 25 January 2015
  13. Newsletter 01 February 2015
  14. Newsletter 08 February 2015
  15. Newsletter 08 March 2015
  16. Pastoral Pages – 8 March 2015 (Autumn2015 Edition)

 

Newsletter 22 June 2014

Annual General Meeting – Our Lady of Kāpiti

The first AGM of our new parish will take place at Our Lady of Fatima Church, Waikanae at 11.00am on 29 June.

Please come along to hear of the journey so far, the plans for the future and to make your contribution.

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Letter to Board of Trustees 26 June 2014

Martha Stuart-Berrisford
Chair
Board of Trustees
St Patrick’s School
P O Box 540
Paraparaumu 5254

Dear Martha

Our Lady of Kāpiti Development Group

As you are aware, Father Michael has convened the Development Group to help ascertain the ideal configuration of Our Lady of Kāpiti’s property portfolio to serve the needs of the Parish for the next 30 years.

St Patrick’s School is a vital part of the life of the Parish, as well as forming a significant part of its property portfolio. The Development Group is well aware that no recommendations on the future form and location of the Parish’s buildings can be made without full consideration of the needs and aspirations of St Patrick’s School.  The School Board, with the support of the Principal, is obviously best placed to assist the Development Group in this regard.

I, Father Michael and two other members of the Development Group would like to meet the Board (and I assume the Principal) to hear and understand your interests, concerns and plans for the school , and in particular its physical location and structure for the 30 year time horizon of the Development Group’s mandate.

Ideally, given the reporting deadline for the Development Group and the importance of St Patrick’s School in the future of the Parish, this should be sooner rather than later – preferably in the first week of the school holidays if possible.  Carol Lamain in the Parish Office has kindly agreed to coordinate diaries to set up a meeting.

I am happy to elaborate on this letter if you wish (293 1076).  Otherwise I look forward to our meeting.

Yours sincerely
Michael Wintringham

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Newsletter 10 August 2014

Dear Parishioners

… My sincere thanks to Michael Wintringham for his service as Chairman to the Development Group and my gratitude to John O’Sullivan who has accepted this roll. The Development Group continues to do valuable work for the parish and hopes to report back to the parish later in the year.

With every blessing in Christ
Michael McCabe

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Survey Letter 21 August 2014

Dear Parent/Caregiver

As a parent/caregiver who has children currently enrolled at Saint Patrick’s School or who has recently completed either the baptismal or sacramental programme in the parish I am asking if you would mind taking some time to answer this simple survey as this would greatly enhance our understanding and appreciation of what people are looking for in choosing a primary school for their children.

As background to this request, you will be aware that Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish was formally established by Archbishop John Dew in June 2013 from the two former parishes of Our Lady of Fatima Waikanae and Saint Patrick’s Parish Paraparaumu. In October 2013 a single parish office was established in Waikanae and a new Finance and Administration Committee and Parish Council established.

Earlier this year I formed a Development Committee and asked them to thoroughly review all our parish properties in order to help our parish discern its longer term requirements.

The Development Group is to make recommendations to the parish leadership team concerning the buildings and associated resources that will meet the needs of the parish (including its school), as set out in our Parish Pastoral Plan over the next 30 years.

The recommendations are to cover:

  • options for the location(s) of all parish facilities,
  • options for the broad design and approximate size of any new or modified building(s) if required,
  • the practical steps necessary to implement any recommended changes,
  • the estimated financial implications of any recommendations, and
  • an outline of the preferred option of the Development Group.

The Development Group is to take into account the key factors as set out in our Pastoral Plan including the liturgical needs of Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish and various parish groups, as well as the forecast data on population trends, demographics, roading development, etc.

The Development Group has been asked to consult widely to various groups in the parish, including the Saint Patrick’s School Community. The School Board of Trustees and Principal have seen these questions and have approved this Pastoral-based survey taking place. While your response will help our planning I want to assure you that your responses will be treated in confidence and will not be identifiable.

We greatly appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey.

Yours sincerely in Christ

Michael McCabe
Parish Priest

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Newsletter 26 October 2014

Dear Parishioners

My sincere thanks to the Development Group and its Chairperson John O’Sullivan for their hard work and discernment on our behalf. John will give an update to parishioners at the Masses at Waikanae this weekend and Ted Wypych will do the same for parishioners at the Masses at Paraparaumu.

With every blessing in Christ,
Father Michael McCabe

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The Development Group Update - October 2014 (attachment)

Dear Parishioners

In our Parish Pastoral Plan, prepared by our Parish Pastoral Council earlier this year, there are five priority goals: Worship, Community, Service, Justice and Hospitality.  All of these goals are enriched by the quality of our Parish buildings and resources.  To this end we formed a Parish Development Group whose role was to undertake a thorough review of all the buildings and properties of Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish.

At the Parish Masses this weekend John O’Sullivan Chairman of the Development Group and Ted Wypych from the Parish Finance Committee will speak on their work to date and, specifically, on developments within the last five weeks.

Update on the Development Group:

While the Development Group had not finished its discernment, and while it had not reported back to parishioners, there was clear agreement that a long term 21st century solution was required - there must be no ‘Band-Aids!’ Such an approach would not do the Parish any favours in the future.

Given the duty of care and safety required for parishioners and school children the state of the buildings, and in particular, the two Churches and Parish School remains a matter of serious concern.

Engineering reports completed for the Archdiocese as part of ‘Project Stronger’ revealed serious structural issues with the two Churches both of which are below the 35% threshold required for New Building Standards in New Zealand. Although no formal decision had been made the emerging consensus within the Development Group was that it would be uneconomic in the long term to repair either of its two churches both of which have been renovated previously. Any repairs, likely to cost up to $500,000 for both Churches, would prove to be a temporary ‘band aid’ solution and necessarily require readdressing by the parish before very long.

When presently attending school children cannot attend assemblies, liturgies, or Mass, in either of our Churches because of the state of the buildings, we have a most unsatisfactory situation given the centrality of liturgy and the Eucharist in our Catholic Parish life.

In the mind of the New Zealand Catholic Bishops and the Archdiocese of Wellington, School and Parish are intrinsically linked and recent Parish/School developments in New Zealand have resulted in a better integration of Parish and School facilities and use of shared resources.

As part of the Development Group’s discernment a Survey was conducted of parents of school age children. Concern was expressed that the location of the school site, and the expense of travel for students, are key reasons given by parents and caregivers for a decline in the School roll.  Simply put, because the School site is located some distance away from the Parish families it is inconvenient and expensive for families to access easily during peak hour traffic flows.

Recent Developments:

On September 27 2014 I met with Archbishop John Dew to seek his advice on a property that had come on the market for sale by closed tender two weeks earlier. This land is located in the middle of the Parish boundaries of Peka Peka and Paekakariki and is situated just beside the new Expressway off-ramp on Kāpiti Road. It forms a natural hub for the community and has the right transport links and ground conditions suitable for a new Parish Church and School and ancillary buildings.

I informed Archbishop John that we had not formally reported back to the Parish but felt that this land sale was too good an opportunity to pass by. Archbishop John agreed. Later that day he visited the site.  Since then there have been numerous meetings with the Development Group as well as with representatives of the Parish Council and Finance Committee and Archdiocesan officials.

While giving approval to place a tender Archbishop Dew, through his property advisors and Board of Administration, has asked the Parish to develop a Business Plan within 60 days before final purchase approval is given

Tenders for this land closed on Wednesday afternoon and we should hear from the vendors within 20 working days if our tender has been successful. Regardless of whether or not it is successful we will continue to develop a Business Plan and continue with the Development Group process in collaboration with the Parish Pastoral Council, the Finance and Liturgy Committees and School Board of Trustees and School Principal.

With every blessing in Christ

John O’Sullivan
Chairperson
Parish Development Group
Michael McCabe
Parish Priest
 
Justin du Fresne
Chairperson
Parish Pastoral Council

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Pastoral Pages November 2014 Summer Edition

17 November 2014

Since its last update to parishioners at the Sunday Masses of 25 and 26 October 2014 the Development Group has continued to meet and to discern on behalf of the Parish and has also done so with representatives of the Finance Committee and Parish Pastoral Council.

At the time of writing we are yet to hear back formally as to whether the tender placed has been accepted. The Archdiocese has instructed us to prepare a thorough business plan prior to any final decision being made. Essentially this means completing a due diligence process - a process that will continue regardless of where any future development takes place for Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish.

As parishioners will be aware by now our current Church buildings and St Patricks School are not up to the standard required. Both churches require considerable refurbishment work in order to bring them up to the minimum earthquake code requirements. Similarly the school requires considerable upgrading and also suffers from its location. Traffic access to both the school and St Patricks Church is problematic and will only worsen with future population growth in the Kapiti region.

We have considered a number of options including:

  • Repair both churches and leave the school as it is.

At a cost of over $500k to get to the minimum code requirement this is an unattractive option. Further unquantifiable expense will be incurred in the future. In its current location and condition the school will not flourish. Some have suggested closing the School but this view is not supported by either Archbishop John Dew or the New Zealand Catholic Bishops or by parishioners. The Parish School needs to be in a better location that is more easily accessible for our parish families.

  • Repair one church to a higher standard and closing the other.

If we relocate the whole Parish to Paraparaumu we would need to do considerable remedial work to the Church as well as upgrade the School. To have the whole Parish at either of the existing churches will exacerbate access and parking issues. We doubt that the Kāpiti Coast District Council would favour of any strategy that effectively doubles the size of the congregation at Mass at either current church. Parking at Masses in both Waikanae and Paraparaumu is already tight.

Therefore we feel it is clear that we need to find one suitable location where an Our Lady of Kapiti Church and School can be established. This is the consensus of the Development Group. We also believe that the Parishioners generally support this view.

John O’Sullivan
Chairperson Our Lady of Kāpiti Development Group

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Newsletter 07 December 2014

Dear Parishioners

We are pleased to announce that our tender for land in Milne Drive has been conditionally accepted by the vendor. After a meeting with Archbishop John Dew and his Board of Administration, on Thursday 27 November 2014, we have been given approval to proceed with the next stage which is 30 working days of due diligence after which we will then seek the permission of Archbishop Dew, His Board of Administration and College of Consultors, to make an unconditional settlement for the land. The thirty day due diligence period finishes on 26 January 2015 because of the statutory holidays around Christmas and New Year.

As part of our due diligence we will need to get valuations on all parish properties, meet with Kapiti Coast District Council officers [on December 15], begin resource management and resource consent planning, as well as seek an up to date report from traffic engineers. 

Members of the Development Group, Parish Council, Liturgy and Finance Committees will meet this Tuesday 9 December 2014 at 7pm at Saint Patrick’s Lounge. The following week on Monday 15 December 2014 we will have a meeting for Parishioners to receive an update from this meeting and to report on the Kapiti Council meeting and the Board of Administration requirements. This meeting will be held in Grace Hall, St Patrick’s School at 7pm.  This meeting will also be an opportunity for parishioners to have any of their concerns addressed as well as to offer any suggestions that they may have. A further update from the Development Group is in the Pastoral Pages.

With every blessing in Christ,
Michael McCabe and John O’Sullivan

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Newsletter 14 December 2014

Dear Parishioners

Special thanks are also due to the members of the Development Group for the enormous amount of time and work that they have put in on behalf of the Parish to assist us all in making an informed decision about the future shape and location of our Parish Church and School buildings. Currently they are working on the due diligence that is required before any final approval to proceed further can be given by Archbishop John Dew, his Board of Administration, and his College of Consultors.

Members of this group will give parishioners a full update at a special Parish meeting on Monday evening, 15 December 2014, at 7 - 8.30pm in Grace Hall, Saint Patrick’s School. I would encourage all members of the Parish and School communities to attend if at all possible.

With every blessing in Christ,
Michael McCabe

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Parish Meeting 15 December 2014

The Meeting opened at 7:00pm.

200 parishioners met at Grace Hall, Saint Patrick’s School, to hear updates from the Development Group Chairman John O’Sullivan and David Sowry. The meeting, which opened and closed with prayer, was chaired by Justin du Fresne, Parish Council Chairman. After the two speakers presented their updates questions were taken from those present and these were answered, where possible by John O’ Sullivan, David Sowry, Justin du Fresne and Father Michael McCabe, Parish Priest.

Minutes secretary: Margaret Fitzgerald

Concern(s) raised and responded to by the Panel included:

  • Noise and safety concerns from proximity of new site to the airport.
  • The number of parishioners in villages and rest homes and hospitals throughout the parish boundaries including: Kapiti Village, Coastal Villas, Eldon Lodge, Charles Fleming Village, Summerset; the two Millvale Houses; Hillcrest; Kena Kena; Seven Oaks; Midlands...
  • The Resource Consent process. Kapiti Coast Dsitrict Council requirements.
  • Midlands residents will be the immediate neighbours to the new development and there will be a need to consult with them as well as other neighbours to the new site.
  • Timelines for completion of proposed new school and church - 3 yrs.  
  • The Expressway is  due for completion 2016/2017
  • Size and Type of land - geotech survey has been done
  • Size of projected congregation over the next 10-15 years – the question was asked, ‘where is the growth coming from?’
  • Carparking
  • The need for strengthening local faith communities and groups within the wider parish
  • Place of shrine to Our Lady 
  • Possibility of other prayer centres/chapels?
  • Siting of Presbytery
  • Post expressway housing development north of Waikanae and south of the river once land has been released.
  • Flexible design of church to allow for development over next 40-50 yrs
  • Payment for and design of building of new school  
  • Had any consideration for Yr 9-10 junior secondary school? 
  • Prior history of Presentation College noted.
  • Mary Cook, parishioner and former Principal of Saint Mary’s College, noted that a minimum role for a new College was at least 600.
  • We have young leaders for the Archdiocese in our Kapiti Youth Group – many of these active young leaders attend the local colleges. the new site is equi-distant between the two colleges.
  • Emotional attachment to parish church for families who have celebrated weddings, christenings, funerals, etc. the need for pastoral sensitivity as parishioners face the potential loss of such valued churches and sites associated with the parish and its three recent churches.
  • Lack of vocations apparent in Archdiocese
  • The continuing need to develop lay leaders.
  • The need to improve communciation and make the information to date from the Development Group more accessable on the Parish website

The Meeting closed at 8:15pm.  

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Newsletter 21 December 2014

Dear Parishioners

A sincere thank you to all who attended the Parish meeting at Grace Hall on Monday evening - there was a wonderful crowd and our gratitude goes to John O'Sullivan and Dave Sowry from the Development Group and to Justin du Fresne from the Parish Council for chairing the meeting.  As John O’Sullivan stressed, this was the first of many such meetings to keep parishioners informed. In January we will also look to update the parish website so that information from the Development Group is more easily accessible.

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With every blessing in Christ
Sincerely
Fathers Michael McCabe and Dennis Nacorda

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Newsletter 25 January 2015

Dear Parishioners

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My sincere thanks to members of the Development Group and Finance Committee for the enormous amount of work they have put in to the Submission to the Archdiocesan Board of Administration seeking final approval for the purchase of the ‘Bunnings site’ in Milne Drive. We owe them and their families a huge debt of gratitude for their vision and dedication. As at the time of writing we are yet to hear formally from Cardinal John Dew. The meeting on Thursday evening went very well and the Parish was congratulated for its leadership for the Archdiocese.

With every blessing in Christ
Michael McCabe
Parish Priest

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Newsletter 01 February 2015

Dear Parishioners

… This coming week members of the Development Group will meet with the Parish Council and Finance Committee to consider Cardinal John Dew’s letter of consent approving the Parish’s unconditional purchase of the land at 20 Milne Drive as the site for a new Church and School. A deposit of $500,000 from parish reserves was paid on Monday 26 January 2015 with the remaining $3.6 million to be paid at the end of June 2015.

A full update will be given to parishioners at next weekend’s Masses. Meantime I ask that you keep our parish in your personal and family prayers.

With every blessing in Christ
Michael McCabe
Parish Priest

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Newsletter 08 February 2015

Dear Parishioners

Attached to our newsletter this weekend is the formal letter from Cardinal John Dew received last Friday giving the Parish permission to purchase land at 20 Milne Drive, Paraparaumu to be the site of a new Parish Centre, School and Church.

Cardinal John has given a clear direction for our continuing discernment as well as a number of conditions which we have accepted as being prudent and wise. We are especially appreciative of the meetings members of the Development Group had with Archbishop John and his Board of Administration in November 2014 and January 2015 – John O’Sullivan [November meeting], Richard Ward, Ted Wypych and myself attended these meetings on behalf of the Parish Finance Committee, Parish Council and Development Group. I am grateful to John O’Sullivan for his update to parishioners at our Masses this weekend. ..

With every blessing in Christ
Michael McCabe
Parish Priest

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Newsletter 08 March 2015

Dear Parishioners

On Monday afternoon I received the results for the Survey held at all Masses last weekend.

766 % completed forms were handed in:  
643 83.9% parishioners voted in support of the project.
63 8.2% parishioners voted against the project.
58 7.6% parishioners had no firm view either way.
2 0.3% forms were null and void and unable to be included.

All forms were counted and recounted and stamped by the two Justices of the Peace present.

On Monday the Development Group meet and on Tuesday the Liturgy Committee meet and also the Parish Council.  At these three meetings we will table a list of the concerns and comments made on the forms and from emails sent in this week.  I sincerely thank all parishioners for their blessing and support and pray we may continue to be united in Christ. ..

With every blessing in Christ
Michael McCabe
Parish Priest

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Pastoral Pages – 08 March 2015 – Autumn 2015

We own the land!

(Ed: Please note that these articles were written BEFORE the survey and Justin’s update last weekend 28 Feb/1 March) This is the text of the talk John O’Sullivan, Chair of the Development Committee, presented at all masses three weeks ago.


Father Michael has asked me to give you an update from the Development Group today. The letter from Cardinal John Dew is attached to your newsletter this week. It gave us permission to purchase the land at 20 Milne Drive located two minutes off the Kapiti Road off-ramp on the new expressway and five minutes’ drive from the Te Moana Road off-ramp.

The tender price was $4.1 million and a deposit of $500,000 was paid from Parish reserves last Monday 26 January 2015. The Quotable Value New Zealand valuation was $4 million while Bunning’s parent company – the vendors – valued this land at $6.5 million. Final settlement is on 26 June 2015. The balance of the cost of this land will be paid for from the sale of Parish properties. You will note though, from his letter, that Cardinal John has offered bridging finance to the Parish so that we might obtain the best possible price for these sales. As part of our due diligence we did consider alternative sites in Te Roto Drive, Ihakara Street, as well as in Otaihanga and in Te Moana Road opposite Melt Café.

We also considered having the school at one end of the parish and church at the other however Cardinal John Dew wanted both school and church together on the one site. The goal of the future and present is unity as a parish and he feels that this is best achieved on a single site and we agree. We are very grateful to Cardinal John and his advisors for their courtesy, advice and encouragement and to Cardinal John for his enthusiasm and leadership in this project. We feel he has listened to our due diligence and has made his decision which we accept.

The Archdiocese will lead the planning, funding and building of the new Parish School in partnership with the School Principal, Board of Trustees and school families. While the parish of Our Lady of Kāpiti owns all the land and assets at its current and new sites, the School buildings and School assets are owned by the Archdiocese and Catholic Education. The Parish will need to build a new Church and Parish Centre and will investigate what parts of these buildings, such as the hall, can be shared with the school. This will mean a sharing of costs in their construction.

We envisage that this year will be taken up with a lot of careful planning and continued listening to parishioners. This will require partnerships that explore, for example, Church and liturgical design, fundraising, the sale and use of our assets to fund our new Church and also to fund ministry in the future.

We also need to strengthen the prayer focus of this project and continue to explore ways we can unite the Parish as well as strengthen the faith communities and groups that make it up.

On Wednesday members of the Parish council, Finance Committee, Liturgy Committee, Development Group and other parish leaders will meet to begin this process. We will then hold a series of full Parish meetings to discuss all aspects of the project – design, timing, detail, and so on. At the end of these meetings we will be asking for full Parish commitment and acceptance of the plans without which we will not proceed.

This will be a Parish decision by majority. Please do not presume your voice has been heard even if you are in favour. If we do not have a majority decision to proceed we do have a backup plan. Before we decided to go unconditional we researched other exit strategies for the site – and we are confident of realizing all outgoings with no financial cost to the Parish. We paid 2.5million under Book Value and prices for land along the Kapiti Road area are increasing as the expressway progresses.

Thank you for listening and please keep the Parish and our future in your prayers.

John O’Sullivan, Chair, Development Group

(Ed: As John mentions, there will be a series of meetings throughout the process so it is up to each of us to ‘front up’ if we want our voice to be heard.)

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Timeline of Communication - documents you can download

Date Event
Sun, 01 Jun 2014 Terms of Reference - Parish Newsletter
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 Update Parish Newsletter with presentations by John O'Sullivan and Ted Wypych
Mon, 17 Nov 2014 Update on Pastoral Pages  -   (Summer 2014 edition - Pastoral Pages)
Wed, 07 Jan 2015 Kapiti News - Wed, 7 January 2015 edition - (local newspaper)
Fri, 23 Jan 2015 Cardinal John Dew's letter (attached to newsletter Sunday, 08 February 2015)
Thu, 05 Feb 2015 Kapiti Observer - Thu, 05 February 2015 edition - (local newspaper)
Sun, 08 Mar 2015 Autum 2015 edition - Pastoral Pages
   

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