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Supporting Mary's Work and our ministry.
You may wish to join our prayer supporters or make a donation or automatic payment
We want to stress that the most vital support is your ongoing prayer and interest in this work. But if you are in a position to support us financially:
1 You may send a cheque to Marist Laity at the address below.
2 If you are in New Zealand, you can make an internet banking payment to our account: 02-0585-0079358-000
We ask that you also send us an email with the details of the payment and your contact details for a tax deductible receipt.
3 You may wish to make a regular contribution to this Marist Lay Mission and this can be arranged by Automatic Bank payment for any amount you choose. Please request the ABP form in the enquiry section below.
Thank you for contributing in any way you can to Mary's work. All our supporters are kept in our prayers also.
Bev McDonald and Margaret Russell
Your Marist Laity Team
Bev joined the Marist Laity team as Facilitator, in 2012 taking over from Fr Pat Devlin SM. Besides many years involvement in various Marist and diocesan activities, Bev holds a degree in Theology and is a Spiritual Director (ACSD).
Margaret recently joined the Marist Laity team as Office Administrator when Vanessa Ornelas resigned.
Both Bev and Margaret live in Auckland with their families. Bev travels around the country visiting and offering pastoral support to groups. She facilitates locals to start groups or receive online information as individuals about being Marist.
Monthly email reflections and news are sent to all those who are interested.
Group and parish retreats are available on request.