Courses 2019: Haere Mai Ki Runga i Te Waka

Saturday 6th July 9am - 1pm SABC + 5 Following Thursdays 7.15pm - 8.45pm 19a Tudor Ave, Ilam

We are all at different places on our journey to understanding our history in Aotearoa. This course is an opportunity to grow in knowledge and understanding about the Treaty of Waitangi, the role of the Missionaries in our history and why it matters to the church today.
Contact Ngaire Button for more details.

Anna Button: The Plastic Pandemic

Sunday 21 July, 10am

Come prepared to learn about The Great Pacific Garbage Patch and why as Christian's we should care about it

Living the Dream

August 1st, 2nd & 3rd, 7.30pm

Living the dream is a modern Rock Opera:
- Based on the greatest short story ever told; the parable of the prodigal son.
- Featuring original home grown music, including rock, blues, rap, funk and reggae.
- Filled with great songs, humour and raw emotion.
- Ideal to invite all your friends to.
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Father's Day

Sunday 1 September, 10am

Join us for Father's Day for a service a bit different to what you would usually expect! We will be welcoming Joy Sluiters from the parenting place to talk on raising happy, resilient children. Do not miss it!

The Story of Parihaka

Saturday 19 October and Sunday 20 October

Saturday Oct 19th we will be showing the movie of Parihaka. The Parihaka story is one of the truly sad days of our history as a country, as the government sent the army against a peaceful Maori village of mostly Christian people, to force the confiscation of thousands of hectares of prime farming land in Taranaki. It is the people of the lands own telling of their story. You won't want to miss it.
On Sunday the afternoon we will host a Q&A session with two qualified presenters to answer questions regarding our history as a nation and implications for our future as bicultural and multi cultural people of NZ. 

Our service times

Sunday Mornings : 10:00 am

Our office hours

Monday - Friday : 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Get in touch

(03) 355 6522

64 McFaddens Road, St Albans, Christchurch 
Entrance and carpark off Redwood Place