The new Asian Ministries section of the Church website has an invitation for young people from any of our churches to apply to take part in a mission trip to Taiwan in December 2013. You just need to speak English, love children, and want to share the Christian faith. Contact the Rev Dr Stuart Vogel: email@example.com 09 620 5595 or 021 815 9815.
Would you like to attend one of three workshops CWM will run between August and December 2013? Global Mission, Training & Empowerment, Justice & Witness. For information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our winter edition of Spanz explores the meaning of cross-culturalism and asks if we are a cross-cultural Church. We share the story of Clevedon Presbyterian’s popular inter-cultural lunches. We hear of an up-coming gathering for leaders involved in new mission ventures. We explore resources for equipping elders; and we profile KCML graduating interns, PYM BoM interns, and a new Kids Friendly coach. Plus many more stories from throughout our Church.
Application for the 2013 round of Presbyterian Foundation grants are now invited, application forms can be downloaded here. The Presbyterian Foundation is a trust fund, the interest of which is distributed to support the mission of the Church, particularly innovative mission at the local and regional church level. Applications close on 15 September.
Matters for consideration, and changes in our BOO for consideration by presbyteries, Synod, Te Aka Puaho and all Church Councils can now been downloaded here. If you would like this booklet photocopied and mailed to you please email email@example.com The deadline for responding to these documents is 1 July 2013. This deadline enables us to respond to issues and questions raised in the documents and to engage in further consultation later...
Te Aka Puaho has a new website for the Church’s national marae, Ohope Marae - Te Maungarongo Marae. Many of you experienced the beautiful setting of the marae – in the hills, surrounded by native bush and opposite the beach - at GA12 where the marae was a highlight for many. Te Aka Puaho encourage you to hire the marae to hold conferences, meetings and special events. Details here.