Events

2021

with DON CARSON

23-25 July  2021

Stand for the Gospel is a weekend conference that was started in 2010 with a vision to serve the church in New Zealand, across denominations around the unity of the Gospel. We celebrate its life transforming power and take up the call to proclaim it to all people, calling all people to repentance and faith in Jesus Christ.

 

The conference is purposely simple:

  • We host one keynote speaker from overseas who expounds the Scriptures challenging us with the Word of God.

  • Men and women serving the church in New Zealand offer seminars on topics which unfold implications of the Gospel and applying them to our lives as believers and servants of Christ.

  • We provide an opportunity for a small number of ministries to have display tables where they can share their ministry aims with attendees throughout the weekend.

 

Conferences can be a drain on time and resources. They can also be a wonderful opportunity for fellowship and spiritual feeding. We pray Stand for the Gospel falls into the second category, and hope that you’ll join us!

Coming up soon in  2020

Details in Church Bulletin

Church AGM 5 August 7:30 pm

Our AGM is an opportunity to review last year and to seek God's guidance for the next. While only members can vote, everyone in our congregation is welcome to come and contribute.

Mum's Morning Tea, 6 August, 10:30 am

Mums and children at Donelda's for morning tea and a talk on

The Epitome of Motherhood.

Women in Touch 10 August 7:30 pm

Women of all ages are invited for fellowship and supper, while we look at Lessons from Lock-down together.

Seniors Morning Tea, 20 August, 10:00 am

It's Spring! Tea, food and fellowship.

(If you have to ask if you are a Senior, then you are! You are welcome!)

International Dinner, 26 September

Sit down to a meal of selections from around the world provided by our multi-national congregation.

Quiz Night, 31 October, 7:30 pm

Fun night for family and friends ... surprise us with your knowledge!

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