You’re invited to hear Pastor Martin Steele speak at the Transformation Tour as the team from Harbourside Church in Auckland hop around the country blessing the regions with ministry and worship. Pastor Martin will run two seminar days, one for church leaders and one for young adults and those in the business place; plus the team will be running a encounter night of worship.
When: FRI/SAT, 30/31 August 2019
Where: Park City Church – 94 Hurlstone Drive, New Plymouth
An evening of encouragement and worship from Aaron Hardy, Jay Lucas and the band from Link City Church as first stop on their ‘Kia Kaha’ tour. The songs and original music from this album carry the heartbeat of our land in a unique way. Nau mai, Haere mai, Welcome.
When: FRIDAY, 8 September at 7.30pm
Where: CityLife Church – Egmont Street, New Plymouth
Cost: No charge but please bring koha to help with travel expenses.
Where: Park CIty Church, 94 Hurlstone Drive, Waiwhakaiho, New Plymouth
Cost: Free (Offering taken)
Bring your youth group and mates to this off the chain event.
FUSION is a collective of youth leaders from around north Taranaki who seek to inspire a generation of young believers to promote the gospel and serve their peers and schools with love, prayers and encouragement in the name of Jesus.
This is a part time position of approx 15 hours per week.
You will need to be a team player, keen to serve God with your practical handyman skills. There may also be opportunities for ministry at the camp. You will need to be able to work independently when necessary and be willing to be on duty some weekends. House available. Good Board support and a great local community!
For more information contact us –
Graham and Joanne Morris, Phone 06 755 3307
Email: [email protected]
Every two years – NPCLN sponsors Easter Alive – enabling over 2000 children to journey through a dramatic presentation of the Easter Story.
Free public performance 7pm Wed 5th April 2017
St James Presbyterian Church, Lawry Street, New Plymouth
NOTE: This is a change of venue from previous years.
Through the effort of more than a dozen churches, and more than 100 volunteers, the colourful montage of Easter is brought to life before children’s very eyes during a 35 minute performance. Seven scenes portray Jesus final hours from Continue reading →