Category: Promotion

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Gather and Go – Christchurch

At the heart of being Presbyterian is an ethos of ‘we’re in this together’. St Paul’s imagery of the church as the body of Christ is familiar way of looking at it. We are not the church by ourselves, we are in this thing together. We want to help this reality be a little bit more real for our young people.


Connect 2015 Prayer Requests


“Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God…” Philippians 4:6

Believing in the power of prayer, what follows is some detailed prayer requests, which we ask you to:

  1. pray over.
  2. forward onto your church pray team if you have one.
  3. forward onto your your minister.


David Gushee – NZ tour

David Gushee

David Gushee – NZ tour

David Gushee is a Distinguished University Professor of Christian Ethics and the director of the Center for Theology and Public Life at Mercer University. He is a prolific author, a well-known commentator and widely recognised as one of the leading Christian ethicists in North America today.


Brian McLaren in New Zealand

Brian is visiting New Zealand from 1st to 10th August 2015 as the guest of The Smallternative Trust, a New Zealand-based relief and development agency.

Named by TIME magazine as one of the 25 most influential evangelicals in America, Brian (a leading figure in the emerging church movement), brings a fresh and often provocative vision of what it means to be a Christian today.



World Vision have an exciting opportunity for someone aged 18 – 20 to become our 2016 Faith Ambassador.

The successful applicant will be someone who is passionate about injustice and motivating others around God’s heart for the poor.


Beneath the Southern Cross

We’re excited to share with you the brand new music video by Malcolm Gordon, ‘Beneath the Southern Cross’. This song celebrates the diversity and richness of the Presbyterian Church here in New Zealand, and the heritage of the story that we are a part of. It is our gift to the wider Church to give thanks for 200 years of the Gospel in Aotearoa.