I had the joy of taking nine young adult leaders to The Abbey in Wellington over the weekend. It was exciting to see God move in our young leaders in the unique ways each of them needed.
There's a time for joyful celebration and fellowship as the body of Christ, and there's a time for outward-focused ministries.
Easter Camp in Christchurch continues to be one of the most profound spaces for young people to encounter Jesus. Four rangatahi and a leader from St B's shared their stories with us.
"In a secular context like New Zealand, it’s important for people to have a strong sense of truth and ways of making sense of the world," Reuben said. "There is an urgent need for churches to step forward and offer a better story."
The campers loved all of Bridge Valley's different activities, but most of all, they loved making new friends and learning about Jesus.
From kōwhai fairies to quilted native birds, the halls were most certainly decked! The Nelson Cathedral Christmas Tree Festival brought joy and the spirit of Christmas to over 12,000 people from all over the world.
Victory Church, Habitat for Humanity, the Salvation Army, Te Piki Ora, and The Male Room have partnered together to supply temporary accommodation in the Victory community, helping to alleviate the Nelson housing crisis.
Have you checked out the latest courses on our very own Discipleship Pathway website?! There are over 10 courses available on a variety of topics, and more on the way.
On Sunday St Barnabas Stoke celebrated the baptisms of four rangatahi. It was a fantastic day, including one baptism at the church and three at Tahunanui Beach.
Spring Camp 2022 was another amazing year of the Nelson Anglican youth groups coming together to worship, learn about Jesus, build connections, and have an awesome time.
This weekend felt like a journey into the attic of the Anglican Church, exploring the hidden treasures of silence, solitude, and contemplative prayer - which have been a part of our culture since its inception.