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A375028_10151397098991965_154785867_ns Music Program director at Vision College in Christchurch, Kaye Grenon’s passion is to see her students grow into vibrant young leaders who are equipped and empowered to serve in the church and their local communities. While the Christchurch …

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krKingdom Resources: Making a Difference for 25 Years!  

Thousands of people in Christchurch and North Canterbury have been helped by Kingdom Resources with interest free loans, free budgeting and employment advice.

Based in Addington, it has a team of over …

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All over Christchurch, Selwyn and Waimakariri, neighbours came together over piece of cake cakethe last weekend in March and put a local spin on Te Raranga’s initiative, knowing your neighbour is a piece of cake.

We’re thrilled that the project was accessible and …

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pieceofcakeAfter some great feedback from churches across the city, The Neighbourhood Project has taken off, with the desire to equip people to engage with those around them as we join in the recovery of our city.

Knowing your neighbour is

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I recall sitting in a meeting with church leaders back in July 2012 discussing the choreography of a disaster and what we could maybe expect in the next phase of earthquake recovery.   It was a somewhat sobering meeting at times.  …

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You are  warmly invited to…

To our third meeting for 2013

 9am- 12pm Wednesday 23rd October

 At Neighbourhood Trust  St Albans Baptist Church

64 McFaddens Rd St Albans

Our Programme /Kaupapa for the morning

Speaker Roy Kenneally – Manager

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Encouraging and empowering the individuals of greater Christchurch to develop stronger connections within their immediate neighbourhood is part of what the church does naturally.  How we do this is down to practical, simple gestures of kindness.  We’re considering how we …

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The billeting project planning group met with CERA recently to discuss how we can understand whether there is demand for a church-led billeting programme in Christchurch.  We’re hoping to meet with companies involved in the rebuild for their perspective on …

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