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When the rain set in on Thursday around lunchtime, Easter Camp already had 1,500 1422606_1587832648108726_1237114516023850041_npeople signed in and set up. Out-of-towners were told to turn back or stay the night in a church hall because buses had started to get …

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pactIn the last few months some initiatives have been taken by CERA and CCC to help ensure that good infrastructure is created around the large new areas of residential development.

One of these is Build Ready, a working group established …

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Rechurch is a non-denominational Christian church that meets at Reading Cinemas (The Palms) every Sunday at 9:30AM.

We celebrated our fourth birthday as a church this past Sunday (23 Feb 2014). And honestly, …

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The Anglican Social Justice Unit is a branch of Anglican Care, the social service arm of the Anglican Diocese of Christchurch. One of its main initiatives this year is helping to …

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Arriving in America as a young college student, Chimamanda Adichie realised that she was viewed no longer within her Nigerian middle-class context, but as the ‘other’ – an African.  The depth of her own culture was reduced by those around …

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unlimitedUnlimited is an inter-denominational network of Children’s Ministry leaders connected together to support and encourage each other.   It is lead by Rachel Sangster and a team from various denominations across Christchurch.

‘Children are created in the image of God – …

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‘Being local, staying committed’ 24-7

24-7 Youth Work places church-based youth workers in high schools across New Zealand, an initiative begun in Christchurch 16 years ago.

With a presence in almost every Christchurch high school, 24-7 believes in local churches supporting …

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The Christmas message was shared in so many ways around the city, from Grottos to Christmas parties, to carols in the Square and of course the Christmas parade.

For more photos, visit Te Raranga’s Facebook page

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