News for Sunday 13 November 2016

Gold Card Lunch at Zealandia
Final lunch for the year is at 12 pm Thursday 1st December.  See Judy Edgar after the service or phone her on 476 7257 if you want to attend.

Angel Tree
We are supporting Angel Tree again this year.  Angel Tree Christmas nurtures the precious link between a prisoner and their children by providing nearly 4,000 Christmas Gifts to children every year from their incarcerated parent.  

If you would like to purchase a $25 Warehouse Voucher on behalf of a prisoner for their child, please select a name off the board at the side of the church.  Warehouse vouchers can be purchased through Countdown or The Warehouse.  Please return the voucher together with the Angel Tree tab in an envelope on Sunday, 27 November.  For the child receiving the gift voucher it shows that their Mum or Dad hasn't forgotten them and still cares about them.  For more information contact Maree ph 938 7864.

Infoodle Roster Training
We’re holding two training sessions on using your rosters on Infoodle:  The first after the 10.30 service today  and 19 November at 11 am.  We will meet in the church so we can use the big screens.  All people who are on rosters and need to use Infoodle are invited to attend one of these.

John’s Open Office
While John is away Wendy will be doing the open office at Café on the Square (beside the Library) every Tuesday from 3.30 pm if you want to drop by and speak to her.

Pledges for 2017
A reminder to complete your pledge form.  Completed pledge forms can be put into the offering bags or returned to the office.

SMASH Cricket Club
The response to our appeal for cricket equipment has been great.  Thank you all for your generosity. 

Barnabas Fund
The Barnabas Fund welcomes special international speakers from the front lines of work among the persecuted church in the Middle East sharing first hand stories.  They will also cover topics such as secular humanism and Islam.  Tuesday, 15 November, 7:30 pm.  Abundant Life, 71 Abel Smith St.

Kapiti—19 to 23 January 2017

Register Now for Early Bird Prices

This is our church camp and there is a programme for all ages 0-99!  The Kapiti summer festival is about our community coming together, getting to know one another, laughing, worshipping, becoming equipped for the year ahead where together we seek to see God’s kingdom in our everyday lives.

Register now:  Early bird prices close 30 November, the maximum cost for families amount has dropped to $480.  Also complete one of our forms to let us know that you are coming and to register for meals.