Saturday, 27 April 2019

Film Evening Friday 10 May

Parishioners, family and friends are welcome to come to ‘Ladies in Black’, a delightful film set in Sydney in 1959.

European migration, particularly from Italy and Greece, is impacting on life in Australia. Women’s liberation is on the rise and these two factors together are about to change Australia forever.

Lisa, a young 16-year-old takes a holiday job at a top Sydney department store. It is there she meets the ‘Ladies in Black. She is assigned to assist sales ladies Patty and Fay. Lisa is awakened to a world of possibilities and grows from a shy school-girl to a positive young lady.

One and all are invited to see this film and enjoy some good company at Trinity-at-Waiake on Friday 10 May at 7.00pm.

Tea and coffee will be served at supper. A gold coin donation would be appreciated to offset costs. Look forward to seeing you there

Saturday, 13 April 2019

Cantare Choir-Takapuna Methodist Church-19May

 WESTLAKE GIRLS                                       
WHAT: Cantare Choir
WHEN:    Sunday 19 May 4pm
WHERE:  Takapuna Methodist Church, 427 Lake Road, Takapuna
DETAILS:TMC is delighted to host premier Westlake Girls’ High School choir,
             Cantare. In 2018 Cantare were runners up in the Te Tohu Manu
             Waiata award at the Auckland regional Big Sing competition
              for best performance of a work using Maori text.
             They went on to win Gold at the National Finale in Wellington. 
             This year Cantare are looking forward to sharing a concert with the
             Toronto Children’s Chorus when they visit NZ and Australia.

Entry by Programme, suggested donation $20. Funds go to organ restoration

Saturday, 6 April 2019

New Minister at East Coast Bays Methodist

In March Andrew Gamman commenced ministry at East Coast Bays Methodist Parish. “It was rather a difficult start,” says Andrew, “ as my first Sunday was immediately after the Christchurch terror attack. On the Saturday I threw out everything I’d prepared and started again from scratch.”

Andrew is no stranger, having worked previously in the Parish when they transitioned to a lay leadership model. There is still a strong volunteer ministry team, but Andrew’s role is to oversee the team and organise the Sunday services. Andrew is married to Caroline and their two oldest children are still living at home. He is a keen fisherman with a ministry background that includes church planting and theological education. His colourful and varied ministry has involved being an on-air radio host, visiting field projects in Outer Mongolia with World Vision International, and staying in a Hutterite Community.

Trinity-at-Waiake, 864 Beach Road, Waiake, Auckland 0630    478-5107