Get together with other parents of young children for music, morning tea and free play. A great chance to get to know others in the church and wider community. Runs every Friday morning during the school terms.
If you’re able to help in any way, please email us: email@example.com
WILD + FIRE is our Lenten journey for 2019 at both our 10am and 5pm services.
It is composed of three parts:
WILD: 3 x sermons on how the wilderness affects our faith journey - starting March 10
FIRE: 5 x sermons on the Christ story and how it spreads through history…and our hearts - starting March 31. This includes a special 5pm GOOD FRIDAY service.
+ (AND): 7 x liturgical podcasts designed to take us deeper into the overarching narrative - starting Wednesday, March 6 (Ash Wednesday)
Men! Come eat with us this Wednesday, 7pm, at The Flying Burrito Brothers in Albany.
Open to all men, so feel free to invite your friends as well - we'd love to have you along!
Check out the details here, join the connect group to be kept in the loop or message Stanley to let him know you're keen to come.
Our annual camp out date has been set - all we need now is for you to be there! Head to pakiriholidaypark.co.nz and book your site. Mention you are with Shore Vineyard Church to make sure you stay with the group! For more details email our community pastor, Stanley Ross.
Download this PDF for all the details!
Our final lads night of the year is 'all you can eat ribs' at Deep Creek Brews and Eats in Browns Bay! Cost - $35 per person plus drinks.
Bookings are essential this time so pre-pay $35 into the church account (38 9010 0715393 00) by November 4 with the reference 'ribs' (drinks can be paid for on the night) and let Stanley know you’re coming.
Come join us at our annual national gathering, this year hosted at Grace Vineyard in Christchurch NZ. Featuring David and Anita Ruis (CAN), Jay Ruka (NZ) and a wide range of local NZ Vineyard leaders and practitioners.
Visit vineyardconference.org for more details!
Join us for a special service to finish our whānau series with a celebration of family! We’ll be having dedications, graduations, music and games, finished by a celebration of our many cultures with an international potluck lunch!
Please bring a plate of your favourite international food to share!
A Spring Tea is a thing. It’s our new favourite SVC tradition for the ladies out there. Leave the Saturday chores, pop on the lippy and come eat cake with with us. You deserve it and you’ll be helping give a girl her life back with your $10 (minimum) donation.
Donations to LiberTea go to A Girl Called Hope - a residential programme that helps girls in a tailspin turn their lives around.
Eat cake. Do good. Do it with girlfriends and girl-family. What’s not to like?