Home Groups are an important part of church life and we
strongly encourage everyone at NBC to be in one.
If you would like to join a group, or open up your current
group to others, or want any information about what’s
available – please put your name and details on the
clipboard in the foyer, or leave a message on Glyn
Carpenter’s phone (09) 4199 9699.
Family Camp 2016 is coming up! Friday 29 April from 7 pm, to Sunday 1 May, 2 pm.
Camp is for anyone and everyone associated with NBC who want a weekend of fun, fellowship, great food and great people!!
There will be heaps of cool activities including: archery, mini golf, campfire, heated pool, waterslide, kayaks sports and much more
The weekend will include several worship and speaking sessions, and we will be running a programme for the kids (Years 1 – 8) as well as a crèche during these times
Venue: Christian Youth Camps Ngaruwahia, approx 1hr 20min drive from NBC. (148 Waingaro Rd, Ngaruawahia, just past Huntly).
Please bring a container of baking/food to share for morning/afternoon tea times.
Cost: $75 adults (18+), $55 child (3 – 17 years), Under 3’s are free. Maximum fee of $250 per family. There is some sponsorship money available. Talk to Lauren Cowie if needed.
Please pick up your registration forms from the church foyer or office, or email email@example.com
We still require people to help in the kitchen and to help supervise in the children’s programmes. Please contact Lauren or Janice (via the office).
More than Music is under way again! Our very popular music, movement and craft morning for preschoolers and their parents/caregivers runs every Wednesday 10-11 am during school terms. It is still only $2 per child and includes morning tea!
Calling Auckland North Shore kids and families to a Light Party: Superheroes
A light party is a Halloween alternative for parents who are uncomfortable with their kids
going from door to door “trick or treating”, while others don’t like the death and darkness horror themes associated with the celebration or even the negative influence of “treat us or we’ll trick you” type behaviour…
Now those parents have an Glenfield Auckland alternative in Hillcrest where the Northcote Baptist Church is hosting a Light Party with the theme Superheroes for the community.
Venue: Northcote Baptist Church, 67 Eban Ave, Northcote 5:30 – 8:30 pm, in collaboration with the Glenfield Salvation Army Corps and St Aidan’s Presbyterian Church.
What: A carnival type event, including an inflatable obstacle course, giant catapult, face-painting, disco, muffins, crafts, games and much more!
Come dressed as your favourite superhero, and test your super powers in a variety of challenges (no scarey costumes please).
Entry by donation: all children receive a ticket entitling them to a variety of treats, adults get their own too!
To get your Express Pass, click us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Proteen (for school years 7 to 9) and Kids Club (for school years 2 to 6) have kicked off for 2015. Last week we had an awesome evening packed with fun, activities and friends. You can join us too, Friday evenings from 6pm to 8pm. Bring an adult caregiver to register you and $4 to contribute to costs (and supper) to the Northcote Baptist Church facilities.
UNCHANGING truth IN AN EVER-CHANGING CULTURE
ANZAC WEEKEND – AUCKLAND
24TH – 25TH APRIL 2015
Does God exist? Why is there so much suffering? Is truth relative?
Are science & faith enemies?
Can you give both intellectually and emotionally satisfying answers to these questions? Can you defend the Christian faith in a reasonable and compassionate way? Are you able to represent Christ’s message of hope, rescue and unfathomable love, even in the face of doubt and skepticism?
Join us this ANZAC weekend where a line-up of top international and local speakers will sensitively and skilfully respond to the biggest objections that Christians encounter today – and equip you to live out a confident, yet gracious faith in your everyday life.
N O R T H C O T E B A P T I S T C H U R C H
6 7 E B A N A V E, H I L L C R E S T, N O R T H S H O R E C I T Y
This morning at Northcote Baptist Church the clock was turned back 200 years. Dressed as settlers, sailors and Maori and using humour dance and singing, the children of Kid’s Rock retold this special story of the first New Zealand Christmas.
The event being re-enacted by the children described the arrival of Samuel Marsden at the invitation of local Maori and the message of good news he gave on Christmas Day, 1814. Director of Family Ministries at Northcote Baptist Church Janice Norton reminded us that this same message of hope, reconciliation and forgiveness received so openly by many Maori was still important for all of us today.Thanks to all the teachers and children for bringing to life our nation’s story of the coming of the Good News. Te Haranui- Glad tidings of great joy indeed!