Bulletin 23 June 2019
  • RCMC “Because of Him” T-Shirts are here. If you have pre-ordered, please see Hui Kung 021-0339272 after the service. Available for sale at $20 each, while stocks last. This shirt will be used during church organised events.

  • Sunday 7 July will be a combined Holy Communion service in the Chapel. It will also be a “Family Sunday” meaning the Sunday School children may worship together with parents or guardians at the service. Time 1.30 pm.

  • Children Sunday School outing on Saturday 20 July. Lots of fun time from 9.45 am to 3.15 pm. Venue: Kiwi valley Farm Park & Maze. For more info, please contact Alice 021-838223

  • Our youth fellowship has planned a trip to Tauranga on 27-28 July. It will a retreat cum opportunity to get to know the Tauranga CMC’s youths. We will attend Sunday service there on 28 Jul before returning. Parents or guardians may contact Evelyn 021-761063 for more info.

  • A big hand to the various teams that provide refreshment every Sunday. To minimize distractions to our worship experience, please refrain from activities that emit noise and smell (eg., food preparation) in the kitchen during service time. Your discretion and co-operation much appreciated.

  • The 2:7 Series is discipleship training. People in training groups learn and practice skills while they experience spiritual growth. People will learn and practice skills such as quiet time options, ways to meditate on Scripture, how to sharpen and tell their salvation story, and other skill-based topics. Starts 7 July (10 sessions) Sundays 4.00—5.30 pm, Basement Room (“The Dungeon”). Register with Christina 022-0890087 or Rev James Chin

Lydia Sim
Bulletin 9 June 2019
  • Our CMCNZ Co-Workers Camp 2019 is on the 25-28 Oct (Fri-Mon) at El Rancho, Waikanae Beach, Kapiti coast. Check website www.elrancho.co.nz. Adult $220 per person (early bird $200 if register by 30 June); children 4-12 $60 per child; and children under 4 yrs old free. Bi-lingual registration forms available from Tommy 021-1750176. Speaker for the main camp (in Chinese) is Rev Cheng Hoot Khoo, a retired Methodist pastor. He is the General Secretary of World Federation Chinese Methodist Churches; Principal of the Institute of Elders under Four Denominations Chinese Churches in Singapore; and Trainers of the Intentional Disciple Making Network, Singapore. For more info, contact church campwcmc@gmail.com

  • Praise God for the combined worship & fellowship with NPCMC last Sunday. Pray this experience in ministering ‘outside Auckland’ help foster the missional attitude in our English service. Pray that our two congregations continue to serve closely together. Pray for NPCMC’s evangelistic outreach. Ps Ting suggests a younger group from RCMC could help making contacts withChinese-speaking business operators & students in New Plymouth.

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