Announcements

  • Date Change - Week of Prayer

    Announced by North NZ Coordinator on Jul 29 2016

    3-10 September 2016

    We have been advertising the date for Week of Prayer 2016 for November in accordance with the General Conference. We have just realized that the South Pacific Division has assigned September 03 – 10 as our Week of Prayer for this year. We sincerely apologise for the incorrect information. The Record will be releasing the readings soon - http://record.net.au

  • WANTED: Principal

    Announced by North NZ Coordinator on Jul 28 2016

    Southland Adventist Christian School, Invercargill

    Principal (Tagged). Full Primary with 3 teachers. Position to commence Term 1, 2017.

    An opportunity for an approachable, passionate, forward-thinking school leader to build on existing initiatives and culture in a collaborative manner and to grow and empower others whilst maintaining our community spirit.

    If you have inspiration, enthusiasm, creativity, compassion and a sense of humour to make a positive contribution to our school and its community – this might be the job for you!!

    A willingness and ability to take part in religious instruction and uphold the Special Seventh-day Adventist Character of the school is a condition of appointment. The appointee shall accept and recognise the responsibility to maintain and preserve the Special Character of the school.

    Applications close 5pm, 1st September 2016.

    For an application pack please visit our school website - http://www.sacs.school.nz/index.php/about-us/employment and click - Principal Application Pack or email The Board Chairperson.

    Applications to: Board Chairperson, PO Box 5007, Waikiwi, Invercargill 9843 Ph: (03) 236 8228 email:applications@sacs.school.nz

  • FREE Organ for Church

    Announced by North NZ Coordinator on Jul 15 2016

    If your church would like an organ to bless your congregation, contact Maureen Rushbrook in Te Aroha on (07) 884 4385.
  • Retirement Ready: Plan Now to Retire Well

    Announced by North NZ Coordinator on Jul 14 2016

    Retirement Ready: Plan Now to Retire Well – author Pr Bruce Manners will present a 90-minute interactive workshop in a conference room at the Adventist Book Centre on Sabbath, August 20 from 3.30-5pm, followed by the launch of his newest book. Intended readership are those who have not yet reached retirement, who wish to plan ahead for the personal, social, financial, and practical aspects of life beyond the workforce. All welcome. Please RSVP to christine@adventistbooks.org.nz or phone 0800 50 22 22. The shop will be open from closing Sabbath until 7.30pm.
  • WANTED - Printed Pictorial Aid

    Announced by North NZ Coordinator on Jul 12 2016

    Does anyone have a printed pictorial aid? If you do, it would be appreciated if you could please contact Terry Paiti on mobile 021 0881 9743.
  • God Needs You!! Jump Start Literature Evangelism Is Coming to NZ!

    Announced by North NZ Coordinator on Jul 11 2016

    Ever thought about becoming a Literature Evangelist but can't do it fulltime? Well now you can do it part time with the new Jump Start approach - learn how at NZs first training workshop!

    When: Sun 31 July – Thurs 4 Aug 2016

    Where: Henderson SDA, 24 Corban Drive, Henderson, Auckland

    Price: $60pp to cover food & training (Billets may be available)

    For more info check out www.movemelord.com/jumpstart

    The first 30 Start Up KITS in NZ to the value of $300.00 will be sponsored!

    For details of the training please contact Brent or Joanna on 021959562 or brent.joanna2015@gmail.com

  • End It Now Abuse Prevention Day - 27 August

    Announced by North NZ Coordinator on Jun 20 2016

    The sad unfortunate truth is that abuse happens in homes, churches, schools, work place, communities...everywhere and anywhere. No. It's Not OK!!! We need to put a stop to this and we all can do something about it. August 27 is set aside as Abuse Prevention Day. We hope this day is on your calendar already. For more information and resources please click here
  • Student Accommodation Available

    Announced by North NZ Coordinator on Jun 16 2016

    SDA home schooling family has safe accommodation for student/single person/international student. Quiet,rural setting only 15 min from Albany, North Shore. 15 min to Massey university. 5 min to Northern motorway. 15 min to Orewa SDA church and Orewa beaches.
    Contact Celeste wecharmse@gmail.com

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Date Change - Week of Prayer

3-10 September 2016 We have been advertising the date for Week of Prayer 2016 for November in acc...More

WANTED: Principal

Southland Adventist Christian School, Invercargill Principal (Tagged). Full Primary with 3 teache...More

FREE Organ for Church

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