We have two positions available with the NZ Servants team, which supports workers in Asia and encourages prophetic exploration of local justice-focused communities… Are you interested in: * raising up new workers for the Asian teams? * organising training and promotional events? * learning more by visiting the field teams in Asia * educating yourself
Servants have combined with Tear Fund for a tour of musical evenings around North Island towns in New Zealand. Peter Shurley, an Australian musician, will spin the tunes and Mic Duncan and Murray Sheard will speak. Here are the dates and times: Sunday 11th September Levin 10am Queen Street Gospel Chapel 541 Queen Street
Christchurch, New Zealand plays host to two special events organised by Servants this coming week. Murray Sheard, Servants NZ Coordinator, will be speaking at Spreydon Baptist about Servants’ new ministry in tsunami-ravaged Banda Aceh as well as other Asian cities. Come and find out what Servants to Asia’s Urban Poor are up to now: current
This week Dr Rob Bellingham leads the Servants team to Banda Aceh. Last Sunday he preached this farewell message at Mt Albert Baptist… It was a bright sunny morning in Sri Lanka and a public holiday the day after Christmas. An ideal chance to visit relatives in Galle along the scenic south eastern coastal highway.
A church in Auckland, New Zealand, raised over $1000 for AIDS orphans supported by Servants Cambodia’s Project HALO during their Christmas extravaganza last week. The Howick Community Church Christmas pageant was held at the brand new Picton Centre in Howick and was hosted by Chic Littlewood. Attendees watched a presentation about the lives of orphans