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The second edition of our Justice & Action Booklet.
June 8, 2017
Our Praying for Children@Risk brochures are distributed to Presbyterian churches in the northern region encouraging churches to be “can do” churches.
This year’s Community Connections Autumn newsletter features how one man’s vision to paint the houses of Moerewa has burgeoned into an all-hands-on-deck makeover of several homes in the small Northland town that is building pride and strengthening community ties.
May 22, 2017
Violence comes in many forms. It comes as unwanted physical contact – bruising and violating bodies, minds, identity, and self-confidence. It comes as words, in looks, and in silence. It comes disguised in practices and policies of exclusion and stigmatization, and in the passivity of onlookers. It comes as minorities…
November 24, 2016
“We give them skills they can use in everyday life after they leave school.”
September 15, 2016
Everyone at St Austell’s Uniting Parish in New Lynn is involved in reaching out to the local community. Regular street clean-ups, weekly carwashes, window cleaning, and engaging with neighbours have become standard practice for all ages, from the Sunday School to men’s and women’s group
September 14, 2016
Download the White Ribbon order form to select the items you’d like to order for 2016 Family Works and White Ribbon promotion. All orders need to be in by 06 October, 2016.
It takes hands to build a house but only hearts can build a home.
May 6, 2016
Dirty windows? Overgrown garden? That’s no problem for the Niu Souls youth group from St Paul’s Presbyterian Church in Manurewa. They’ve been an answer to prayer for many older people who find these tasks overwhelming…
April 29, 2016
We have been gathering robust data for the past six years in order to evaluate the quality of our services. As an organisation, we are committed to using this information to improve our service delivery and achieve measurable outcomes for clients
February 23, 2016
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