Last Sunday we gathered as the church making sure that we met all Government guidelines. This week we will once again be back as the gathered church in our building at 67 Fuller Street in Kaiapoi. We will have QR codes to scan, sign in sheets, hand sanitiser and people are able to physically distance if they choose too.
To see the guidelines for Faith Based Gatherings please click on the link below, it will take you to the NZ Covid-19 website.
This morning we continue our series on: The Armour of God. Annette will be looking at the breastplate of righteousness and we will be remembering Fathers Day. So get comfortable, maybe even let the cat sit on your knee.
Thanks for joining us today, and we pray that God will be present as you honour Him by committing this time to Him.
Welcome back to church online. Season Two! Yes, due to Covid-19 restrictions we are unable to gather. So we have put together a little something to help you connect with God and keep your eyes on Him in this difficult time. The video will be available from 9:00am and can be viewed by either clicking on the embedded file below or watching on YouTube.
We pray that God will meet with you as you honour Him by spending time in worship.
As we enter another Covid-19 lock down it is important that we keep our eyes fixed on Jesus the author and perfecter of our faith. (Hebrews 12:2) As the world struggles to contain Covid19 and we continue to face restrictions it also brings the reality of death into the public sphere.
For years Kaiapoi Baptist Church has been gathering for a weekend away – Church Camp. It is a great opportunity to spend time together getting to know one another better. This year we are heading back to the Waipara Adventure Centre.
Keep the weekend of October 15th to the 17th free in your diary,
It is that time of the month again. On the first Wednesday of each month we have the opportunity to receive high quality theological teaching and reflection from Carey Baptist College. Carey is our training college, it has been equipping leaders for the Baptist Union for 93 years!
I get emails everyday that have links to Christian content. I am sure that your Social Media feed is full of memes, Scriptures’ and inspiring quotes. We glance at them and keep on scrolling, it’s just what we do.
The idea of Wednesday on the Web is that you sit down and read an article, one that will make you think, one that may challenge an area of life or faith, or both!
So grab your favourite mid-morning beverage (triple shot decaf – is not a real thing!) and enjoy this article that came into my inbox this week.
Every year the New Zealand Baptist Missionary Society (NZBMS) have an appeal. Its focus is always on mission and always involves Prayer and Self Denial. This year they, and us will be focusing on Esther, For Such a Time as This. Make an effort to be there for this short and punchy series that will challenge you to think wider than just your local context.
We often talk about the Father and Son but don’t know what to do with the Spirit. Who is the Spirit? Why does the Spirit matter for how we live each day? Join us as we talk about the Lord and Life-Giver, the Holy Spirit, the under-stated but equally divine member of the Triune God; the person we know the least, who knows us best.
One-hour webinar with Carey’s systematic theology lecturer; Dr Christa McKirland.
Streamed live in the church lounge, please ensure that you arrive prior to 7:30pm.