Come and join us this Easter Weekend as we remember and celebrate the amazing events of Jesus death and resurrection.
Good Friday – 09:30 am – A short reflective service with hot cross buns to follow.
Easter Sunday – 10:00 am – A Celebration Service – He is Risen!
Series begins Sunday January 29th.
As we launch into a new year we are re-visiting our vison and mission. Life has been disrupted over the last couple of years and we need to refocus on what the church is all about. For us at Kaiapoi Baptist we talk about LIFE.
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Starting this week we pick up our Summer Series from last year focusing on Colossians. Come and gather with us as we spend time in God’s Word and in worship of Him.
This year the calendar throws up a little oddity. Christmas is on a Sunday. So we get to gather in our regular rhythm. So to help with the consistency our service will begin at:
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10:00 am , at Kaiapoi Baptist Church, 67 Fuller Street, Kaiapoi
We are back!
The Combined Churches of Kaiapoi are excited to once again host Carols in the Park. As always it is at Trousselot Park, Charles Street Kaiapoi. Bring a Picnic Tea and your singing voice.
Sunday December 18th 5pm
Riverside Community Church, 45 Charles St, Kaiapoi
This event is a great chance to remember the true meaning of Christmas and take a moment to pause amidst the hustle and bustle of the Advent season.
Song booklets will be handed out on the night, or you can simply download a digital version here.
We are currently in an exciting season where we are seeking Gods direction for our physical redevelopment. We have spent two months studying the book of Ezra and we are calling the church to a time of prayer and fasting. This is an important part of our discernment process.
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The Friday of Easter is always a solemn day, a time for reflection, even though we know Sunday is coming. This year we created spaces for people to engage with the events of Christs betrayal, arrest, crucifixion and burial. Each space focused on parts of the Holy Week narrative.
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As a nation we have a unique heritage. We are a nation that sees its modern beginnings in an agreement, a treaty that ushered in a brave and new partnership never before contemplated by a colonising nation. Te Tiriti O Waitangi and its principles give New Zealand a unique foundation as a nation.
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On Sunday we started a new a sermon series: ‘The Elephant in the Room’. We will be looking at what it means to live out our faith in the current Covid19 situation. For two years we have experienced disruption in every area of our lives due to Covid19. Coronavirus and its impact on our lives including our faith has been the elephant in the room for some time, so let’s look at the elephant in the room.
Over summer we will be looking at the Colossians. It is short at only four chapters but packs a punch. This series will give us an insight into this power epistle (letter) from Paul to the believers at Colossae.
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