Posts from March 2020

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Central on Sunday – 29 March 2020

by Roselyn

Welcome message The journey has begun!  Please click this link for this week’s “Micro Message” from Ann. (Note: if you have a Facebook account you may have already seen this but you don’t need a Facebook account to view it) Call  to worship Psalm 100 1 Shout for joy to the LORD, all the earth. 2 Worship […]

Central on Sunday – 22 March 2020

by Ruth

Welcome message Click here to view the video from our pastor Ann. Worship song playlist is here on YouTube Be Still and Know Be Still for the Presence E Te Ariki Brother, Sister – the Servant Song In Christ Alone Children’s  songs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JeJvKkBV6rY -younger kids https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reAlJKv7ptU -older youth The song for the children is My Lighthouse (Rend Collective) and it links […]

4th Sunday in Lent – Be Strong

by Ruth

Every year, the season of Lent helps us think more deeply about who Jesus is and why we follow him. In keeping with this, questions and explorations of our own identity follow: Who are we as individuals who follow Jesus? Who are we as a worldwide, ‘timewide’ group of people who follow Jesus (the Church)? […]

Services at Central

by Ruth

Kia ora Central family In light of the government’s decision yesterday to ban indoor gatherings of 100 people or more, and out of love for those at risk in our community, we will not hold a worship service in the building this Sunday, nor on future Sundays until such time as the restrictions are lifted. However, we […]

COVID-19 – Coronavirus update

by Ruth

After weeks in our daily news, COVID-19 has now been declared a pandemic. It is having an enormous impact globally, economically, and personally as a health issue. For us as a church community there are some basic things for us to be aware of, and guidelines for what we can do to stop the spread […]

3rd Sunday in Lent

by Ruth

  Jesus and the Samaritan Woman John 4:5-42 The season of Lent helps us rediscover each year who Jesus is and why we gather around him. We put the pieces of the story together annually. In keeping with this, questions and explorations of our own identity follow: Who are we as individuals who follow Jesus? […]