Thursday, July 16, 2020
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Church after COVID: What will it look like?

Be part of this Division-wide initiative looking at why it's important for digital church to continue and ways to go about it.

NZ churches set to reopen

The easing of COVID-19 restrictions in New Zealand means that most Seventh-day Adventist churches will be able to reopen on Sabbath.

Church services in NZPUC and Fiji suspended due to COVID-19

"This decision has not been an easy one to make and we appreciate your understanding and cooperation in these difficult times."

NZPUC grapples with retention and nurture

"We need to make disciples not converts."

Collaboration creates community connections

The Community Champions Network is empowering Adventist churches and schools in New Zealand to become positive lights in their communities.

Kiwis become digital disciples

The first Digital Discipleship Conference held in New Zealand was a resounding success, with attendees enjoying opportunities to network and learn more about how to share their faith in a digital world.

Active in communities

Pastor Glenn Townend offers a snapshot of the community work taking place in the New Zealand Pacific Union Conference and Trans Pacific Union Mission.

Pathfinders shine for Jesus in New Zealand

Around 1300 Pathfinders from 59 clubs across four countries gathered together for the Illumine Pathfinder Camporee.

Looking forward not back

After 90 days, Pastor Eddie Tupa'i's future as lead pastor (president) of the New Zealand Pacific Union Conference has been decided.

New president for Cook Islands Mission

Pastor Eric Toleafoa is taking over from Pastor Eliu Eliu, who is retiring after more than 11 years in the role. 
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