Wednesday, October 21, 2020
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Mike Sikuri reappointed president

The reappointment of Pastor Sikuri was one of the major decisions at the South New Zealand Conference's 67th constituency meeting.

Christchurch Adventists serve hurting community for Global Youth Day

Charged with the task of "being the sermon", the young people took food parcels, balloons, flowers, cards and 1001 iced cupcakes to hospitals, fire and police stations, ambulance departments, playgrounds, and residents of Pascoe Park.

Feel the inspiration (My church: Queenstown)

People from around the world are flocking to Queenstown . . . Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Keeping young people in our Church

Retaining young people in the Seventh-day Adventist Church was the focus of a special tour organised by the South New Zealand Conference.

Conference partners with IIWO

South New Zealand Conference (SNZC) and It Is Written Oceania (IIWO) partnered to run an evangelistic series across Christchurch.

A different life

Giving one's life to Christ is never a small thing. Yet for many of us, the decision comes with relatively little consequence. Not so for people like Romina Masih, whose decision to become an Adventist was met with denunciation and death threats.

Mission to the Cities in full motion in NZPUC

The French Polynesia Mission ran a two-week evangelistic campaign in Faa’a in June, with 30 programs taking place across Tahiti’s most populated city.

South New Zealand president re-elected

Pastor Damien Rice has been re-elected as president of the South New Zealand Conference (SNZC). The announcement comes following the Conference’s 65th Constituency Meeting held this past weekend in Christchurch.

Worship the focus of conference

Seventy people from congregations in South New Zealand gathered for a “Worship In Focus” weekend conference at Papanui church.

Pathfinders celebrate 65 years

Hundreds of South Island Pathfinders, leaders, parents and past Pathfinders gathered in Christchurch, New Zealand, to celebrate 65 years of Pathfindering.
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