We want to do what we do without people feeling that we have any ‘hidden agenda’ except to extend care, love and hospitality in ways that make a difference.
Our ministries include our Family Ministries, our commitment to supporting young people, and the support and outreach to the community through the Family Centre. We also run an early childhood centre which supports our commitment to parents and their children.
Being part of God’s mission to the world is at the heart of who we are and gives reason and purpose for our being.
While we commit our resources to our local mission we also take seriously our commitment to those in places who face challenges of hardship and need or who hear little of the Good News of Jesus Christ and God’s love.
While we have special appeals for needs relating to disaster relief, our three key overseas mission commitments are focused on supporting mission in Nepal, Russia and Fiji. We also support World Vision, Tear Fund, sponsor a number of children and the support the work of the Bible Society.
Lorraine van Wijk leads our mission Committee. Lorraine and her team get together regularly to pray for those in needs and to formulate plans for fundraising and support to help the work of local and overseas missions.
Contact Lorraine firstname.lastname@example.org - 298 4679
We are a church that believes that prayer is a central part of our life together with God. If you have a need or would like prayer support, then contact in confidence Jane Neike - email@example.com – 292 9503. Jane coordinates a confidential prayer circle.
The ministry team and elders of our church are always ready to provide whatever spiritual or material support we can provide to people facing situations of loss, illness, or particular need. Please contact the office, the ministers or a team leader.
Here at Clevedon Presbyterian Church we see the provision of weddings and funerals and support of people at these important times as part of our mission and ministry. There is no charge for these services by the ministers or for the use of the church. (However, there may be some costs associated with such things as catering, printing, organists and AV technical assistance)
Church Service with Traditional Music.
No Sunday School.
Church Service with contemporary Music style
Kid’s Club (Sunday School)
O.K. Club (Forms 1 & 2)
9:30 and 11 am Services.
Coffee and tea is served free of charge between the services and following the 11 am service in the Church lounge.
This service is held at Kawakawa Bay Hall.
15 minute prayer and communion service ~ meet around the Communion Table during School Term Times.