ONE BODY, MANY PARTS
ONE BODY, MANY PARTS
Prayer Meeting: 10:00 am before the morning service. All welcome.
Service times: 10:30 am and 4:30 pm.
Communion & Fellowship lunch: On the first Sunday of each month.
Listen to the notices at church for locations and times.
Claremont Bible Study: Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm, contact Willem for details.
Timaru Bible Study: Wednesday evenings at 7:15 pm, contact Nick for details.
Temuka Bible Study: Thursday evenings at 7:00 pm, contact Graham for details.
Please listen for announcements in church for updates.
Sunday School: Primary level downstairs at church, Sunday mornings from 9:30 – 10:00. Contact Steph for details.
Teen Doctrine Class: High school/young adult upstairs at church, Sunday mornings from 9:30 – 10:00. Contact Nick for details.
Youth Meeting: Every second Friday evening. Contact Sam for details.
Samaritan Prayer Ministry: Prayer and practical needs. Contact Rhoda for details.
This annual week of teaching and discussion in Palmerston North is aimed at helping men who desire to be better equipped for service in their churches. It is a post-graduate level course which assumes familiarity with the Bible and Christian theology, and it is an intensive week of study with up to 30 hours of teaching over the course of five days.
For more information, please visit the Crosspoint Church website.
The Fellowship of Reformed Baptist Churches in New Zealand has its own training programme, intended to take place within the context of the local church and under the supervision of their local eldership. The programme consists of four levels:
Level 1 involves participation in a reading-discussion group to assist those who wish to pursue a reading programme aimed at providing biblical and practical teaching which will strengthen their faith and help equip them for living as a disciple of Christ.
Level 2 flows on from Level 1. It is primarily aimed at those individuals who have shown a keen interest for further studies. Individuals are encouraged to achieve a personalised ‘study goal’ under the supervision of their local eldership.
Level 3 is a yearly program involving four block-study sessions (Roving Classrooms) that are taught by various pastors within the fellowship (and on some occasions, by invited guest speakers). The classroom is hosted at varied (and roving) geographical locations around New Zealand, as each church offers to host a weekend.
Level 4 focuses on formal graduate studies under the supervision of a pastor and mentor. The right choice of program will depend largely on your previous training, current context, financial situation and overall goals.