After the 10am service we will have a brief members meeting regarding new staff for the youth area, followed by a sausage sizzle lunch, then we'll do some much needed work around our church property. Come dressed in clothes suitable for cleaning or gardening, and join in with our church community as we care for our property together.
Dinner and snacks, games, fun and laughter will accompany this exciting night. Come along with your family and friends dressed up as your favourite Disney characters! Best dressed will be sure to win a prize. Please bring a donation for the Karori Foodbank - there will be a prize for the most creative item. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org by 27 October
Create Christmas ornaments, gifts and decorations. Spend quality time with your child and take home your precious crafted creations. Guaranteed Christmassy experience. Afternoon tea provided!
Koha $2 per adult, $2 per child
To reserve your space please book by 10 November at http://tinyurl.com/KBC-Advent-2014
or contact the KBC Office ph 476 9697
This year Karori Baptist Church is throwing a Halloween Alternative with a special twist!
Instead of asking for sweets, our sea-themed helpers will be going around Karori collecting cans and other quality food goods for the Karori Food Bank!
Register your group of 4-6 kids at 6:30PM at KBC and receive your collection area. Each group must have one adult helper or pulse leader.
Then join us back at KBC for food, prizes, games and a costume parade!
On Saturday 23rd August we have a breakfast for everyone where Sue Taylor of Hagar International will be speaking.
“Whatever it takes for as long as it takes to restore a broken life!”
Hagar is following the example of Jesus in humbly serving and loving those rejected and exploited by society. Hagar nurtures hope, healing, resilience, dignity, family and community so that all involved (donors, partners, staff and clients) experience transformation. Hagar is tenacious – whatever it takes for as long as it takes – in recognition of the deep wounding of severe abuse. Through its social programs, commercial businesses, and partnerships, Hagar ensures high quality services in health care, legal support, psychosocial support, education, family services, training and employment.
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Beautiful Africa: A New Generation
Experience the Watoto Children's Choir from Uganda, East Africa live in an electrifying Concert of Hope. With scintillating drumbeats, engaging dance moves and exciting audio-visual effects; witness inspirational true life stories of triumph over tragedy.
The choir has travelled internationally since 1994 as advocates for the 47.5 million children in Africa, orphaned as a result of HIV/AIDS, war, poverty and human trafficking.
On Sunday February 23rd at 4PM, the Great KBC Photo Hunt will begin! This challenge will take you and your team all across Karori as you race to collect pictures from around our great suburb. It’s an event that’s perfect to invite family and friends to. Form a team in advance, or simply turn up on the day. Drivers, and cars, could help your team move around, but the challenge could also be completed on foot. After the event, there will be a BBQ back at church, followed by a slideshow and awards presentation.
There will be a take it home event for JYG kids and their parents on the 1st December. This will take place during the 10:30am service.
The topic will be on Family Devotions. We are blessed to have Keith and Shona Maslin and Erin Jourdain sharing their ideas and experiences of family devotions. It’s a good time to come and speak with other parents, get some ideas and go home with a resource you can try.
This is an opportunity if you have children to receive prayer as parents and altogether as a family. It will be held on the 24th November after the 10:30am service. We will aim to have many volunteers offering prayer so you all get that opportunity.
Everyone involved with the music and worship at KBC is welcome at this development day.
We plan to be splitting into workshops for the different instruments again, though this time we hope it will be more practical and will have more time to play together.
Please book this time into your diaries and let us know if you are joining us.