Mairangi Bay Presbyterian Church

Community Organisation

Mairangi Bay Presbyterian Church
11 Hastings Road
Mairangi BayVehicle access between 8 and 10 Penzance Rd
408 days ago

Luncheon Group - Today 12pm with the Glenfield Entertainers

Joanne Wyman-Macer from Mairangi Bay Presbyterian Church

Come and join us Today Mairangi Presbyterian Church Hall.
Bring a plate of food to share & enjoy entertainment by the GLENFIELD ENTERTAINERS. Christmas raffles & trade table operating
Gold coin donation at the door.

Are you or your parents lonely? Do you know of anyone looking for … View more
Come and join us Today Mairangi Presbyterian Church Hall.
Bring a plate of food to share & enjoy entertainment by the GLENFIELD ENTERTAINERS. Christmas raffles & trade table operating
Gold coin donation at the door.

Are you or your parents lonely? Do you know of anyone looking for friendship and fellowship with entertainment once a month?
If so, we have a lunch group where you bring your own lunch, listen to entertainers and we provide you tea or coffee.
It is open to all on the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Mairangi Bay Presbyterian Church Hall 12noon – 2pm.
There is a trading table that operates selling surplus vegetables, fruit, jams, home cooking, books and nick knacks.
This is then followed by an hour of quality entertainment from 1pm – 2pm. Different entertainers are booked each month.
Restarting next year in February

408 days ago

JOINING IN THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT

Joanne Wyman-Macer from Mairangi Bay Presbyterian Church

The annual packing of treats donated by members of the Mairangi Bay Presbyterian Church took place on 6 December.
Representatives from the three recipient groups within Presbyterian Support Northern: (Family Start; SHINE and Youth Workers in Secondary Schools) joined in. They each gave a summary … View more
The annual packing of treats donated by members of the Mairangi Bay Presbyterian Church took place on 6 December.
Representatives from the three recipient groups within Presbyterian Support Northern: (Family Start; SHINE and Youth Workers in Secondary Schools) joined in. They each gave a summary of the work they do and how much these gift boxes are appreciated. They have the responsibility of making sure that these boxes get to the families and people who are in need of some cheer.

This year a new record of 82 boxes was achieved as well as 3 bins of donated products that wouldn’t fit in the boxes.

Photos show the hall at the start of the wrapping service as well as a close up of wrapping in progress. It was a joyous occasion.

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