Saturday 15th May 2021
Are you worn out, heavy laden, heavy hearted?
As you're navigating the hills and the valleys, are you needing life & love spoken into your life?
At the end of your strength, your efforts, your options,
especially then you will find that there is a hope that transforms mindsets and changes circumstances.
Beloved, you are not alone in this.
You have the choice to be forgiven, healed, redeemed.
And your creator's heart aches for yours.
He who delights to crown you, satisfy your desires and renew your strength.
Come join us as we break chains, open cages and SOAR with the Lord.
“Praise the Lord, my soul,
and forget not all his benefits—
who forgives all your sins
and heals all your diseases,
who redeems your life from the pit
and crowns you with love and compassion,
who satisfies your desires with good things
so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.”
saturday 15th may 2021
come join us for a day of
Belated tickets are still available for purchase up to Friday 14th May.
As registrations for the standard tickets have officially closed for catering purposes, we ask that you bring your own lunch on the day.
Please note a processing fee of max. $0.60 per ticket will be charged by the platform provider.
All of this fee will go towards their charity of providing literacy programs for young girls.
Alternatively, you may like to register in person & pay by cash during St Columba's office hours.
Can't make it?
Feel moved to bless a woman in our community?
Your donations will go towards sponsoring the tickets of attendees and meals for volunteers.
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After you hit the 'Register' button, there will be an option to donate, without the purchase of a ticket.
We thank you kindly and humbly for sowing into this ministry.
Address: St Columba Church 480 Ti Rakau Drive
Botany Downs, Auckland 2013
Phone: 09 274 4864
Hours: Mon-Thu 9:00am-5:00pm
There are two separate carparks - one with road access from Ti Rakau Drive and the other from Tiger Drive.
Disability parking and wheelchair access is available by the main entrance on the Ti Rakau Drive carpark.