Welcome To Mangapapa Church
Coming Up in 2023 ...
Sunday 10th December
After the morning Service
Notice to all Mangapapa Church members that there will be a congregational meeting after the service on Sunday 10th December to vote for our new Church Leader. If you are unable to attend, please contact the Office on details for emailing your vote.
"Journey To Bethlehem" Movie
Monday 11th December
Private MUP screening of the Christmas movie musical at the Odeon. Tickets are limited and cost $10 each. They can be purchased from the Church Office between 9am-12noon from Wednesday 6th December.
This is the document required of us by the Methodist Church. It tells the story of the land the church sits on and the people who have lived on that land, going back to the Horouta and Takitimu Waka. It is not a complete history, it has a specific focus.
There is a reference in the Land Story to the Memorandum of Association of the NZ Land Settlement Company, click to access this if you wish to read it.
There are different resources available for those affected by the flood.
1. Insurance: For those dealing with insurance companies, this is a link to a church based organisation that worked with people after the Chch earthquakes. They have lots of experience and a deep understanding of the process. https://www.nzcrs.govt.nz/how-we-work/about-our-process/
2. Counselling: The Sunrise Foundation is working with Male Support Services in the Waikato. They are a registered Counselling Service and have offered free and unlimited 1 to 1 phone counselling for anyone who wants it. All their counsellors are vetted, qualified and registered. If you wish to use them simply email email@example.com and let them know you are from Gisborne and have been given their details by Glenda Jackson of Sunrise Foundation. Give your name, phone number and whatever details you wish to share. They will ring you back.
FEBC and "Clever" Radios
We have been blessed by FEBC (The Far East Broadcasting Company) New Zealand. They have donated 40 Radios to the Tairawhiti area. The radios come with solar panels, with a small crank handle, take AAA batteries as well as having rechargeable batteries in them. Even when your power is out, they will work. I think we all remember the week with no power, no internet and lots of different information, not always accurate.
We are looking to distribute these to people/communities that live in remote parts of the Tairawhiti region where roads and power are often cut. They can go to individuals but also to community centres like Maraes. So far we have sent them to Loiselles and Waingake, with some to go to Te Karaka, Tolaga Bay and Tokomaru Bay in the coming days.
We are a Community Church located in the Northwestern suburb of Mangapapa, in Gisborne City, New Zealand, where the sun shines first in the world of every new day.
Our Church roots are Methodist and Presbyterian and we maintain that connection as a Union Parish through the Uniting Congregations of Aotearoa NZ. On 13th April 2013, we celebrated 100 years here. Our Worship Services are best described as contemporary in style and charismatic. We share Communion in the 10am Service on the first Sunday of each month. We undertake Believers Baptism by immersion.
We are a church of all ages – from 0 to 94, and we enjoy worship together. Our focus is Jesus Christ as Lord and ‘There is nothing that the nearness of Jesus cannot overcome’. Thanks for visiting our website and we hope you find helpful information here.
Mangapapa Church Office & Complex: 314 Ormond Road, Gisborne, New Zealand
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Phone: 06-867 9604
Office Hours: 9:00am to 12:00 midday, Monday to Friday
Postal Address: Mangapapa Church, PO Box 2146, Gisborne, 4010, New Zealand