Winter Festival

Winter Festival

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Features of the Winter Festival – August 12 to August 27 

ONE SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ONLY DURING THE WINTER FESTIVAL – 10.00AM

Three Sunday family worship Services: 10.00am to 11.10am

Service includes special music from our guests and refreshments

11.30am: Concert from our guests

12.00 noon:  Soup and Rolls brunch

Plus

Three Monday evening seminars – 7.30pm to 9.00pm – Centennial Hall

Open to all – Admission by Koha

Theme: The future – Admission by Koha

What Kind of Future do I want for New Zealand (or world), and what first steps must be taken to achieve this”.

Sunday, August 12: Preacher James J. George. Author of just published book –
‘Paradise – Escaping the Terror of History’

Music: The Sensational Six – a multi-generational family of musicians – Awesome!

Monday August 13 –7.30 to 9.00pm Public Forum – Centennial Hall

All Welcome – entrance by Koha

James J.George. Author of ‘Paradise – Escaping the Terror of History’ and Middle East specialist – James formerly lectured to us in the ‘What the Hell is Happening in the Middle East? His topic: “The kind of World I would like to see and first steps to achieving it”. 

Sunday August 19: Inspiration from Julie King – Founder of ‘Love Soup’

Music: Vladimir Shilov – Beautiful Music in the modern style

Monday 20th  7.30 to 9.00pm Public Forum – Centennial Hall

All Welcome – entrance by Koha

Alan Davidson – social policy analyst and media specialist for The Salvation Army’s Social Policy & Parliamentary Unit.  Topic: What kind of New Zealand would I like to see and first steps on achieving it.

Sunday August 26: Preacher Paul Williams – Specialist Counsellor for troubled youth and Chairman of the Glenn Innis Budgeting Service.

Music: Trad Asian Instruments meets Modern Jazz – Kino and Mina

Monday 27th  7.30 to 9.00pm Public Forum – Centennial Hall

All Welcome – entrance by Koha

Paul Williams – Mary Goldfinch, Dr Felicity Williamson – What kind of New Zealand do we want for youth and first steps in achieving it.

 

 

 

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