Trinity-at-Waiake Methodist Church

Community Organisation

Trinity-at-Waiake Methodist Church
864 Beach Road
Waiake
Auckland 0630
14 days ago

The Seasons - A Discussion

David Bell from Trinity-at-Waiake Methodist Church

We are having an open meeting to begin term 4 art class, at Trinity-at-Waiake. It's about how the seasons come into art, literature, and music. And, life generally. Feel welcome...Weds 16 October 09:30 for about 90 mins.

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33 days ago

Meet the Candidates

David Bell from Trinity-at-Waiake Methodist Church

Candidates for the East Coast Bays Subdivision of the Hibiscus & Bays Local Board have been invited to Trinity-at-Waiake Methodist Church on Monday 23 September from 6.30pm.

They will speak for 5 minutes each from 7pm and, if time allows, will answer questions.
Please feel welcome to come … View more
Candidates for the East Coast Bays Subdivision of the Hibiscus & Bays Local Board have been invited to Trinity-at-Waiake Methodist Church on Monday 23 September from 6.30pm.

They will speak for 5 minutes each from 7pm and, if time allows, will answer questions.
Please feel welcome to come along.

To quote the NZ Herald "How do you choose? Go to a candidates debate or
meeting. Nothing beats being able to size up the quality of a person and their views face to face."

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131 days ago

Street people artists from around the world

David Bell from Trinity-at-Waiake Methodist Church

Living in our wonderfully diverse city of Auckland takes us beyond our own particular suburbs, but an exhibition of homeless/street artists from places as diverse as London, Paris, Dar es Salaam, New York, Mumbai and Sydney does it even more. The Merge Cafe in K Rd has an exhibition of art from … View moreLiving in our wonderfully diverse city of Auckland takes us beyond our own particular suburbs, but an exhibition of homeless/street artists from places as diverse as London, Paris, Dar es Salaam, New York, Mumbai and Sydney does it even more. The Merge Cafe in K Rd has an exhibition of art from these places, but also a fantastic new mural showing the connection of the Mangere Community gardening project to the spirituality of our Tamaki Makaurau.

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335 days ago

Art/music/theology in sync

David Bell from Trinity-at-Waiake Methodist Church

Here's the video - it brings internationally acclaimed hymn writer Colin Gibson into the Waiake community with David Bell. Prue Bell (not a relative) piano and Lyndie Leviston (Sec national flute players association Australia) in this little video about church and community youtu.be...

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