Kapi-Mana News : July 19th 2011
34 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JULY 19, 2011 NEWS A base retainer of up to $40,000!! Few professions offer the same opportunity as real estate sales. Real Estate? www.dwre.co.nz Eight convEniEntly locatEd officEs: tawa office ' 232-9955 • Porirua office ' 237-6655 • Whitby office ' 234-8866 Paremata office ' 233-9955 • Kapiti office ' (04) 297-2019 • Waikanaeoffice ' (04) 293-5930 otaki office ' (06) 364-7720 • levin office ' (06) 367-9333 Time: 7.30 - 8.30pm Call or email now To seCure your seaT (bookings essenTial). where & when: Professionals Porirua office 3 Lydney Place North, Porirua on Tuesday 26Th july Call Sandra on 237 6655 or email email@example.com Professionals KaPiTi office Kapiti Lights Shop 15, State Highway 1, Paraparaumu on Wednesday 27Th july Call Debra on (04) 297 2019 or email firstname.lastname@example.org OR Do you have what it takes for To fnd out more, come along to our FREE INFORMATION EVENING iT could be The mosT reWarding hour you ever sPend! Real Estate MREINZ TOMMY'S PROFILE ON PUKERUA BAY Presenting Open Homes Sunday 24 July 2011 12-12.40pm 12 Pukerua Beach Road 14 Pukerua Beach Road 6B Rawhiti Road 47 Haunui Road 31 Haunui Road 3 Te Kura Road 15 Elizabeth Street (Prices ranging from $395,000 to $595,000) We look forward to showing all Pukerua Bay has to offer you! 3895871 233 0690 Children still stay the focus of church ' Almost every year, the church has conducted a children's programme in the winter school holidays, often in conjunction with the other churches in Titahi Bay, with whom the Community Church has enjoyed warm co-operation over many years. ' Titahi Bay Community Church celebrates its 50th jubilee later this month, with more than 200 current and former members expected to come together. The event, to be held from July 29 to 31, will see people coming to the Bay from all over New Zealand and even Aust- ralia, says jubilee committee chairwoman Barb Gillon. We are really encouraged with the response.'' The weekend will open with an opportunity to mingle and reminisce on Friday, before a formal dinner on Saturday even- ing and a special church service at the church the following morning. Formerly Titahi Bay Gospel Chapel, the church has been a fixture on Mana Ave since 1964, having begun its life in Tireti Hall three years earlier. The present distinctive, off- centre, A-frame building was built in 1971 to replace the older building that had once been a Porirua bottle store. The earliest church activities were a large Sunday school and a vigorous youth group, from which the church emerged and took its identity. An involvement with children has characterised the congregation through the years, and there are many young children among their numbers to this day, Ms Gillon says. Almost every year, the church has conducted a children's programme in the winter school holidays, often in conjunction with the other churches in Titahi Bay, with whom the Community Church has enjoyed warm co-operation over many years.'' As well as children's events, the church is also involved with the community in other ways. Once a week, a couple of its members conduct a time of spiritual reflection with clients of the Whitford Brown sheltered workshop which is next door to the church, and once a month a small group conducts the chapel service at Kenepuru Hospital. Also monthly, another group hosts a service at Arohata Prison, and another goes to the Johnsonvale home for the eld- erly in Johnsonville. A couple of years ago, members of the church rebuilt the Whitford Brown kitchen. The church has a strong musi- cal tradition, having produced or encouraged several local musicians and composers. Both Felicia Edgecombe and Rosemary Russell, leaders of Wellington choirs, are members, and so was Tawa College musician Glenys Chiaroni, until her death some years ago. Jillian Bray has been a mem- ber, and so has Dr Guy Jansen. The church loves to sing in dif- ferent styles, and expects to do so over the jubilee weekend. It has also produced two CDs in recent years, and appeared once as the total programme for TVNZ's Praise Be programme on Sunday morning.
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