MINISTRIES KNLC SUPPORTS
Lucky & Hayley Te Koha
We recently setup Mana Mentoring Youth & Community Trust so we can do and help exactly that... the youth and the community of Paeroa. We guide them in a healthy, positive way to help reach their full potential - and is based on Body, Mind, Spirit, Community, Life Skills inclusive of job focus, job specific training and direction as well as work experience.
Daz & Bree Chettle
Daz is Freedom316. Although there are others who support him in this ministry - most significantly his wife Bree - Freedom316 is primarily a vehicle to allow Daz to utilise his God given passion and gifts. Daz is a full on guy. He doesn't have an off switch and he is shamelessly and passionately in love with Jesus.
For the last 5 years Nicki has served in Kaikoura as a Backpacker Pastor for YWAM. In that time KNLC has been blessed to host many YWAM teams as well as take part in the various events Nicki organised. Nicki has no waccepted a new position with Celebrate Messiah with a focus on reaching out to Israeli's which is the passion of her heart. She have moved to Punakaiki to take over management of their new ministry base.
Bernie & Algar
Since 2002 as a church we have been supporting Bernedette in the work she has been doinig at ground level in Pakistan. Over the years we have been able to see amazing fruit of at times very hard work in the areas that are not easy going. Keep an eye on the Cafe notice board at Church for monthly newsletters from Bernie & Algar.
Being Blessed Basket
We know that as a Church we are called to serve the Kaikoura community in whatever way we can, one of those ways is by helping families and individuals in our community who find themselves in need of food due to circumstances that have arisen and are beyond their control. We work closely with other organisations in the Kaikōura community who have a similar vision.
How can I help with the food bank?
In the main foyer of Church there is a large basket in which you can donate non-perishable items such as pasta, canned food, cereals and baking goods etc...
If you have goods that can be freezed such as meat, bread, packet vegetables please contact Fiona Carr who will be able to place these in the Church freezer.
Monetary donations are also accepted, this helps with buying fresh fruit and vegetables, milk, butter etc... when making up food hampers.