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This Sunday 13 September we will be having our service at the GYM at Aotea College. We are able to park in the main carpark, but the entrance we will be using will be to the right of the main entrance. If in doubt, our welcome team will be there to help!

Much the same as the previous Sundays under alert level 2, we will have a few restrictions in place:

  1. The meeting itself will only be 1 hour long
  2. Because gatherings are restricted to 100 people, we will use the teachers staff room (where we have our usual after-service hospitality) as a separate overflow room for those who arrive after we reach 100 people in the gym. The staff room has its own entrance/exit, toilets, and the service will be live-streamed straight to the room.
  3. The children (of those in the gym area) will need to be signed in as they arrive, as they will have their own kids church in the 'little gym' for the duration of the service. We ask that all young families ensure that you get to the school well before the start time so that we can guarantee your kids will be able to participate in the kids ministry.
  4. There will be sign-in forms and hand sanitiser for all, as you come through the doors into the foyer. There will also be a separate sign-in sheet for those in the overflow room.

This format for our service follows government guidelines and regulations for 'Religious Communities under Alert Level 2' which you can read by clicking here.

Just like in alert level 1, please stay home if you or your children are unwell. The service will be recorded for all those who cannot attend, or who simply feel more secure a home. It will be posted on our Facebook Page and YouTube channel.
Our Kapiti site is meeting this Sunday as well, at Ekklesia Hall in Lindale Village at 10.30am. They will also be following the government level 2 guidelines, and will have a sign-in register at the door. If you have any questions, contact Nat at


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