Transform Youth - Anglican Life Rangiora
This is the official group for the Rangiora Anglican Church youth group!
Transform Youth meets every Sunday from 6-8pm during term time. We have heaps of fun, play games, run challenges, worship, talk about God and just generally have an awesome time!
Anyone in school years 7-13 is welcome to come along and see what we're about. So what are you waiting for! We'll see you on Sunday! #justdoit #transformyouth
Transform Youth - Sunday 6-8pm (anyone welcome)
Youth Small Group- Friday 7-9pm (invitation only)
For more information contact Sam on 0275898338 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Not sure how I feel about this 😂😂 (6 days ago)Sam Pearce:
This video made me quite sad and I don’t know how I feel about doing fitness anymore. (5 days ago)Rachel Williamson:
I feel guilty , I can't stop laughing👀 (5 days ago)
Tonight is our last night of youth group for the term and we'll be running a games night and we'll be playing BUNCO which we played last year. It's super fun and you get to eat heaps of yummy food!
Hope to see you all there at 6pm!
Also it's the last day to register for Deeper Camp! We'd love to have you with us so go register if you're keen!
Hey friends! 6pm for youth group tonight! Missed you all at bowling last week so I'm looking forward to hanging out. It's gonna be a pretty chill night as I know a bunch of us have had exams. See you all soon! :)
Heyy! if anyone has cool/funny/nice photos that they want printed for the youth pinboard, send them to email@example.com. I've got a few goodies already ;)
6 (2 months ago)Sam Pearce:
Thanks (2 months ago)Ethan Drake:
(1 month ago)Hannah Redman:
Everybody has been so helpful 😑 (1 month ago)
You're invited! (if you're a male)
going 1 (1 month ago)
You have til 29th to register for Deeper Camp! I want to see you all there, it's gonna be the best time! :)
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Here is my advice to parishioners for next Saturday.
New Zealand will decide who will govern the country for the next three years. As a political creature, I love an election campaign and this one is no exception. As Christians Romans 13 teaches that the governing authorities are accountable to God and we are to submit to their authority. How then should we vote? Organisations like Family First NZ have produced a very helpful guide to where the parties and candidates sit on moral issues of concern to Christians. I encourage Christians to vote according to their values, but when I say that I mean all of your values, not just on a single issue like euthanasia or abortion. The big picture of the Old Testament reveals that when it comes to a nation, God is equally concerned about justice (horizontal relationships) and righteousness (the vertical relationship). This means that I should be concerned about both moral issues and economic justice. Most moral issues come to parliament as private members bills with a conscience vote and are thus not greatly influenced by which party is in government.
In most of our elections the economic issues outweigh the moral issues and, in my opinion, this one is no exception. When considering who to give my party vote to, I consider character and competence but give most weight to policies that can help all New Zealanders to thrive.
Please vote and may you do so wisely.