East City Salvation Army

East City Salvation Army

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When's the next men's breakfast??
CAR BOOT SALE THIS SATURDAY 08 AUGUST 2020.
Indoor or outdoor depending on weather. Starts at 8am goes until 12pm.
Run by Rosemarie Davies (pictured.)
7.30 on a Saturday morning is kind of a crappy time to start playing loud, thumping music OUTSIDE... I know you’re having a garage sale, but its 7.30am... on a SATURDAY. Show your neighbours a little bit of respect.
Happy Birthday Shelagh its been great seeing you in Nz again.
Lovely meeting your friends here at West Auckland .its been fun.
Frances they will have a car wash tomoro at church, I'm going
Introducing East City's new Corps Officers, Major Joanne Wardle and Captain Ross Wardle! A great photo taken yesterday at the top of Mt Kaukau in Wellington. Welcome Sunday for Ross and Jo is January 28th. Please pray for our new officers as they prepare to come and take up leadership for this next exciting season!
Such a special time at East city on Wednesday evenings refresh the mind ,find a quiet place in silence with God.
Thank you Sharon for providing me with this opportunity after a busy trip away such a blessing to all you wish to seek and you will find.
Looking forward to seeing you all this coming Sunday!!!
Little cute rabbit has visit us this morning at Kids church. "God created all animals" lesson. Wow to God!
A great team at East City🤗
Tomorrow we welcome guest speaker Andrew Wood of Howick Counselling Services. Andrew is a special friend of East City and is known to many of us for his listening and wisdom. As our brother in Christ we look forward to him preaching tomorrow on the topic of "Rafting the Rapids" - Lessons from Jesus' Life. See you tomorrow!

Our mission: To help people find and follow Jesus and change the world we live in

Operating as usual

31/07/2021
There Is A Fountian With Lyrics By Selah 30/07/2021

There Is A Fountian With Lyrics By Selah

"But if we are living in the light, as God is in the light, then we have fellowship with each other, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, cleanses us from all sin." 1 John 1:7 (NLT).

There Is A Fountian With Lyrics By Selah There is A Fountain by Selah There is a fountain filled with bloodDrawn from Immanuel's veinsAnd sinners plunged beneath that floodLose all their guilty sta...

Photos from East City Salvation Army's post 30/07/2021

There are a number of individuals and businesses that support our Food Bank and today we recieved this awesome donation from the Bunnings Store in Botany. Thanks so much guys ! We really appreciate it!!

CityAlight - Yet Not I But Through Christ In Me (Live) 25/07/2021

CityAlight - Yet Not I But Through Christ In Me (Live)

May God continue to bless and encourage the East City Corps Family.

CityAlight - Yet Not I But Through Christ In Me (Live) "Yet Not I But Through Christ In Me" recorded live at St Paul's Castle Hill.Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2T15n2JApple Music: https://apple.co/2PRW8mLWords and m...

02/06/2021

Our next Car Boot sale will be held SATURDAY 12th JUNE at East City Corps- rain or shine!

Corner of Wellington and Waterloo Streets, Howick.

Hope to see you there!

Our next Car Boot sale will be held SATURDAY 12th JUNE at East City Corps- rain or shine!

Corner of Wellington and Waterloo Streets, Howick.

Hope to see you there!

Photos from East City Salvation Army's post 22/05/2021

Kia ora koutou, Hey everyone!

Tomorrow (Sunday 23 May) we welcome Kylie Tong as guest speaker for our service (10am). Kylie is Territorial Candidates Secretary for The Salvation Army and tomorrow is Candidates Sunday.

It is also Pentecost Sunday which we want to celebrate with it's own service so we'll be doing that on Sunday 30 May.

God bless you.

19/05/2021

#awtozer

10 Minute Bible Devotion for Radio Samoa (27 June 2020) Viia le Atua! 14/05/2021

10 Minute Bible Devotion for Radio Samoa (27 June 2020) Viia le Atua!

Kia ora koutou, Talofa lava, Hey everyone!

It’s good to get together and encourage each other as we worship God and celebrate our life in Jesus Christ.
Tomorrow morning Ronji Tanielu is our guest speaker, Check him out phoning in a Bible devotion for Radio Samoa below.
Blessings.

Sunday Service: 10am at East City Salvation Army, Corner Wellington and Waterloo Streets, Howick.

10 Minute Bible Devotion for Radio Samoa (27 June 2020) Viia le Atua! Really blessed to do this short Bible devotion from Genesis 3 and 4 for the Koko Samoa Youth Show on Radio Samoa (1593AM) in New Zealand. Don't like public s...

Be Strong | A Devotional by Melissa Talbot 14/05/2021

Be Strong | A Devotional by Melissa Talbot

Be Strong | A Devotional by Melissa Talbot Hopelessness. Its flag has been flying at full mast for some time, whipped to and fro by life’s merciless winds. Many believe that God has ceased to care, left the building, stepped off his throne. Has our Sovereign Lord self-isolated?

08/05/2021
29/04/2021

Our next Car Boot sale will be held SATURDAY 8th May at East City- rain or shine!

Hope to see you there!

Our next Car Boot sale will be held SATURDAY 8th May at East City- rain or shine!

Hope to see you there!

24/04/2021

Kia ora koutou East City

As we look forward to worship and fellowship tomorrow morning just as reminder that our service will be a little shorter so that those who would like to get to the Howick Civic Service can be there before it's start time of 11:00am.

Nga mihi nui.

'This Anzac Day, we mark the centenary of the landing of New Zealand and Australian soldiers—the ANZACS—on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. At least 44,000 allied soldiers were killed, among them 2721 New Zealanders and 8709 Australians.

Nowadays, it’s also common to hear about the 87,000 Turks who died at Gallipoli. Colonel Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Turkish commander of the battle, became the first President of Turkey. Every Anzac Day, his message of reconciliation is read at the Atatürk Memorial in Wellington. It includes the lines: ‘There is no difference between the Johnnies and the Mehmets to us where they lie side by side in this country of ours. You, the mothers who sent their sons from far away countries wipe away your tears, your sons are now lying in our bosoms and are in peace. After having lost their lives on this land they become our sons as well.’

His words echo thoughts in Harold Hill’s article ‘Comrades in Arms’. During World War I, the New Zealand War Cry reminded its readers that we are all members of the same human race.

Harold writes about the anti-German hysteria in New Zealand during WWI. This hysteria touched my own family. My paternal great-grandfather emigrated from the border region of Schleswig–Holstein in southern Denmark in 1914, an area constantly under dispute between Denmark and Germany. He was conscripted into the German Army, but did not want to fight for Germany and headed overseas, settling near Palmerston North. When war broke out, my great-grandfather was interned on Somes Island in case he was a possible German spy.

As theologian John Stott once observed: ‘We must admire the loyalty, self-sacrifice and courage of the serving soldier’, but at the same time we ‘must not glamorise or glorify war in itself, however just we perceive its cause to be’. As we remember the terrible human cost of war, let this serve to increase our commitment to global peace-making.'

Major Christina Tyson
Editor, War Cry
2015

Kia ora koutou East City

As we look forward to worship and fellowship tomorrow morning just as reminder that our service will be a little shorter so that those who would like to get to the Howick Civic Service can be there before it's start time of 11:00am.

Nga mihi nui.

'This Anzac Day, we mark the centenary of the landing of New Zealand and Australian soldiers—the ANZACS—on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. At least 44,000 allied soldiers were killed, among them 2721 New Zealanders and 8709 Australians.

Nowadays, it’s also common to hear about the 87,000 Turks who died at Gallipoli. Colonel Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Turkish commander of the battle, became the first President of Turkey. Every Anzac Day, his message of reconciliation is read at the Atatürk Memorial in Wellington. It includes the lines: ‘There is no difference between the Johnnies and the Mehmets to us where they lie side by side in this country of ours. You, the mothers who sent their sons from far away countries wipe away your tears, your sons are now lying in our bosoms and are in peace. After having lost their lives on this land they become our sons as well.’

His words echo thoughts in Harold Hill’s article ‘Comrades in Arms’. During World War I, the New Zealand War Cry reminded its readers that we are all members of the same human race.

Harold writes about the anti-German hysteria in New Zealand during WWI. This hysteria touched my own family. My paternal great-grandfather emigrated from the border region of Schleswig–Holstein in southern Denmark in 1914, an area constantly under dispute between Denmark and Germany. He was conscripted into the German Army, but did not want to fight for Germany and headed overseas, settling near Palmerston North. When war broke out, my great-grandfather was interned on Somes Island in case he was a possible German spy.

As theologian John Stott once observed: ‘We must admire the loyalty, self-sacrifice and courage of the serving soldier’, but at the same time we ‘must not glamorise or glorify war in itself, however just we perceive its cause to be’. As we remember the terrible human cost of war, let this serve to increase our commitment to global peace-making.'

Major Christina Tyson
Editor, War Cry
2015

20/04/2021
17/04/2021

Kia ora koutou, Greetings everyone.
We are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow at 10:00am, 37 Wellington Street, Howick.
It’s good to get together and encourage each other as we worship God and celebrate our life in Jesus Christ.
This week Joanne will be leading the meeting, John is testifying and Ross will bring the Bible Message.
Kia manaaki ai Atua koutou, God bless you.

Kia ora koutou, Greetings everyone.
We are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow at 10:00am, 37 Wellington Street, Howick.
It’s good to get together and encourage each other as we worship God and celebrate our life in Jesus Christ.
This week Joanne will be leading the meeting, John is testifying and Ross will bring the Bible Message.
Kia manaaki ai Atua koutou, God bless you.

The Power of Consistency | A Devotionl by Charles Stanley 12/04/2021

The Power of Consistency | A Devotionl by Charles Stanley

The Power of Consistency | A Devotionl by Charles Stanley At the first sign of conflict, some Christians hop to another church instead of working through difficulties with their local body of believers. And when it comes to our personal walk of faith, many of us struggle to maintain a consistent quiet time with the Lord.

[04/07/21]   To each and every FX attendee: For reasons completely out of our control, next week Friday's event (16 April) has been cancelled...but don't be disappointed for too long, because the next FX is already in planning and confirmed for 25 June..We are looking forward to an awesome evening with you all..If you need any further info, please feel free to contact me on our FX number as stipulated in the ad..We look forward to seeing you all then..Tania (and the totally awesome FX volunteer team)

God’s Beauty All Around Us | A Devotional by Bradley Stubbs 07/04/2021

God’s Beauty All Around Us | A Devotional by Bradley Stubbs

God’s Beauty All Around Us | A Devotional by Bradley Stubbs God’s presence is all around us. God earnestly wants to help us and guide us. His plan is to prosper us and give us hope and a future.

06/04/2021
05/04/2021
Photos from East City Salvation Army's post 05/04/2021

Easter Camp: Sunday.
The last full day at camp, full of fun, laughter at kitchen duty, a beautiful reflective space.... and so much more!

Photos from East City Salvation Army's post 03/04/2021

Easter Camp: Saturday
Another exciting day, with heaps to do, plenty of worship- and lots of bonding as a youth group. Thank you, Jesus!

03/04/2021
03/04/2021
Photos from East City Salvation Army's post 02/04/2021

Easter Camp: Friday
Fantastic first day, with so much happening!!! Weather is stunning, campers are all having a great time!

[04/01/21]   Hi Corps Family, just a reminder that there is no Good Friday service here. Our next service is on Easter Sunday, 4 April. Blessings.

26/03/2021

Hosanna!!!
It’s good to get together and encourage each other as we worship God and celebrate our life in Jesus Christ.
This week Ross will be leading the meeting and Harold will bring the Bible Message.
Blessings.

Hosanna!!!
It’s good to get together and encourage each other as we worship God and celebrate our life in Jesus Christ.
This week Ross will be leading the meeting and Harold will bring the Bible Message.
Blessings.

19/03/2021

Kia ora koutou, Greetings everyone.

We are looking forward to seeing you on Sunday (21st March) at 10:00am, 37 Wellington Street, Howick.

It’s good to get together and encourage each other as we worship God and celebrate our life in Jesus Christ.

This week Tania will be leading the meeting and Ernie will bring the Bible Message.

Kia manaaki ai Atua koutou, God bless you.

Kia ora koutou, Greetings everyone.

We are looking forward to seeing you on Sunday (21st March) at 10:00am, 37 Wellington Street, Howick.

It’s good to get together and encourage each other as we worship God and celebrate our life in Jesus Christ.

This week Tania will be leading the meeting and Ernie will bring the Bible Message.

Kia manaaki ai Atua koutou, God bless you.

13/03/2021

"Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see." Hebrews 11:1.

Nau mai, haere mai - Welcome.

East City Corps Worship Service, Sunday 14 March @ 10am @ Corner Wellington and Waterloo Streets, Howick.

"Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see." Hebrews 11:1.

Nau mai, haere mai - Welcome.

East City Corps Worship Service, Sunday 14 March @ 10am @ Corner Wellington and Waterloo Streets, Howick.

Trust God in Troubling Times | by Charles Stanley 13/03/2021

Trust God in Troubling Times | by Charles Stanley

Trust God in Troubling Times | by Charles Stanley e key to courageously facing the future is confidence in the Lord. He’s your shelter, strength, and help in trouble

[03/09/21]   With level 2 restrictions still current we will not be holding our monthly car boot sale on Saturday 13 March.

Our next car boot sale will be held on Saturday 10 April.

Our Calling in Troubled Times | Daily Devotionals by Thoughts about God 06/03/2021

Our Calling in Troubled Times | Daily Devotionals by Thoughts about God

Our Calling in Troubled Times | Daily Devotionals by Thoughts about God God doesn’t want us to retreat from the world and focus on ourselves in times of crisis or instability. This is our opportunity to give hope to others through the message of salvation in Jesus Christ

05/03/2021

Kia ora East City Corps family,

Auckland changes to level 2 at 6:00am on Sunday so we will hold our Sunday worship service in the auditorium on Sunday at 10:00am.

We will be hosting Captain Hana Seddon who is Hekeretari Ā Wehenga Raki Manatū Māori or Divisional Secretary for Northern Division Māori Ministry. Hana will be preaching and sharing about the work of The Salvation Army’s Māori Ministry.

We will have the normal level 2 protocols:
Sign in - App or manually
Physical distancing
No morning tea

God bless you. See you on Sunday.

Kia ora East City Corps family,

Auckland changes to level 2 at 6:00am on Sunday so we will hold our Sunday worship service in the auditorium on Sunday at 10:00am.

We will be hosting Captain Hana Seddon who is Hekeretari Ā Wehenga Raki Manatū Māori or Divisional Secretary for Northern Division Māori Ministry. Hana will be preaching and sharing about the work of The Salvation Army’s Māori Ministry.

We will have the normal level 2 protocols:
Sign in - App or manually
Physical distancing
No morning tea

God bless you. See you on Sunday.

5 Ways to Maintain Your Well-Being During a Crisis Featuring Dr. Henry Cloud 02/03/2021

5 Ways to Maintain Your Well-Being During a Crisis Featuring Dr. Henry Cloud

Christian Author, Psychologist and Leadership Consultant Dr. Henry Cloud shares “5 Ways to Maintain Your Well-Being During a Crisis” as we search for Peace In Uncertain Times.

5 Ways to Maintain Your Well-Being During a Crisis Featuring Dr. Henry Cloud [Special Series] Psychologist and Leadership Consultant Dr. Henry Cloud shares “5 Ways to Maintain Your Well-Being During a Crisis” as we search for Peace In...

Devotional: The Position of Hope by Sylvia Gunter 28/02/2021

Devotional: The Position of Hope by Sylvia Gunter

Devotional: The Position of Hope by Sylvia Gunter God of hope is the essence of your Father. It is who He is, and you are in Him (Romans 15:13).

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37-45 Wellington Street
Howick
2014

Opening Hours

Wednesday 10:30am - 2pm
Thursday 10:30am - 2pm
Friday 10:30am - 2pm
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