Painting of Christ on the Cross,  by Joanna, now at the front of our church

Painting of Christ on the Cross, by Joanna, now at the front of our church

We aim to be friendly and welcoming, we do real.

Our Sunday services start at 10am.

As well as the Wednesday evening of virtual visits to the Land of the Bible. A Tuesday daytime session will be starting on 14th April. Lots of videos and photos with commentary by Tim Bulkeley.

Find out more about us from the links above…


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  1. Stephanie
    Stephanie at · Reply


    Just a quick email to let you know that there are still rooms available at Taurima Hostel for 2014, and to ask you to pass this information on to anyone in your congregation who might be studying in Hamilton and is still looking for accommodation.

    Taurima is a great place to live. It is a small Christian hostel, with only 54 residents. ‘Taurima’ means place of shelter, and there is a warm community atmosphere here. The average age of our residents is 18, and most are away from home for the first time, so everyone is in ‘much the same boat’. We sit down together for lunch and dinner – which helps with getting to know each other, and gives a feeling of family.

    We are just a few minutes’ walk from the University of Waikato, and even closer to bus connections to Wintec.

    Briefly, we offer full board in your own room with meals seven days a week. Fees for 2014 are $260 per week.

    If you, or someone you know, is interested in coming to live at Taurima, most of the information required is on our website:, or you could phone us on 07 856 3462.

    We would love to hear from you!

    Kind regards
    Mark and Stephanie Jenkins

    07 856 3462

  2. Paul P. Saha
    Paul P. Saha at · Reply

    Our Position :

    Political elites grab church property in Bangladesh

    Christians in Bangladesh are claiming that they were illegally evicted from their property by another organizations claims of ownership. The Church was home to over 30 Christian families who wouldotherwise be living in slums. The Christian community and other human rights activists made a human chain around the property in protest. What the outcome of this situation will be is still unclear.

    Our Urgent Prayer Request :

    We ask for prayer so that these extreme poor 30 Christian families can be saved from illegal eviction, so that they can win legal rights on that land despite of their huge poverty, miseries, political oppression, threats, plots and severe discrimination.Please pray that the Church and community people have adequate support from God to alleviate their miseries and poverty as well

    Look forward to hear from you

    Greetings in the Name of our Savior, Christ

    Paul P. Saha
    Baptist Mission Road
    Email :
    Mobile : 0088-01731588298

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