Celebrate Messiah NZ Simcha

AUCKLAND

Simcha is a Hebrew word meaning JOY, and there’s no missing the fact that it’s something God has in mind for His children! SIMCHA 2017 is a joy-filled gathering of believers in Yeshua (Jesus) who enjoy worship and teaching from a Jewish perspective… which is certainly relevant considering the Jewish roots of our Scriptures, our Saviour, and our Salvation (John 4:22).

Join us at Celebrate Messiah NZ for SIMCHA 2017
as we consider this year’s theme…

Lessons from the Prophet Daniel

 Cosmically apocalyptic. Wildly political. Dangerously prophetic.

Regardless of your attitude toward the writings of the Prophet Daniel, there is no denying the profound impact they have made over the centuries.

 

Messages include:

Triumphant Living in Difficult Circumstances (Daniel 1)

Living an Authentic Life of Faith in a Rapidly Changing World (Daniel 9:1-27)

The Hope of Messiah’s Return (Daniel 7)

 

 

Our speakers this year are from our own CMNZ team:

 

We also welcome back Teresa Thomas,
our newest CMNZ team member,
dedicated wife and mum,
and profoundly gifted musician/singer/songwriter
whose love for the Messiah is uniquely expressed in her music.

Teresa Thomas

SIMCHA IS FREE! Pre-registration is not required.
An offering will be received during the event.
Thank you for any support you can provide.

 


 

Details for the Auckland conference:

Saturday, 25 November 2017

Registration at the door: 9:30 AM

Main Session: 10 AM – 3:45 PM

Concert of Prayer: 4 PM – 5 PM

Potluck Lunch (If you are able, please bring a plate of finger food to share.)

Greenlane Christian Centre, 17 Marewa Rd, Greenlane, Auckland
(We will meet in the cafe.)

 


 

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