The Mark Drama
TSCF is excited to bring The Mark Drama back to the Bay of Plenty and Waikato! You are warmly invited to come and see The Mark Drama – a fast-paced performance of the revolutionary life of Jesus – as written by Mark in his first-century account, acted by students and young adults – six performances across these two regions
“So good. Action-packed. Great, great acting.”
“Awesome – fun but powerful. Very touching.”
This was just some of the feedback from previous Mark Drama performances. You’ll be drawn into a riveting plotline and thrown the challenge of working out what you make of Jesus.
This is a FREE event, suitable for ages from 8 to 108! For inquirers, sceptics, seekers, people of any faith or no faith. All are welcome. Refreshments provided after each 90-minute performance (apart from UoW Hamilton performance on 15th August).
Three performances in Tauranga:
Saturday 30th July, 7pm – Lifezone Church, 7 Oak Tree Lane, Judea
Sunday 31st July, 6pm – C3 City Church, 252 Otumoetai Road, Otumoetai
Monday 1st August, 6.15pm – University of Waikato, Durham Street, Tauranga CBD – Te Manawaroa, Room 1.07
Three performances in the Waikato
Saturday 13th August, 7pm – Agora Church, 13b Kent Street, Frankton, Hamilton
Sunday 14th August, 7pm – Te Awamutu Bible Chapel, 110 Chapel Drive, Te Awamutu
Monday 15th August, 7.30pm – University of Waikato, Hamilton campus – Performing Arts Centre, Playhouse theatre
Brought to you by TSCF in partnership with local churches & mission movements
For more info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Summit22: Made for Mission
Summit took place in Queenstown in June. We met together to be better equipped to reach students across NZ for Christ. We looked at 1 Peter we’ll see that we have been Made for Mission by God.
Check out the Summit22 page for all the videos..
…is an online initiative bringing together tertiary students from across NZ, and helping to grow their awareness of Global Reach opportunities in their backyard and abroad. By participating, you’ll gain an understanding of mission theology and the skills needed for effective cross-cultural engagement. You’ll look for opportunities to practically implement your learning by forming gospel-centred relationships on your campus with students from different cultural and religious backgrounds. Leaders of key NZ mission agencies will offer input and training, sharing their wealth of knowledge and experience with you. You’ll learn to see opportunities and consider possibilities for future cross-cultural work in Aotearoa and around the world.
What does this look like?
- 7 evening sessions online with training and group encouragement
- 6 mini challenges to help create missional opportunities while growing friendships with students from another cultural background
- Be an advocate for Global Reach in your TSCF community
- 1:1 encouragement and reflection with a TSCF staff member
- Certificate of participation for completion of the year programme
If you’re interested in hearing more, speak to your regional team leader for more information, or get in touch with Global Reach Coordinator Kim Shaw at email@example.com.