North Shore

WE ARE A BUNCH OF PEOPLE IN AUCKLAND, CONVINCED WE’RE NOT PERFECT, CAPTIVATED BY THE HISTORICAL JESUS, EXCITED ABOUT THE FUTURE HE OFFERS, AND EAGER TO AUTHENTICALLY SHARE THIS HOPE.

If you would like to investigate the claims of Jesus then we would love for you to attend a course called Explaining Christianity. It’s a simple, clear, 4 week course that assumes nothing and lets you ask anything!

Church Service

10.15am
Albany Tennis Park
321 Oteha Valley Road
Albany

Before you come

If you have any cold or flu symptoms we’d ask you to remain at home where you can still access a livestream of the service at live.aucklandev.co.nz

You are encouraged, but not required, to wear a mask while at Red at our North campus. All volunteers will be wearing masks, except for those on stage, while on stage.

Check the weather forecast and bring an umbrella and wear appropriate clothing to block wind and walk over grass.

If you have a particular access need we’d love to hear how we can provide the best experience coming along. Please email [email protected]

Ev Preschool Kids (ages 1-5)

321 Oteha Valley Road | From 10:30am – 12pm

When you arrive at church, you can sign in and drop your preschoolers off before the service or after the Kids Talk when the primary kids head out. Please ensure you sign in your kids at the Welcome Table when you arrive so our leaders know how many kids are coming along to kids church. 

Due to COVID regulations we’d ask you to prepare and please:

  • Wear a mask when dropping off preschoolers and picking them up again.
  • Pack a water bottle and enough morning tea for your child to last until 12pm. We are cautious to not be handling and sharing food, including water bottles.
  • Set your mobile phone to vibrate (not ring) and have it in vision during the service should you need to be contacted by the Kids team during the service.
  • We will call you immediately if your child is distressed, needs a nappy change, or just needs you!

After the service (by 12pm), please come to the preschool room and sign out your child(ren) and then you can return to chatting.

     For further questions, please contact Christine Knobbs (022 400 8145). We’d love to ensure you are comfortable and confident dropping your children off.

     

    Ev Primary Kids (school years 1-5)

    321 Oteha Valley Road | From 10:30am – 12pm

    When you arrive at church, primary kids will stay with you as you enter to sit down. Please ensure you sign in your kids at the Welcome Table so our leaders know how many kids are coming along to kids church.

    After the kids talk, your child(ren) will out with their kids leaders for kids church. If it’s your child(ren)’s first time at Primary Kids, feel free to walk with them to the kids room and say goodbye there. 

    At the end of the church service, at around 12pm your kids will return to you with their leaders, or you can pick them up when you pick up your preschoolers. Note: Please prioritise picking up preschoolers first.

    Due to COVID regulations, we’d ask you to prepare and please:

    • Pack enough morning tea for until 12pm and a water bottle for your kids.
    • If your kids are a bit shyer, please reassure them so they can go with their leaders with confidence when they leave you.

      For further questions, or if you need to collect your children early, please contact Christine Knobbs (022 400 8145). We’d love to ensure you are comfortable and confident sending your children to Ev Kids.

      Join Us On Sundays

      Weekend services at Auckland Ev are all about Jesus. Whether through singing, giving or the message, we want to be captivated by Jesus and know Him better. When followers of Jesus gather in one place around His word, something special happens. God is heard. Hearts are healed. Hope is restored. Faith grows. And relationships are forged that stand the test of time. Come and join us!

      We are one church family across three campuses.

      Edendale Primary School

      Albany Tennis Park, 321 Oteha Valley Road

      Owen G. Glenn Building, University of Auckland