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Ever notice there are no inspiring stories of accumulation, but there are thousands of inspiring stories of sacrifice? We’ve noticed that too. Since the beginning of our church, a group of generous people have chosen to give 10% of their income with a dream to see God’s family thrive here in Sumner & Redcliffs. God has used their faithfulness to change lives!
In fact, you’re surrounded by generous people at SumRed. When you give, you help create a church that connects people to one another and to Jesus. You help sow the seeds that lead people into having a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
You can give right now. Use our bank details below to set up a direct debit or use the form below to donate using your debit/credit card.
Parish Bank Account for Financial Giving:
Code: Gift | Reference: Surname
We take the safety and wellbeing of our young people incredibly seriously at SumRed. All our key youth and children’s ministry volunteers are regularly police checked. We have also appointed a Children’s and Young Person’s Safety Officer (CYPSO) who is an active member of our Parish Vestry & oversees our CYPS team.
Our current CYPSO is Hazel. Not only is Hazel discreet and easily approachable, she also has experience working with children within a professional environment. There are a number of posters displayed around the church grounds providing information for how to contact the Parish CYPSO, CYPS team and/or someone outside of the Parish if you or a young person experience, or suspect, abuse to be taking place. On top of this, you can also use the form below as an easy way to report a concern to both Hazel & the Christchurch Diocesan Safety Team. All submissions are treated in a confidential and professional manner.
Held at St Andrew's Church, Redcliffs, M/M is a space for under 5s to thrive & parents/caregivers to connect. M/M is a music & play based group which also includes morning tea. Koha appreciated but not required.
Jellybeans is a fun, exciting, welcoming place for tamariki aged 3-5 to play and learn about who God is and how much he loves them. At a typical session we hear stories, sing songs, and create art and crafts. Held during our 1030am service at Nayland St Chapel.
Break is a vibrant Bible based programme for tamariki aged 5-10. We play games and learn about Jesus through stories told in age-appropriate ways. There is a strong emphasis on exploring the real life situations that kids experience and how God is present in them. Held during our 1030am service at Nayland St Chapel.
Jesus hung out with his friends; he learnt, he taught, he laughed, he smiled. At Groms, we aim to live a lifestyle like Jesus did...and have fun as a family while on the adventure. Groms is for school years 7-9 and is held during our 1030am service at Nayland St Chapel.
To read more information about youth please click below.
Here at SumRed we believe that following Jesus makes life better and makes us better at life. But we also know that sometimes it can be lonely following the way of Jesus. The thing is: we weren’t made to follow Jesus in isolation. We were made to do it together.
Home Groups are an awesome way to make new friends, go deeper in faith, be enriched spiritually, find a safe space to ask hard questions & take your next steps in your faith journey.
We have a number of groups meeting throughout the week across Sumner, Redcliffs and Mt Pleasant. We’re also always in the process of establishing new groups. So if you’d like to know more drop us a line via the Contact Us bubble & we’ll be touch ASAP.
You are welcome to an art and craft group which meets at St Andrews on Thursdays from 10 am until mid-day. A great opportunity to meet people, have a cuppa, enjoy creative activities and gather some inspiration! Bring along a project you are working on; or learn something new! Contact Beth Moore ph 0226781252.
Riding the Wave Art Group meets on the last Saturday of the month at Nayland St Chapel in Sumner. We aim to help people ease into the 'creative flow' through a variety of simple art techniques in a caring, prayer-soaked, fun-filled environment. Through these experiences we hope to demonstrate the love of God and make opportunity for people to receive healing and freedom in the Lord. Contact Jo ph 0210574999.
Come along to hear an inspiring speaker, eat delicious nibbles and enjoy the company of other women. Friday evening event held 3 times per year. Contact Deb Williams ph 021707769.