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The Last Supper?
This may not be the last supper, but it will definitely be the last morning tea that the congregation will enjoy after church for some time.
Sadly, a recent Detailed Structural Assessment carried out by registered structural engineers, has up- graded the risk factor of the Wesley Methodist Church Hall. It has now been classified as too great a risk to allow us to continue using it, and consequently, as from Monday the 9th April 2018 it will be closed for all use until strengthening has taken place.
It is the intention of the Property Committee to rectify the problem as soon as practically and safely possible, but it may be some months before this can be achieved. In the interim we will seek to make alternative arrangements within our existing venues for as many of the hall-related activities as possible.
Wesley Methodist Church Hall Strengthening Project
The work on the hall strengthening has begun with the electricians replacing
the electrical control board; the removal of the outside kitchen brick veneer
wall; the spraying of the hall ceiling for mould; the steel work between the
portals in the Hall and the installation of smoke alarms and heat sensors
throughout the whole complex.
The principal contractor will be RK Boyle Builders and builder Ron will be
charge of health and safety while contractors are on site.
The project is due to be completed at the end of February.
Wesley Methodist Church
We gather for worship every Sunday morning at 9.30am and there is a warm welcome for everyone to join
Communion is served on the first Sunday of the month. and everyone is invited and welcome to participate.
Children and young people attend the first part of the service and then may join the 'Wesley Kidz' or Youth Group as they follow the Seasons of the Spirit programme with Bible Study, art, crafts, and much more.
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Tauranga Methodist Parish
Wesley is a member of the Tauranga Methodist Parish. The Parish consists of two churches, Wesley & St Stephens. Wesley is in the 'Avenues' area of Tauranga and St Stephens is in the suburb of Otumoetai. Please contact the Church Office (Ph. 07-578-8493) for more information
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