Auckland Deaf Christian Fellowship
The ADCF is a Deaf Church for Deaf and hearing impaired people.
We Worship at the Methodist Peninsular Church.
1 Orchard Rd( crn )Rose Bank Rd Avondale Auckland. New Zealand.
It is supported by the Methodist Church of New Zealand.
We meet together for worship on the 1st and 3rd Sunday each month.
Service time for both services are 2.15 to 5pm.
On the 2nd Saturday of week for a social activity.
We believe it is important for people to feel included in all that we do,
whether people sign, lip read or speak.
Everyone is welcome to come and join us.
Everything we do, including socials, worship services and just getting together, is for Deaf and hearing impaired people.
Email Des Marett or Email Johanna Brens
Click here for the Auckland Deaf Christian Fellowship Website
Waikato Deaf Christian Fellowship
Email Waikato Deaf Christian Fellowship
Ms Jean Masters - Coordinator
Email Jean Masters
Methodist City Action
Hamilton Methodist Social Service Trust
62 London St.,
Ph: 07 839 3917
We have a service for D/deaf, Hearing Impaired and Deaf Blind people once a month in Hamilton. It is open to all people from all churches. We use visual presentation by data projector and New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL).
Assistant Johanna Brens of Auckland Deaf Christian Fellowship Lay Ministry team, Ross Millar, Rev Barry Neal help lead the services with Jean Masters Co-ordinating our programme and meeting times.
Deacon Nick Bruce Chaplain for the Deaf in the Catholic Diocese was sharing with us but has moved to live in Rotorua. Deacon Nick and his wife Sue are to be continuing to support us and keep in touch with us.
Church Services are held on the 2nd Sunday each month either as house meetings or at Fairfield Community House. Contact Jean by email to receive details of each service or meeting.
| The Objectives of the New Zealand Ministry
With the Deaf Trust are:
To establish and support Methodist and inter-denominational ministries with the Deaf in New Zealand.
To encourage and develop Deaf ministry services in New Zealand.
To support spiritual exploration and advancement within Deaf communities.
To enable fellowship and community among Deaf people.
To seek, accept and receive donations, subsidies, grants, endowments, gifts, legacies, loans and bequests either in money or in kind or partly in kind for all or any of the purposes of the Board.
Peter Grundy (Secretary)
- Kathy Hohepa (Treasurer)
- Jean Masters (Hamilton Fellowship,Member of Deaf Association of New Zealand)
- Glenn Schischka (Associate Member Auckland Fellowship)