People using the facilities:
Auckland Korean Methodist Church
WW NZ (Weight Watchers NZ)
Dance and Arts Therapy NZ
Touch Compass Dance Company
Born Again Bodies
Auckland Korean Methodist Church
The Korean congregation worship services are held on Sunday at 1pm and Wednesday at 7.30pm. Morning prayers Monday-Friday at 5.30am. Secondary school members meet for study and fellowship on Friday evenings 7pm. Youth on Saturday evenings 5pm.
Shore Singers is a mixed choir of over 40 members. We are a non profit volunteer group that seeks to present beautiful music from a wide repertoire and to a professional standard. With music from classical to modern popular genres, we entertain people of all ages, make friends with others who love music and hope to be of service to the community, bringing pleasure each month to a range of audiences. We also sponsor the U16 vocal aria in the annual North Shore Performing Arts Competitions thus contributing to many a young person’s music career. At the end of the year we close with a popular annual concert, with proceeds going to a local charity.
The musical director is Beth Donnell who comes with high musical and teacher qualifications. Beth has taught in NZ and overseas, including London, Montreal and Sydney, training young people’s choirs, bands, jazz groups, and musical productions. She brings great skill to the choir with unique arrangements of many works to suit the choir voices. Soloists in the choir receive valuable encouragement and assistance. The choir still requires strong voices in all sections for men and women.
|Conductor: Beth Donnell 09 410 7864|
|Region: Auckland||City: AUCKLAND|
|Rehearsal night: Mondays 7:30 – 9:30 pm||Rehearsal venue: Takapuna Methodist Church Lounge|
|Choir contact: Kerry Johnstone||Phone: 09 444 8409|
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The Rainbow Club provides group activities for older Korean adults. Between 50-70 Korean seniors gather for fellowship, exercise, singing, education on healthy lifestyles and English conversation classes.
The group meets every Wednesday (during school terms) between 10.00am and 2pm in the Takapuna Methodist Church hall.
Activities such as gentle aerobic exercise, dance or yoga are a regular part of each session.
The English conversation classes are popular and the weekly singing sessions include learning the NZ anthem in Maori and English. A team of 23 volunteers help run the club and cook a nutritious Korean style lunch for the members.
For more information please contact Mo Shin (Rainbow Club Coordinator) on 027 417 8500.
Situated in the house next door to the church is the Lollipops Child Care Centre.
Lollipops employ a special team of 10 qualified, motivated, full time staff ready to meet your child’s every need. Facilities include separate play areas for babies, toddlers and over 2’s, separate outdoor play areas for younger and older children, and an adjoining 100sqm children’s playland which is great in wet weather or when the sun starts to burn.
Open from 7:45am to 6pm Monday to Friday, 52 weeks of the year excluding public holidays.
Please call for any further enquiries.
1 Tennyson Avenue, Takapuna
PO Box 331-463, Takapuna
Phone: 09 488 9220
Fax: 09 488 9223
Mobile: 021 393 650
Centre Manager: Carla Ornelas
Supervisor: Delani Meyer
WW (Weight Watchers)
Weight Watchers’ unique, personalised approach to weight loss combines healthy eating, exercise and support. Join today for a bigger life in a smaller, healthier body.
Meetings are held in the Takapuna Methodist Church Lounge: Wednesday 6.00pm and Friday 9.30am
For more information visit their website: www.weightwatchers.com
Dance and Arts Therapy NZ
Dance & Arts Therapy New Zealand offers the Dance 4 Us programme on Thursdays 10.30-11.30am throughout the school term at Takapuna Methodist Church. Dance 4 Us is a therapeutic, community-focused programme designed to support adults and young adults with disabilities (including Cerebral Palsy, Downs Syndrome, cognitive delays & physical disabilities – wheelchairs and mobility issues). By participating in Dance 4 Us, attendees develop a further sense of belonging along with experiencing being part of a positive, accepting community. Attendees are given opportunities to discover their own unique talents and strengths, as well as the chance to learn and value cultural diversity. Sessions are drop-in style, koha entry. All sessions are led by a qualified Dance Movement Therapist and can have up to 30 individuals.
Touch Compass is New Zealand’s leading professional inclusive performance company – an inter arts organisation that goes beyond envisaging a seamless society, to actively creating one.
We work creatively with world-class choreographers and directors to collaborate with disabled and non-disabled performers to draw out narratives that challenge perceptions about what performance is and who can do it.
Touch Compass also runs community, youth and tutor training, providing professional development to aspiring performers. Currently meeting at TMC for classes every Saturday morning between 10.30 and 1pm.
Our live performances, film, digital, site specific work and collaborations act against barriers to reach diverse audiences. By continuously moving beyond difference, Touch Compass encourages society to do the same.
To shift perceptions, empower participants and inspire audiences.
To deliver quality, inclusive, performing arts and training.
Born again Bodies
BORN AGAIN BODIES Strength, Balance and Flexibility at Any Age. A supervised exercise programme Born Again Bodies is a registered Green Prescription activity provider that worked with ACC on the benefits of exercise in Falls Prevention. Every Tuesday from 2 – 3pm Takapuna Methodist Church lounge. Facilitator Lorraine Parker. All welcome.