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At Orewa Baptist Church we are privileged to support amazing organisations and people making an impact both locally and globally.

in our community

Here at OBC we believe we are to be a light in our community. Here are some of the ways in which we fulfill that calling.

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Orewa Baptist Community Toy Library offers a toy lending service to the community as well as creates the opportunity for mums/grandparents/families to be able to meet and interact with other mums/grandparents/families.

Toy Library is run entirely by volunteers.

The costs of maintaining the toys and administration items are met by term fees, fundraising and through donations and grants from various sources, among which Orewa Baptist is prominent.


Time: Thursdays during school terms

from 9.30am to 11.15am
Where: Orewa Baptist church lounge.
Age: Children 0-7 years

Cost: Become a member for $30 a term per family



God’s Pantry is a ministry resource made available to assist those through a crisis with a food parcel.
We are blessed to be a blessing in this way. If you or someone you know is in need, please click 

"Get In Touch" below.

 Feel free to check out the Food Bank's

Give-A-Little page

around the world

Orewa Baptist Church’s commitment to mission is drawn from Jesus’ command:

“… Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation” Mark 16:15 (NIV)

We are committed to building for the Kingdom as we send and support our missionaries locally and overseas.  OBC supports the missionaries and organisations listed below.  



Trevor & Judy Clarke, members of OBC, are the directors for Ethnos NZ. Ethnos helps local churches mobilize and equip missionaries to reach the 2,500 unreached people groups in the world.
Trevor & Judy travel all over NZ, bringing awareness of the great unfinished task. They are passionate about mobilizing the next generation to long term mission service. They are part of the staff team that annually gives young people a taste of what this is like over a six week interface programme in PNG.



The Highams served with Mission Aviation Fellowship in Arnhem Land for 7 years. In 2018, they relocated to West Africa to continue their work of using digital technologies to communicate the Gospel and mobilising individuals and churches to be involved in missions. Recently, the Highams have moved back to NZ to help with eastwest college in preparing missionaries for the field.

The Highams feel privileged to co-partner with OBC in missions. For their newsletters or contact details, please contact the OBC missions committee.

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Working in Belgium since 1989, John and Pauline England established The European Evangelical Mission (TEEM). They helped plant four churches which continue to minister in the Belgium/Germany/Luxembourg border area. From there they started several ministries in Romania. Today TEEM supports Romanian village ministries like ReGen, The Horizon of Hope training centre, youth camps, training seminars and struggling pastors. TEEM also bought a property in Rucar for establishing a church.



NZBMS is the denominational overseas mission organisation of the Baptist Churches of New Zealand. Sitting under NZBMS as the parent ‘brand’ are 4 arms or entities, each with a different focus.
• Tranzsend – sending and ministry
• Banzaid – aid and development
• Mission World – resourcing and mobilising
• Marketplacers International – business



In business for freedom.
Joyya is a fair-trade business offering employment to women in Kolkata. They make quality jute bags and organic cotton t-shirts, but their business is freedom! 

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