The Ecumencial Service will celebrate the bicentenary of the first known Christian service of worship held in Aotearoa New Zealand. Those attending will be able to park in set aside areas and then use either shuttles or walk to the entrance of Rangihoua Heritage Park and make their way down to the cross site for the service which starts at 11am. There will be no vehicle access to the site. People will also be able to arrive by boat. Those atteding are asked to be self sufficient with water and may wish to bring a picnic to have at the conclusion of the service.
To assist with planning you are asked to register individuals or groups if you are intending to be at Oihi on Christmas Day.
While registration is not essential it will assist with planning so please encourage those attending to <a href=”https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/bicentennial-ecumenical-service-of-thanksgiving-christmas-day-tickets-14310405809>register on this site.</a>