Nau mai, haere mai
We have a heart to help people know the love of Jesus, find belonging through community and discover their purpose as they walk out being a disciple of Christ.
how we gather
We love to gather
kai & kōrero
In the home
In home gatherings are a welcoming place to invite friends and whānau, they're a safe space to grow in your relationship with God and find community within The Found.
We tend to start with a shared meal, followed by a video teaching series, with practical Biblical teaching, an opportunity for questions and prayer together.
We also run Alpha for those with questions about life and faith.
Wednesday/Thursday nights throughout the Whakatipu
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Wednesdays 7-9pm High School Youth at The Salvation Army, 8 Pin Oak Ave, Frankton
in the house
The Found gathering in our house of worship and prayer, our whare karakia.
Gathering as the Church on Sunday; the ekklesia, collective assembly of the body of Christ; waiata - to sing, karakia - worship, prayer, teaching Scripture, moving in step with Wairua Tapu, a safe space for those who are curious about Christ and believers alike.
Sundays 10:30am Whānau Gathering, Kingsview School, Frankton
14 Yewlett Crescent, Frankton, Tāhuna, Queenstown
in the community
The Found serving in the community: manaaki tia to support, take care of, give hospitality to, protect, look out for, show respect, generosity and care for others; by way of programmes and events that serve and meet needs in the community and beyond, locally and internationally.
We'd love to hear from you.
who are the found?
We were all once lost, misfits going our own way, until Jesus found us; he never gives up searching for us. His love is relentless. The father is waiting for you to come home. Let the revelation of love come flooding in. The birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus changes our lives and futures forever. If we are willing to turn away from sin and self and believe in Him, we are forgiven, we are free, no longer lost, we are The Found.
The Found is a community of followers of Jesus, a Christian Church, gathering throughout the week in homes around the Whakatipu and on Sundays in the Whare Karakia in Arthurs Point, Tāhuna Queenstown.
We are part of the C3 Church Global Movement of Churches, together we are Christ-centred, Spirit-powered + connect-driven. We want people to know Jesus in a fresh, personal way; to have a real-time connection with God.
We are a hospitable people, generous, fun and full of life. We are committed to healthy and growing churches around the world and as an international family, you can walk into any C3 Church like ours and know you're home.