St Stephen’s Church is hosting a second hikoi – a journey through some of the region’s history led by “tour guide” extraordinaire, Archbishop Sir David Moxon.Read more
Saturday, October 31 promises to be a family fun night in Tamahere.
Trick or treaters will be looking for a gateway sign (see here) they are welcome and St Stephen’s Church is having its annual Light Part from 5.30pm.Read more
Coming to the rescue of someone having a heart attack in Tamahere just got easier with a new, public defibrillator or AED now stationed at St Stephen’s Church.
The newest AED in Tamahere can be accessed 24/7 from a cabinet on the outside of the church hall on Tamahere Drive.Read more
Donating a few items to a foodbank is now easier with a local collection point set up in Tamahere.
Each Sunday, between 9.30am and 11am, a collection box is put out at the Tamahere Drive gate of St Stephen’s Tamahere Church.Read more
A road is named for him and a forlorn sign board marks one of his grand deeds but what do we really know about Tamahere’s preeminent historical figure?
The life and times of Wiremu Tamihana, leader and peacemaker, are to be retold in a rare event hosted by Archbishop Sir David Moxon on August 9.Read more
St Stephen’s new vicar Rev Sue Burns has been officially installed at the Tamahere Drive church.
Rev Burns, appointed in May, is well known in the Diocese of Waikato and Taranaki as its Ministry Educator from 1999 to 2008.
Since 2008 she served the national church as Dean of Anglican Studies at St Johns Theological College, Auckland, teaching pastoral studies, approaches to conflict and worship ideas.Read more
Rex Pickering, a Tamahere community and rugby stalwart, died yesterday (Tuesday, July 5) in Cambridge, aged 79.
Pickering and wife Christine were honoured for their more than 40 years of community service and dedication to the St Stephen’s parish two years ago, in August 2014.
Pickering, who in life was Waikato’s oldest living All Black, had a lifetime dedication to rugby, representing Waikato at provincial level and the All Blacks for over a decade.Read more
St Stephen’s Church’s latest Community Quiz Night is on Saturday, July 2 from 7pm.
It’s a chance to get together your own team and test your knowledge prowess – other than against TV’s Mastermind competitors.
Teams can be up to six or individuals can go along and join a team on the night to meet neighbours and new friends.Read more
The Christmas spirit is sweeping Tamahere and the area’s much anticipated contributions to the festive season in the Waikato get underway this week.
The Twilight Tamahere Market is on this Saturday, December 5 from 4pm to 8pm offering everything from stocking fillers to handcrafted jewellery.
Gift packs, Christmas decorations, quirky cushions and beautiful artworks will also be among the stalls.Read more
Local Blues musician Darcy Perry is being joined by friend and gospel singer Sista Jacqui Baldwin for a concert at St Stephen’s Church on Sunday, December 6 at 7pm.
Born in Mississippi and spending much of her life in Chicago, Jacqui learned to sing in church and has shared her talent around the world.
Entry to the concert at the Tamahere church is a donation, for example canned food, Christmas pudding and the like, which will go to The Combined Christian Food Bank.Read more