What we believe

Peacemakers New Zealand is a demonstration of a “Church-Without-Walls”. It is of no denomination, non traditional and does not conform to man's teaching but to Christ's teachings. We believe in congregating together in a church building with other believers just so long as the majority within that body love unconditonally, are kind towards each other and forgive one another always. A congregation that does not judge, nor reject. And it's not just a thing done on Sunday but a lifestyle lived out wherever we are. True Christianity is a personal, intimate relationship with God, as a child to a daddy. True ministry is establishing relationships with others. Being a child of God is to be humble. To have a childlike attitude with all others that come in contact with us. It is the people who are the true church and wherever the people are, in Christ’s name, is where the church is. We believe in a church that has no walls, has no doors, or windows. A church built not by the hand of man, but the true church built by the mighty hand of God.

Howbeit the most High dwelleth not in temples made with hands; as saith the prophet, Heaven is my throne, and earth is my footstool: what house will ye build me? saith the Lord: or what is the place of my rest? Hath not my hand made all these things?
Acts 7: 48-50.

The nature of this ministry is to demonstrate “Charity”.
The giving of one’s self to another.

In regards to a person desiring to be a member of this ministry we are only concerned with the sincerity of that person’s heart. It’s not a ministry that says get your life cleaned up first and then you can join, but rather it’s come as you are and we’ll walk the path together.

We are a ministry that stands together no matter what!

He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone”.
John 8:7.

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