The Drop in Centre is a great place to connect with other people with disabilities.

A friendly, family atmosphere is provided here which encourages spiritual learning, fellowship and support to people. We regularly have Bible studies, guest speakers, visits from other ministries and groups, along with craft sessions and outings. We know you will enjoy your time with us, so come and see us soon.

The centre is located at 173 Mt Smart Rd, Onehunga, Auckland. (Map below)

It operates every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during the school term from 10:00am to 12:00pm.

We are currently working with limited numbers, so if you would like to attend, please call us on 09 636 4763 or email us at dropin@elevate.org.nz

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I am the way: Photo of a river through a canyon

Learning about God together

Our scripture for this term is from John 14:6…. I am the Way, the Truth and the Life….  we will be learning about what Jesus was telling us in this scripture, how we can apply this in our life and, how we can share with others We are introducing Quiet Times for each day at the drop in centre – this allows us to study the word of God together and hear what He is speaking to us about. It is a great chance for us all to be able to grow in our Christian walk – come along and […]

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preparation of Easter decorations of eggs and sewing accessories

Craft Sessions

We are always looking for volunteers to assist us with our awesome craft mornings. As we will be holding a craft session this term for each of our groups, we invite you and your friends to be a part of this with us. For more information, contact Joy on 09 636 4763.

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Drop In Centre Closed for Christmas

Our Drop In Centre will be closed from 15th December 2017 and will open again on 30th January 2018. We hope you have a safe and blessed Christmas break and New Year.

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Lady in wheelchair wearing blue ball gown, dancing with man in suit

Testimony from Crystal and Choi

Learning how to love one another Twenty years ago, as a new Christian, I was asked at my church to attend a CFFD meeting. It was a square dance afternoon and I was intrigued as to how people in wheelchairs would be able to dance like that, so went along. Well, that was it, I was hooked! I started to visit the Centre, go to the meetings, camps and other activities. When I found myself out of work, I volunteered at the Centre. It was a great place to work, everyone was so friendly, helpful and caring. I had a […]

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