Blenheim churches — working together in 2020

The delivery of Hope Project booklets to letterboxes will be done by volunteers from 2020 onwards.

> There are 8198 eligible letterboxes (excluding ‘no circulars’ letterboxes) in Blenheim.

THE REQUEST: Could you please take on an area (or more) below to prayer-walk while delivering the ‘Hope for all’ booklets to letterboxes?

> In doing this we unite with churches across New Zealand who are doing the same in all cities and towns of 5000 or more people.

> Note: Each area is only 125 homes (One person could deliver 250 on one walk).

What to do:

Step 1: Select Area

View the relevant map below to identify delivery areas you could do. (Two areas is one walk)


Step 2: Email us

Tell Don Moore which areas you could do.


Mobile: 022 025 6787‬‬‬

Step 3: We'll get in touch

Don will be able to give you  (i) detailed maps of those areas  (ii) and the link to 3min safety video  (Watch it – then Don him you have. He lists your name. Done).

> You can pick your booklets up (and return left-overs to) The Elim Centre, 8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (The Elim Centre, 26 Burleigh Road, Redwoodtown, Blenheim).

> Deliveries are to be completed before Easter, and are ideally done the two weeks prior to Easter.


  • For more on Hope Project Easter click here 
  • For conversational outreach equipping — Find sermon outlines with discussion guides here and concise outreach-equipping videos here
  • For free monthly prayer updates from Hope Project  — Email to request these (updates are emailed).

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