Hope Project – the big idea

The Hope Project is seeking to bring an awareness of Christ back to the public square. Our strategic suggestion is THREE annual media efforts. Public perspectives affect the tone of EVERY conversation the Christian community engages in this nation. The value of engaging with those perspectives cannot be underestimated.

(i) Hope Project Easter – putting Christ back into Easter  (started 2014)

(ii) Hope Project Christmas – putting Christ back into Christmas (started without funds 2019)

(iii) Hope Project Family – highlighting what Kiwi churches are doing for families (date of first effort yet to be determined).

2021 Booklet

2021 Booklet 7

Easter 2021 – what will be different

The delivery: This will be the second year that the delivery has been volunteer-based in the largest 70 cities and towns. We will also open the door for churches in smaller towns to offer to deliver voluntarily (but not rural or semi-rural areas).

2021 THEME: The wider 2021 theme will be the history behind our cultural views on the freedom of speech and religion — which are rooted in our cultural ideas about human rights — which come from the Judeo-Christian idea that all human life is valuable (and objectively so).

REQUEST:  Could you please help with the delivery? 

> If yes, contact your pastor, or select the Volunteers box below

REQUEST:  Could you please help with the finances? 

> Our work is in innovation in outreach. Hope Project is one of seven areas we are innovating in – with successes in all areas. Contact us to find out more – or donate to support this one part of our work (Hope Project) at AllTogether.co.nz/donate.


Delivery plans will adjust in keeping with all Government guidelines associated with COVID-19.

National mail deliveries are still completed whilst complying to Government restrictions throughout all levels however as this is a volunteer based delivery, adjustments are required.

  • Under restrictions for both Level 1 and Level 2 – volunteers are ABLE to deliver booklets as planned.
  • For Levels 3 and higher – volunteers are NOT to deliver booklets. 

We trust our wonderful volunteers to adhere to these directives and Government guidelines.

The Shining Lights final decision on the scale of each Easter’s effort is made in November annually. This annually takes into account the level of risk involved. The current financial  downturn will be a factor. However, we have people with faith for these things on our team also, and have never undertaken a risk we could not somehow underwrite.

All the Information you need is here

Will you help the Christian message be heard throughout New Zealand each Easter?

Please participate financially