Wednesday, December 4, 2013

New Arrivals

Elder Talataina (Samoa) and Elder Faaifoaso (American Samoa) Welcome!!
We can tell they are diligent. Thanks for helping out Elder Brown!
 There is a new greeting awaiting everyone flying into Wellington. 
 Welcome to the "Middle of Middle Earth"
 All packed and ready for training.
 The Mission Office has been spruced up!
Elder Sauvao (New Zealand) President and Sister Kezerian, Sister Gilmour (Aberdeen, Scotland), Elder King (Walker, Louisiana), Elder Davis (Centerville, Utah), Elder Vagai (Savaii, Samoa)
 Flying in from the Provo MTC - Elder Halladay (Gilbert, Arizona), and Elder Hunsaker (Auburn, Washington). We also welcomed in Elder Gacad (Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines)
Heading home after serving honourably and faithfully, Elder Van Beek (Perth, Australia), Elder Atkinson (Malad, Idaho), Elder Howard (Sydney, Australia), Elder Brown (Not leaving yet) Elder Hobby (Sydney, Australia).
 Elder Adams and Elder Gordon in Hokitika bringing in the Christmas Spirit.
 Senior Couples gathered for a Thanksgiving Feast. Elder and Sister Robbins, Elder and Sister Roberts, Elder and Sister Hayward, Elder and Sister Christensen, Elder and Sister McNamee, President and Sister Kezerian, Elder and Sister Hadlock, Sister Eames and Sister Ingles.
 Elder Dunbar and Elder Langi.
Ground breaking for a recreational facility being developed by the Church is just a few minutes' walk from the Hamilton new Zealand Temple. There will be two large pavilions, two amphitheatres, a sports field, camp fire gathering areas, cooking facilities, showers, 12 cabins and tent areas.
 Elder Adams, Elder Gordon, Elder Vimahi and Elder Anderson.
 Beautiful views from Elder and Sister Edwards on their way through Westport.
 These faces all look familiar! Elder Ma'u, Elder Petaia, Sister Paongo, Sister Kei and Sister Saulala all returned missionaries from the Wellington New Zealand Mission!
 President Kezerians' office at the Mission Office.



 Elder and Sister Webb, Elder Hopoate, Elder Merchant, Elder Kava, Elder Evans, Elder Kerr and Elder Smith at the Oamaru Chapel
 The Dunedin District Presidency performs at the celebration of the dedication of the Oamaru Chapel. President Jenner, President Gaskell and President Mitchell.

 Since everyone hasn't been able to come to the mission home at some point in your mission we wanted to show you what it looks like. This is the largest missionary room with 7 beds and a bathroom.
 Wall to wall beds and extra pads so up to about 24 can fit in the mission home if needed.
 Two more beds.
 Looking into the backyard.
 We have a wonderful forest full of birds.
 The front of the mission home in Tawa




 General Authority Room.
It seems a little empty, but not for long.
video
Remember when Elder Oaks came to visit? He had a few things to say about his experience in the Pacific. 

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