Welcome to the New Zealand base of Teen Missions International!
No trips scheduled at this time.
History & Ministries at New Zealand Base
Teen Missions in New Zealand is a small base working in partnership with Teen Missions in Australia. It was incorporated as a not-for-profit charitable trust in 1996 by Robin and Elizabeth Little. Located in Rotorua, this base assists the New Zealanders with everything they need so they can go to the Australia Boot Camp.
The Land & People of New Zealand
Snowy peaks, rugged shorelines and fertile pastures dotted with sheep make New Zealand a picturesque place to live. New Zealand has been a commonwealth of Britain since 1907 and the influences of England are still alive in everyday living. Of the four million citizens or “kiwis”, one-third live in Auckland, though the capital city is Wellington. Rugby is a popular sport and there is a heated rivalry between New Zealand and Australia. English and Maori are the two languages spoken and the main religions are Protestantism and Roman Catholicism. New Zealand provides support and monetary aid to many growing nation islands in the Pacific.
- Affected by earthquake— ministry work continues October 11, 2010 Many former team members and leaders are living in our quaking city of Christchurch and its surrounds. Have been in touch with some of them and continue to pray for them as they try to recoup. Things are a mess! Andrew and Alisha Woods (TMA staff) arrived there this past weekend to spend some time with Andrew's parents. He had several meetings lined up, but whether or not the churches or schools are still open to ...