Thursday, March 10, 2011

Outdoor Wednesday: Bankers turned labourers

The team is seen here with our church office staff, Paula.

Yesterday, a team of BNZ bankers from their city branch left their power suits, swapped them for Tee Shirts and came to be labourers in my church, Mt Albert Baptist Church. Here were some of them, Alison, Barry Jessica, mo and Alistair. They did quite a good job too.

Thank you very much. Ka pai.

Photos Courtesy Kay. It was a day that I forgot to bring my camera.

This is the Bank's as a way of giving back to the community. On 9 March when their stores and most of their support offices will be ‘Closed for Good’. They were out in the community helping with all sorts of exciting projects.

In 2009, I posted photos of them coming to help us. You may remember this post.

I leave you with the Servant song. For indeed, they were our servants for the day, no, I correct myself, servants are paid. They came as volunteers. This song is a fitting song, it was written by New Zealander Richard Gillard.


diane b said...

Volunteers are top people. They looked like they got the job done well and quickly.Bravo!

Shifan said...

Hi Ann,

It is shows good team work.

Ginny said...

What a great idea this project is, and I love that song, it is so pretty! It is good for bankers to get exercise, too, I have heard that banking is one of the professions with the worst health. Maybe sitting behind a desk all day, stress with money? Being responsible for others money and futures.

Vintagesouthernlife said...

My hats off to them! Very thoughtful!

Marja said...

isn't that great That gives you hope again There are a lot of great people here as well.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi An

It was so nice to rea dyour post ...and to see the voluteers give a helping hand!

I wnet ot Australia because my husband had to go there for his job, and I went along to sightsee. It is a beautiful country!