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Are you an Instagram user?

Salt Blog (salt.org.nz) has launched a new photography campaign for Instagram users. If you’re an Instagram user and fancy your photo being blogged there, tag your photo #instasalt in Instagram and the admin will regularly keep an eye out. Once approved (which is just formality, we think) your photo will be posted on Salt Blog.

We at Majestic believe in Easter and the life giving story of the sacrifice of Jesus on Friday and his resurrection on Sunday. We want the world to know the original story of Easter. We, the church want to reclaim Easter from the idea of the holiday being run over by bunnies and decorated eggs (though, we know there’s nothing wrong in that!).

We have a most epic Easter happening this year at Majestic Church. We are going right back to the roots of earlier church traditions and rediscovering the significance of church traditions like the Lord’s Supper and Lent, to find fresh revelation about this meaningful time of the year that Easter is.

We have three services lined for Easter. Here are the three illustrations:

Ok, second post for the day.

We have a few type manics at Collective Majestic. We all agree that KLIM Type Foundry is top notch… Not that they need any reassurance from us. They know they are good. They have a few of the best looking new fonts in their portfolio.

Here is their website (vllg.com/Klim), and screenshot of the site.

I could just stare at it all day.

So you’ve heard about RIDE//SNAP A Cycle/Photography Event happening in Christchurch New Zealand.

If you haven’t scroll down and read the previous post. Quick! It’s this weekend!

So now, you’ve heard of the RIDE//SNAP A Cycle/Photography Event.

Presenting to you the RIDE//SNAP Exhibition:

Saturday, the 25th February

6pm to 8pm at Majestic House, 85B Moorhouse Avenue

 

1. We will present a prize for the the best photo taken (during the Cycle/Photography event).

2. There will be live art happening.

3. There will be a DJ spinning beats and remixes and sounds and sfx’s and such and such.

4. There will be coffee being made. A form of live art, you can say. Art that you can drink.

5. There will be you. Because you are coming… Yea?