THIS Sunday (18 April): parish AGM after 10am service

The Annual General Meeting is your chance to know what's been happening in your church. Church is the people, he tangata. So come along and hear from your people about what they've been doing during the past year to help spread God's love and share the good news of Jesus Christ.

After 10am combined service.

Also: is there anyone who you would like to nominate for Vestry? Chat with them and get in a nomination form from the steward's table at church.

World War in Miniature - to keep their memories alive

This display is designed to help us remember the contributions of men and women during the World Wars. Event creator Rev Jeff Cotton says: "[I hope] these models will keep their memories alive. They are not exact replicas. These models are in memory, not for perfection." 

Free entry. Invite others using our Facebook event

Whether you have been involved in war, heard stories about the World Wars from your whanau, or you just want to come along to learn more, pop along on ANZAC Day between 11 am and 3pm. Dioramas (model replicas) and memorabilia will be on display.

The Corner community hub - weekly activities for those 55+

The Corner community hub operates from office space on the church premises. They offer a wide range of activities for men and women 55 years+. See their Facebook page for what's on offer or contact the Coordinator, (Ms) Frankie Roake (mob 021 222 7543 or the 

Service Times



This service uses the Book of Common Prayer on the 1st and 5th services of the month, the other services use the Anglican New Zealand Prayer Book. This is a contemplative and traditional service with no music. Once a month we share a light breakfast after our service.



This service uses the Anglican New Zealand Prayer Book with hymns. A family friendly service, it includes Children’s Church during the school term. After our service we join with our 11.30am service members for morning tea.



This is a contemporary service with creative and contemplative elements. This service includes a mixture of traditional songs, modern music and Taize chants. We eat a potluck lunch together afterwards every Sunday. Healing Prayer with anointing oil is available once a month at this service, or any other time by request.



An intimate service with strong fellowship, this service uses the Anglican New Zealand Prayer Book and traditional hymns with organ accompaniment. We have morning tea together afterwards every week.


8.00am - online 

Every weekday (Monday to Friday) we hold morning prayer that you can join in on Facebook. This prayer time follows the ANZPB and the lectionary, and is a quiet way to dedicate your day to the service of God.



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