Nau mai, haere mai. Welcome
We seek to be the “church at the heart of the community”. This means we have a passion to see our local community of Northland & Wilton (and beyond) flourish. In other words, we love local.
One of the key ways we love local is by providing spaces where people can connect and belong.
We see ourselves as a church family, who are disciples, that care for the last, least and lost. We endeavour to be inclusive and love seeing people use their gifts and talents to serve others. We are a local church with a commitment to one another and to the wider community.
COVID UPDATE : We no longer have any restrictions in place.
Our Sunday services are:
- 8am Said Communion Service
- 9:30am Communion Service (more info here)
- 4pm Messy Church – 3rd Sunday of the month (more info here)
Please contact Rev Paul for more info
Our Community Groups
COVID UPATE: We no longer have any restrictions in place.
CRAFT GROUP meets on the 2nd & 4th Sunday of the month in St Anne’s hall from 1:30-4pm. Feel free to drop in.
CURRY & BEER a monthly gathering for guys in the community. We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of the month from 7pm at Delhi 7 in Northland (across from the church)
MAINLY MUSIC a fun, interactive music sessions for young children and their parents/caregivers. It happens on Wednesday mornings from 9:30am during term time in St Anne’s hall. More info here.
THURSDAY MUNCH a monthly opportunity to meet others during the daytime, be entertained by either a speaker or quiz, and have a meal together. On the 4th Thursday of each month, at 11.30 am—1.00pm in St Anne’s Hall
MORE INFORMATION? If you’d like to know more about what we get up to, you may like to look at our annual reports that get produced every year for our AGM. These share highlights from last year in our church life – click here
Our Vicar is Reverend Paul (in photo) who joined us in April 2016. He is married to Catherine, and has two daughters Naomi & Charlotte. Paul is passionate about seeing people flourish. If that be individuals, families or communities. In his spare time he dabbles in a bit of photography, surfs when it’s warm enough (Wellington!!), and hangs out with his favourite girls. He’s always up for a chat.
Our Wardens are Neale Howcroft (Bishop’s Warden) and Carolyn Cordery (People’s Warden).
St Anne’s hall is available for hire to community groups, social and business gatherings.