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The Anglican Parishes of the Oroua Comprising St Agnes Kiwitea; St Andrew's, Colyton; St Barnabas, Rangiwahia; St John's, Feilding; St Mary's, Beaconsfield; St Michael's, Stanway; and St Saviour's, Kimbolton

Reverend Graham Conlon 

Physical Location
and Street Address

The Vicarage
13 Camden Street
Feilding 4702

Contact Phone Number

06 323 4026



Priest in Charge

Reverend Sarah McMenamin
Priest Assistant

Parish Operations Manager

Vicki Gleave

Vicar's Warden

Bryan Guy

People's Warden Debbie Seymour 



Worship at St John's, Feilding

Worship at St Andrew's, Colyton
The community of St John's, Feilding gathers for worship every week The community of St Andrew's, Colyton gathers for worship on the first and third Sundays of each month, except for January
Every Sunday First Sunday 10.00am Eucharist
8.00am Eucharist Third Sunday 10.00am Eucharist
9.45am Eucharist with Junior Church
On significant feast days such as Christmas and Easter, and during the month of January, there will be one service only at 9.00am
10.00am Eucharist  
Worship at St Saviour's, Kimbolton Worship at St Barnabas, Rangiwahia
The church is laying fallow until Christmas 2018.  Notification of a Christmas service will be on the Oroua parish website when a time and place have been decided. The community of St Barnabas, Rangiwahia gathers for worship on the first Sunday of every month, except January

First Sunday 4.00pm and 5.00pm Eucharist
Worship at St Michael's, Stanway Worship at St Mary's, Beaconsfield
The community of St Michael's, Stanway gathers for worship on the second Sunday of every month, except January The community of St Mary's, Beaconsfield gathers for worship on the third Sunday of every month, except January
Second Sunday 4.00pm and 5.00pm Eucharist Third Sunday 11.00am Eucharist
Worship at St Agnes, Kiwitea  
The community of St Agnes, Kiwitea gathers for worship three times a year at times that suit the community  
April, September and December - please see the Feilding Herald for details  


No reira waiho ko te aroha o Te Matua Kaha Rawa hei korowai mou.
May the love of Almighty God enfold you!