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Pauatahanui Parish

St Andrew's Plimmerton;     St Alban's Pauatahanui;   

St Marks Pukerua Bay

 

Physical Location
and Street Address

St Andrew's
11 Steyne Ave
Plimmerton

St Mark's
98 Rawhiti Road
Pukerua Bay

St Alban's
4 Paekakariki Hill Road
Pauatahanui

 

Office and Parish Centre 11 Steyne Ave
Plimmerton
 
 

Contact Phone Number(s)

04 233 9781 (Office)

 

Email

pauanglican@xtra.co.nz

 

Parish Website

www.pauanglican.org.nz

 

Vicar

Reverend Peter Watson

 

Honorary Priest Assistants

Reverend Graeme Ogilvie
Reverend Derek Lightbourne
Reverend Peter Appleby
Archdeacon Monty Black

 

 Deacon Assistant Reverend Fiona Thomson   
     

St Andrews,
Plimmerton

St Albans, 
Pauatahanui

St Marks,
Pukerua Bay

     

Welcome to Church

Service Times

St Andrew's Plimmerton

Sundays

9.30am

Family Eucharist 

 

7.00pm Night Prayer - discussion-based service 

Thursdays 

10.00am

Short Eucharist 

Parish Centre:

2nd Sunday 

4.00pm

GEOH (God's Earth Our Home)

St Mark's Pukerua Bay

1st Wednesday

9:45am

Short Eucharist
(preceding Friendship Group)

St Alban's, Pauatahanui

Sundays

11.00am

Eucharist


Harbourview Resthome, Paremata

1st Thursday

11:00am

Short Eucharist

 

We are a very diverse parish spread over several different communities around the Pauatahanui Inlet and further north.  We have 10 different congregations (including one in a local resthome) meeting in our three churches and lots of children's activities. Most of our services use A New Zealand Prayer Book, although we also have three creative alternative forms of worship - the All-Age, Awesome Church once a month at Pukerua Bay and Our Place twice a month in Plimmerton.

 

Our Vision is to be resourcing people "Going Deeper...in Christ, compassion, belonging, community." Through studies and speakers, all our worship services, and sharing our resources, we seek ways to engage with our local and wider community.



 



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