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Parishioner Tim Harland Being Commissioned As Hospital Chaplain

Tim Harland jokes and says he has his “affiliation for falling off motorcycles” to thank for his commissioning as Hospital Chaplain next week. In reality though, the role seems tailor made for this man of deep faith. As a young man Tim felt drawn to chaplaincy. But as so often happens, life had other plans for him. He went to university and enrolled in an engineering degree and ultimately became a qualified tool maker. As the years unfolded he married, raised... read more

ALT_Mary: Lent This Sunday (March 14th)

Our second week of ALT_Mary:Lent is happening this Sunday (March 14th at 7pm). ALT_Mary is a community of people committed to following Jesus amid the beauty and brokenness of life. It is a space for honest and open conversation. A place where we seek to encounter God through shared food, discussion, music, liturgy, and eucharist. ALT_Mary is a place where all are welcome and affirmed, regardless of gender, ethnicity or sexuality Over three Sundays, ALT_Mary: Lent will engage with art,... read more

If We're At Level 1 ALT_Mary: Lent Is on!

Our first week of ALT_Mary:Lent will go ahead this Sunday (March 7th at the earlier time of 7pm) IF we have moved back down to Level 1. Updates on our ALT_Mary: Lent Facebook event page HERE ALT_Mary is a community of people committed to following Jesus amid the beauty and brokenness of life. It is a space for honest and open conversation. A place where we seek to encounter God through shared food, discussion, music, liturgy, and eucharist. ALT_Mary is... read more

Waitangi Day Celebrations

Come and support Ngāti Te Whiti and be part of the public Waitangi Day celebrations they are organising this Saturday (February 6th) at Ngāmotu Beach from 11am – 2pm. There will be live entertainment, kai and activities for the whole whānau. The event is brought to you by NPD and supported by the TSB Community Trust and the Ministry for Culture & Heritage. read more

Upcoming Archdeaconry Events

All Anglican Churches in North Taranaki are part of the Paraninihi Archdeaconry. Traditionally priests and deacons within an archdeaconry would meet monthly, with a separate meeting for laity (those who were not ordained) less often. Our Churches have experienced several changes in the last two decades; less paid clergy and more who are locally based and work voluntarily, increasing numbers of laity who take on roles of significant responsibility within their parishes and ministry units, particularly where there is no official... read more

Remembering Parikaha

Join us as we gather on Thursday November 5th to lament the attack on Parihaka, to recall the teachings of Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kakahi, to celebrate the spirit of nonviolent resistance embodied by the Parihaka community and to reflect on the call to be people of peace and reconciliation ourselves. During the turbulent 1860s, Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kakahi sought nonviolent, but active, means to subvert the confiscation of Māori land in Taranaki. At Parihaka,... read more

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