Wherever you are on your faith journey we strive to meet you where you are as you seek a holy place to experience God, find spiritually alive community and encounter Jesus Christ in Eucharist. We are home to single, divorced, married, widowed as well as families at various stages of life. Without making a big deal about it, we are gay-friendly and affirming of anyone who identifies themselves as LBTQ. We believe God meets us in the Breaking of Bread in community.
The Holy Eucharist Rite II at 8am on Sundays is celebrated “in the round” with a shared sense of intimacy and spiritual connection. The service, including the sermon lasts for about 45 minutes. Coffee hour after this service is always lively and welcoming to visitors.
In a similar vein, Holy Eucharist Rite II at 7.30am on Wednesdays is also takes place “in the round” and includes a reflection on the life of the saint whose particular feast day it happens to be. The service last about 30 minutes and is followed by a cooked breakfast for those who can stay.
During the summer, Holy Eucharist at 9.30am on Sundays is drawn from the New Zealand Prayer Book. At other times of the year we draw upon liturgies from the Church of England, the Scottish Episcopal Church and the Church of South India. The service lasts an hour and ten minutes and is followed by Coffee hour in the Parish Hall.