We meet to worship God, to pray and sing together, to hear from the Bible and to share in Holy Communion, on Sundays and during the week. You are welcome to join us at any of our services.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our services are still a little different from normal – for the time being we are not singing much, and we are not sharing refreshments after the service. We also need to keep attendance records for each service, and for this purpose you will be asked for a name and phone number.
7:45am Holy Eucharist (St Eanswythe’s) a communion service with no music
8:45am Holy Eucharist (St Clement’s) a communion service with hymns, and Sunday School for children
10:30am Sung Eucharist (St Eanswythe’s) a communion service with hymns and other parts of the worship set to music, and Sunday School for children
1pm Te Hakari Tapu (St Eanswythe’s) a communion service in Maori and English (currently suspended due to COVID-19)
We share morning tea after the 8:45 and 10:30 services, and lunch after the 1:00 service.
On the first Sunday of each month we share brunch after the 8:45 service.
Wednesday 9:30am Holy Eucharist (St Clement’s) followed by morning tea
Thursday 10am Holy Eucharist (St Eanswythe’s) followed by morning tea
Morning Prayer is usually said on Tuesday and Friday at 9am and on Wednesday at 8am, in the Lady Chapel at St Eanswythe’s. On Thursday, Morning Prayer is shared online using Zoom.
A Service of Healing and Wholeness is held at 1pm on the first Friday of each month, at St Eanswythe’s. The service includes the offer of individual prayer for anyone who would like it.