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Our Weekly Services leading to Christmas:

Tuesdays 9.30am Holy Communion

Sunday 10th December
8am
Holy Communion Service - a quiet service with no hymns
9.30am Family Holy Communion Service followed by morning tea in the Lounge
6pm Family Carol Service with Children's Nativity Film followed by coffee & cake in the Lounge

Sunday 17th December
8am
Holy Communion Service - a quiet service with no hymns
9.30am Family Holy Communion Service followed by morning tea in the Lounge
Christmas Taizé Service 7pm

Christmas Eve Sunday 24 December 9.30am (no 8am service)
Family Communion 9.30am
Children's Service 7pm
Carols at 11pm
Midnight Communion Service at 11.30pm

Christmas Day Monday 25th December
9am Family Eucharist

Summer Together
From December 25 until 28 January 2018 there will be one Sunday service at 9am followed by morning tea

8am and 9.30am Church Services will resume from Sunday 4 February
The Parish Office will be closed from the
22nd December until Monday 8 January 2018


Nau mai, haere mai. Welcome to St. George's, an Anglican Church in the Diocese of Waiapu.

Our church sits
on the historic battle site of Pukehinahina/Gate Pâ, which was fought on 29 April 1864. This part of our story calls us to a mission of reconciliation. We try to be welcoming of everyone who walks through our door – above our door the words are written “All who enter here be reconciled”. We believe in the principles of justice, social equality and human rights, and we seek to be present to and with our community.

Our church is a space for people to explore and express their faith, and within our sanctuary is a deep sense of the sacred and peaceful presence.

The church is open to everyone each weekday from 9 am to 12 noon. It is a haven of peace and tranquility in a busy world. You are very welcome to come in and sit quietly and meditate in this restful place.

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