Next Service

Sun 25 Nov    Morning Worship    10:00am        Rev John Howell    

Services in following weeks

2 December      Rev John Howell  (Advent 1)                            Holy Communion
9 December      Matt Lange – Children’s Service  (Advent 2)    Morning Worship
16 December    Rev John Howell  (Advent 3)                            Morning Worship
23 December    Hugh Williams – 9 Lessons & Carols                Morning Worship




Carols in Parliament


Carols in Parliament to be held on Sunday 9 December 2018 at The Banquet Hall, Parliament at 7pm, hosted by Kris Faafoi MP. We ask that people are seated by 6.50pm.

RSVP's are essential by 4 December for security reasons. There are a limited number of spaces.
RSVP to Robyn Radomski, Secretary, Council of Wellington churches E-mail: Phone (027) 2018766

Handel’s Messiah Singalong

Festival Singers, Northern Chorale and Tawa Orchestra invite you to a Sing Along concert of Handel’s Messiah.  7pm Sunday 2 December at Wesley Methodist Church Tickets $20 (primary school children free) available from Anne Henderson, Val Elmey or Rob Wilkinson. Limited door sales.  Come and join the singing (singers bring your own score) or just enjoy the music.  For further details see the poster on our church notice board.

Women’s Suffrage 125

Presbyterian Women and Methodist Women of Wellington area invite you to join them for a celebration of 125 years since women in New Zealand first exercised the right to vote.

St Ninian’s Uniting church, Karori, Sunday 25th November 2018, 2pm until 4:30pm.    

Contact: Judith Dunlop 04 478 5252 or

Please send your email contact to Judith so you can be kept advised of details closer to the event.  We would like to share memorabilia relating to Suffrage times so look it out now ready to bring.

Bush Telegraph – November 2018

The November issue is out

 Lectionary 2018-2019 -  Year C

The new Lectionary (which starts on 2 December) can be accessed here: Year C PDF

Drama Christi presents – “Gift of the Magi”

The Gift of the Magi is a delightful story, written and published by O. Henry in 1905, about a young husband and wife and how they deal with the challenge of buying secret Christmas gifts for each other with very little money.  Child-friendly dram with 4 performances: 

Thursday 29 Nov 7.30pm / Friday 30 Nov 7.30pm / Saturday 1 Dec 4pm / Sunday 2 Dec 4pm

Book to secure a seat - our theatre is small and intimate!  Entry by koha (gift goes to Christian World Service Christian Appeal) Bookings Ph: Bill 389-9879 


Two new items at Ngaio Union Church

  1. A study based on the movie “Casablanca”
    Study group will run 6 weeks starting Wed 24 October (2pm or 7pm)
  2. Postcard Stories - Monthly discussion group
    Starts Monday November 5 and thereafter on the first Monday of the month

Contact Alyson Howell on 4797804 or 027 242 6242 for more info







The Focolare Movement - Living Dialogue: Spirituality at the Service of Unity -
Weds 31 October 2018, Uniting Church Hall, 18 Dr Taylor Terrace, Johnsonville

Come and hear Christopher and Jane Evans speak about ecumenical dialogue.

Striving for the fulfilment of ‘May they all be one’ (Jn17.10), Christopher and Jane draw their inspiration from the Focolare Movement, which is an experience of a lived ecumenism, and which attracts people of all ages and walks of life.   . 
Starts at 6.00pm with a shared dinner (please bring a plate to share).  The talk will start about 7.30 pm.  Donations to cover hall hire appreciated.  For further information, contact Robert McClean, 022 0676655,

Everyone welcome!  Nau mai haere mai


The Zimbelstern Foundation presents “From Distant Lands”

We are delighted to invite you to a concert being given by Concert Organist, Paul Rosoman.

Come and enjoy the music of Bach, Rinck and Shostokovich and more.  

'From Distant Lands' is being presented (Admission Free) on:

Friday 16 November at Crossway Church Masterton, Queen Street Centre – 1.30pm

Sunday 18 November at St Peter’s on Willis, Wellington – 2.30pm

Wednesday 5 December at St Matthew’s Anglican Church, Hastings – 12:15pm