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Our community vision and core values

He Tangata, He Tangata, He Tangata. It is the people, the people, the people.

A Place of Grace – “Grace meets us where we are … but never leaves us where it finds us”. A community in Christ who come ‘just as we are’ everyone valued and empowered to be the person God intended us to be.

Diversity is a Gift – A life-affirming, life-enhancing community, celebrating our God given differences and growing deeper in our relationship and formation in Jesus Christ,

Creativity and Justice – Encouraging and releasing our creative gifts and advocating the intrinsic value and dignity of all people, the land and all living creatures through the ethos of Kaitiakitanga (Guardianship)

Daring Greatly – Having the courage, trust and vision, to follow the Spirit’s leading. To see beyond what we already see, to become more than we already are. To be an outward focused church, creating pathways into the community and people we are privileged to serve.

This is the Day
(Te Rangimarie)

Highlights from St George’s

Confirmation Service 2019

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Vision Update

Set firmly in the context of the Biblical imperative for the spirit of Generosity (in all its forms) to be a hallmark of our Christian lives, please read our half yearly Vision update, and consider our Finance & Giving Appeal.

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Whakanuia, one year on

Celebrating diversity, achievement and our journey for 2019. This year we are fundraising to send 8 Barista Trainees to obtain their Barista Qualification Course, enabling a pathway to employment. Entertainment includes a variety of performances by people in the local community, with our Headline Performer Joel Amosa, who was the winner of the Lexus more >

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