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.
Dec 1 – 7:45am + 9:00am + 10:45am – ‘Advent 1’
Dec 6 – 9:30am ‘Mainly Music Christmas’
Dec 8 – 7:45am + 9:00am + 10:45am – ‘Advent 2
5:00pm ‘Blue Christmas Service’ – A service of quiet reflection for those experiencing grief or loss this Christmas
Dec 15 – 7:45am + 9:00am – ‘Advent 3’
10:45am ‘KidsChurch Christmas Play’
Dec 22 – 7:45 + 9:00am +10:45am Carol Services – ‘Advent 4’
Dec 24 – 6:00pm ‘Christingle’ – Family Christmas Service
9:00pm + 11:00pm Christmas Eve Holy Communion
Dec 25 – 9:30am Christmas Day – Family Holy Communion
Please note: December 29 and all Sundays in January, 2 x morning services, 8:30am & 10:00am
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We will be hosting a year-long Te Reo Māori language course next year. The classes are 6pm-9pm, Wednesday evenings. The classes are free but there is a significant expectation of attendance and participation.
Spaces are limited to approx. 25 people. Pick up an enrolment form from the church office or the foyer at church. Get in quick, spaces are filling fast.
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Your marriage will surely be one of the greatest occasions of your life and St George’s is a beautiful setting for such a memorable event.