Gisborne Parish

Holy Trinity and Church of the Resurrection

The parish prides itself on its broad theology, scholarly preaching and liturgical depth.  Historic brick Holy Trinity church sits close to the heart of Gisborne city, on the corner of Palmerston Rd and Derby St.  
Holy Trinity Hall - 70 Derby Street, and St Mark's Hall - 776 Childers Road, have a range of excellent spaces and facilities available for community, private and business hire.

Contacts:
Priest-in-charge: Rev'd Stephen Donald
Email: stephen.donald@waiapu.com
Phone office: (06) 867-6449
Mobile: 021 132 0037
Parish Administrator: Maureen Ward
Email: office@htgisborne.com 
Phone: (06) 867-6449
Parish Office: 70 Derby Street, Gisborne.  Open Tues-Fri 8.30am - 12.30pm
All mail to: P O Box 235, Gisborne 4040
Parish Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/gisborneanglicanparish
 
Worship: 
Holy Trinity Church, cnr Derby St & Palmerston Road, Gisborne
 8.00am - Holy Communion.
10.00am - Holy Communion.
Church of the Resurrection, 776 Childers Road
2nd Sunday: 9.30am Family Service in parish lounge during school term.
Please check Saturday night's Gisborne Herald for details
Holy Trinity Weekday Worship: Wednesday 10am Holy Communion; Friday 10am Holy Communion and Prayers for the Sick.

Ethos: Variety of views with room for diversity; a broadly based Anglican theology with biblical roots.

Social: Pastoral care; social events; parents coffee group; Back-to-basics cooking demonstrations and a range of community projects, including a Saturday morning community breakfast.

Training:  Study groups and training events for parish, community and region, with an extensive library at Holy Trinity Hall.

Outreach: Pastoral care; home communions; rest-home services; magazine; social justice; hospital and home visiting.

Social Services: Anglican Care Waiapu operate an early childhood centre (Waiapu Kids Te Hapara Whanau Aroha), family services (Te Hapara Family Services) and Growing through Grief Eastland on one of our parish sites at 776 Childers Road.

Highlights: Christmas, Easter and seasonal festivals. Community-facing events, concerts and special commemorations.