St Andrew’s, Westshore

Westshore is a suburban local shared ministry parish led by an enthusiastic team of clergy and lay people. The worship is NZ Prayer Book, but with creative embellishments.The hall is a beautifully restored historic church, and the op shop is a focus for the local community.

Contact:
Administrator, Meg Dawson, Ph 06 843-1367, fax 06 843-1371
Email: megnorwich13@gmail.com
Church and Op shop, 110 Charles St, Westshore.
Ph: 06 835-0116

Worship - Sunday:
9.30am - 12th June - Morning Worship, with morning tea to follow
9.30am - 19th June - Eucharist. Disability Sunday, with morning tea to follow
9.30am - 26th June - Eucharist.  Brent Chamberlain of Anglican Care speaking, with morning tea to follow
9.30am - 3rd July    - Morning Worship.  Media Prayer Day and Refugee Sunday.  Morning tea to follow
9.30am - 10th July  - All Age Worship, with morning tea to follow
9.30am - 17th July  - National Bible Sunday.  Eucharist, with morning tea to follow
9.30am - 24th July  - Eucharist, with morning tea to follow
10.30am - 31st July - At The Cathedral.  Ahuriri Anglicans Together

Ethos: St Andrew’s offers worship and loving service as we seek to walk with Christ in our community. Friendly and welcoming. All cultures welcome. Appropriate use of Te Reo Maori in services.

Children: Welcome. Supervised children’s activity space in church during worship. A children's address whenever children are present.  A three day holiday programme in Spring school holidays.

Social: Morning tea after services; Women’s Fellowship; Maundy Thurs meal.

Training:  Weekly bible Study and friendship 9Monday afternoons; Lenten studies; lay input to worship encouraged.

Outreach: Monthly magazine; weekly drop-in group; Ezee meals; op shop; supports CCL and Anglican Care; RE in country school; income from Op Shop and local trust enables the parish to offer significant financial support to a number of local and nationa charities.

Highlights: Welcoming new people; Anzac service; Maundy Thurs meal; Christmas (including nativity play), Pentecost, and other festivals.
  
Musical Concerts: The Church has very good acoustics and is suitable as a concert venue for audiences up to 90 people.  Please contact the Administrator for further details