Parish of Edgecumbe-Kawerau

Edgecumbe-Kawerau is a Local Shared Ministry parish with two worship centres in two different communities, Kawerau and the more rural Edgecumbe (this church is now only used once a month by Tikanga Māori).  St Margaret’s is located at 1 Newall Street Kawerau; All Saints is at 73 Main Street Edgecumbe. The parish was formed when the Tasman Pulp and Paper industry was being developed in Kawerau and has adapted to the changing face of the town and industry and remains committed to the community.  An enthusiastic team tries to provide creative worship alongside more traditional use of the NZ Prayer Book.  The parish has developing links with Tikanga Maori, ecumenically and with the wider community.

Administrator, Barbara Anderson, PO Box 182, Kawerau
Ph 07 323-8566 Barbara


Parish office 07 323 7822

Every Sunday  9.00 am at St Margaret’s Kawerau, Holy Communion. The service is on data projector but large print copies are available.

3rd Sunday 10am Maori Anglican Service.

1st, 2nd & 4th Sundays 2pm Mountain View Rest Home, 192 River Rd, Kawerau. Holy Communion.

Ethos: Expressly Anglican, accepting and caring congregation.

Ethnicity: 90% Pākeha but all welcome, some Te Reo is always used in the Sunday liturgy

Children:  During the school term:- Tuesdays 10.30am Maggie’s Preschool Music (Wiggleworms) caters for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers and their caregivers, followed by morning tea.  Friends and Heroes, for primary age children, meets on Mondays from 3.30pm to 5pm during the school term. 

Social:  Morning tea after services;

Mondays 10.00 am Knit and Knatter sessions at Mountain View Rest Home;  

Fridays 10.00 am Drop-in-Coffee  includes Rummikub, Scrabble & Dominoes. Banner making group.

Training: On-going for ministry leadership team and congregation.

Outreach: Maggie’s Op shop: open Tuesday to Thursday 10am to 3.30pm, Friday 10am to 1pm