what's on

Wednesday April 3, 7.15pm – 8.30pm

Grow Your Own Food course starts

Sunday April 7, 8am & 9.30am

Harvest Festival Services

Sunday April 7, 7pm

Combined Contemplative Service at St Andrew’s

Sunday April 14, 8am, 9.30am, 11.15am

Palm Sunday Services

Sunday April 14,
3pm

Handel Consort & Choir perform Haydn’s Creation

Thursday April 18, 6.30pm

Maundy Thursday: Meal and Hand-Washing Service

Friday April 19, 11am

Good Friday Reflective Service

Sunday April 21, 8am & 9.30am

Easter Day Services

Thursday April 25

Anzac Display

Saturday April 27, 7pm

The Armed Man at Pukekohe High School – Franklin Community Choir

Every 1st & 3rd Wednesday 2pm

Reflective Spiritual Growth, St Andrew’s Church

1st Tuesday at 10:30am:

Holy Communion – Pukekohe Rest Home

1st Wednesday at 10am:

Mothers’ Union Service in Church followed by meeting in Parish Lounge

2nd Tuesday at 11am: 

Holy Communion at Palms Hospital

2nd Wednesday: 10:30am

Holy Communion – Lakeside

3rd Wednesday: 10:30am

Holy Communion – Pukekohe Aged Care

3rd Thursday: 10:30am

Holy Communion at Franklin Village

4th Wednesday: 10am

Women’s Fellowship service at the Palms Rest Home followed by meeting.

Garden Education Session. All welcome

Wednesdays 7-8pm

Eucharist, St Andrew’s Church

Sundays 9.30am

Sunday School (Children 3+)

Sundays at 9.30am

Seasons

Thursdays 4pm

Oasis Music/Coffee Group
(All pre-schoolers & caregivers welcome)

Mondays & Fridays at 9.15am

Selwyn Group

Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9.15am

Op Shop

Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays 9am – noon

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This Month

Sunday April 7, 8am & 9.30am

Harvest Festival Services

Sunday April 14, 8am & 9.30am

Palm Sunday Services

Sunday April 14, 3pm

Handel Consort & Choir

Thursday April 18, 6.30pm

Maundy Thursday Meal and hand-washing

Sunday April 21, 8am, 9.30am, 11.15am

Easter Day Services

Thursday April 25

Anzac Display

Saturday April 27, 7pm

The Armed Man at Pukekohe High

Sunday April 28, 2pm

The Armed Man, Pukekohe High

Weekly Events

Sunday School (Children 3+):

Sundays at 9:30am

Seasons:

Tuesday afternoons (during term time)

Oasis Music/Coffee Group: (All pre-schoolers & caregivers welcome)

Mondays & Fridays at 9:15am

Selwyn Group:

Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9:15am

Op Shop:

Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays

Regular Events

Wednesdays at 7pm:

Communal Garden

1st Wed at 10am:

Mothers’ Union Service in Church followed by meeting in Parish Lounge

2nd Tuesday at 11am: 

Holy Communion at Palms Hospital

2nd Wed at 10:30am

Holy Communion – Lakeside

Calendar
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About

Pukekohe Anglican Church: St Andrews & St Paul's

The parish has two worship centres, St Andrew’s in Pukekohe being the central church, with a smaller centre, St Paul’s, about 5km away in Buckland, where services are held on the second and fourth Sundays of the month.

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The Church provides an Anglican presence in the Pukekohe area. It is part of the Diocese of Auckland and the Province of Aotearoa, Polynesia and New Zealand.  As such we come directly under the authority of the Bishop of Auckland, the Right Reverend Ross Bay (from April 17, 2010).

The population of Pukekohe is over 21,000. Historically the community has relied on farming and market gardening as the primary industries and the town developed as a service centre for those industries. The community continues to expand with many new housing developments.

The parish celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2001. St Paul’s was built in 1900 after St Andrew’s moved further north to its current site. The present St Andrew’s church was built in 1931 and has had significant renovations over the years.  Just last year, the 140th anniversary of the Pukekohe Anglican Church opening in Wellington St was commemorated.

Parish Complex

Behind St Andrew’s church is the Reid Anderson Hall, named in honour of the Venerable Reid Anderson — vicar of the parish from 1965 to 1973 and archdeacon for the area.  This hall was the original church and was moved to this site from Wellington St. The Nora Brown Hall is named in honour of a long-serving Sunday School teacher and parishioner.

Mission Statement

What we believe we are about


Our Parish Mission Statement helps us and others to understand who we try to be in the Pukekohe community.

Central to all activity is worship and service. Jesus told his disciples: “Go into all the world and proclaim the good news”. (Mark 16:15) We believe the best way to spread the “good news” is by setting examples in the way we live and reach out to others in a busy world where life and faith are often strangers.