WORSHIP
at ST HELIERS

Service of Worship
Sundays 10am

100 St Heliers Bay Rd.

Easter Services 2024

Palm Sunday 10am 24 March

Good Friday 9am 29 March
A joint service with St Philips Anglican Church
We will begin at St Heliers Presbyterian (100 St Heliers Bay Rd)

Easter Sunday Dawn Service 6:30am 31 March
An ecumenical service on St Heliers Beach

Easter Day Service 10am 31 March
Featuring the St Heliers Church Choir
You're invited to bring a flower to adorn the cross

For further information contact the minister, Jordan:
minister@sthelierscentre.org.nz

Our Sunday gatherings

Scripture guides our worship and our life together, cultivating our imagination of God's coming future and helping us to follow the way of Jesus. We seek to be biblically faithful as well as open and inquisitive as the Spirit speaks to us ever anew.

We gather every week on Sunday morning for a service of worship followed by fellowship together over morning tea. Come as you are. No need to dress up. Our services have an informal feel with a simple, dignified flow, consisting of prayer, singing hymns and psalms together, and reflecting on scripture. The music is a mix of traditional, contemporary, contemplative, and homegrown. Services last about an hour.

Celebrating Holy Communion

We celebrate Holy Communion six times a year on the second Sunday of February, April, June, August, October, and December.

Children and families

We welcome people of all ages and stages. That means children are able to be themselves, being inquisitive, making noise, and participating in whatever is going on!

Every week there is an address for all-ages. Children are then invited for a time of fellowship and learning in the Daisy Dempsey chapel, while the adults listen to the sermon.

Baptism and dedication

If you are interested in getting baptised or having your child baptised, please contact our minister, Jordan, at minister@sthelierscentre.org.nz.

He would love to meet you and talk further about is involved in baptism and the promises that are made.

Because baptism is about being welcomed into the body of Christ, the family of the church, it is a public act that takes place in a regular service of worship, usually during a Sunday morning service.

Tune in online

All our services of worship are streamed online. You can watch them live or browse past services on our livestream Facebook page.

If you do not have a facebook account, you will be directed to sign up. Simply click the "x" at the top right of the box and you will be able to watch the service without signing up.

Retirement village services

We offer a fortnightly service of worship at St Andrew's Village and Grace Joel Retirement Village. On alternating weeks, St Philips Anglican Church conduct worship. All welcome.

St. Andrew's Thursday 1pm

Grace Joel Thursday 2pm

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Roster

Check out the latest Sunday roster here: 29.2.24 Church Roster

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