A bit about St Paul’s in the Park
Saint Paul’s Anglican Church was built in 1886, the year of the Tarawera eruption, to serve the growing rural area of East Tamaki, on the outskirts of Auckland. For over 125 years the church has been a landmark and focal point for the people living in this valley.
As the area has changed over the years, so the life and ministry of Saint Paul’s has adapted and grown. Now, with the rapid growth of Dannemora, Donnegal Park, and Flat Bush, St Paul’s is in the centre of a thriving multi-cultural neighbourhood, and remains a landmark given its location within Barry Curtis Park.
We have always been a neighbourhood church, and still work hard to reflect the hopes and needs of the people who live and work around us. The little church is a haven of spiritual peace. It is also the home of a growing congregation committed to the spiritual growth and health of the Flat Bush area.
We would love for you to join us in this exciting and challenging work.
We work hard to reflect the hopes and needs of the people who live and work around us.
Ministries of St Paul’s in the Park
Selwyn Seniors provides gentle exercise for body, mind and soul, friendship and activities. We meet on Friday mornings 9.30 – 12.00. Morning tea is provided. For more information phone St Paul’s in the Park on 274 3460 or Dawn Tutin on 021 0299 0332. A donation is requested to cover costs.
IDEA Programme is an activity and social programme for intellectually disabled adults. We have fun doing craft activities, baking, enjoying each other’s company and eating together. IDEA is held on the first and third Wednesdays 11am – 1pm. For more information phone St Paul’s in the Park on 274 3460 or Eleanor Keys on 298 9957.
Supporting Parents alongside Children’s Education is a programme mainly for first time parents and their newborn babies. SPACE aims to provide a solid, safe opportunity for first time parents to bond well with their children. Sessions are held Tuesday mornings (10-12n00n) over 3 – 4 terms in a relaxed, baby-friendly atmosphere, are led by trained facilitators, and cover a wide range of child development topics. Contact Jenny Burrow on 5376428.
The Ormiston Scouts, Cubs and Keas meet during school term time. Scouts meet on Monday, contact Trudie Graham 021 764232, and Cubs and Keas meet on Tuesday, contact Scot Borchard, mob: 021 611320 or email: moc.l1519474274iamg@1519474274drahc1519474274robtt1519474274ocs1519474274
St Paul's Ministry Team
Who are we?
Priest in Charge
The Rev’d Warner Wilder
Warner Wilder after 29 years as chaplain of Kings Otahuhu is now Priest in Charge at St Paul’s in the Park. After an early career in sheep-farming, Warner went on to be ordained into the Anglican Church and spent four years as Vicar of his local country parish of Porongahau, in the Hawkes’ Bay before becoming Chaplain at Kings.
The Rev’d Eleanor Keys
The Rev’d Ann McLean
When do we gather?
Holy Communion & Sunday School
The first Sunday of the month is All Age Worship and is held in the Hall
Lent Discussion Group
Thursday Evenings from 22nd February – from 6pm – 7:30pm
Sunday 25th March 2018, following the 10am service
Please get in touch if you require any further information. We look forward to hearing from you.