St Andrew's by the Sea is an historic church situated on the corner of Albert and Owen Streets, in Whitianga, NZ. From its very beginning, this church has been used as a place of worship for all Protestant denominations.
This church may be small in size, but is very active in the community, offering many activities and sharing the love of Christ in a very practical way.
Worship at St Andrew's by the Sea
9:30 a.m. every Sunday
Communion service first Sunday of every month
Children are always welcome.Bible activities are provided for children to explore while seated with their parents.
There is a quiet corner
with toys at the back of the church. Older children
may choose to learn with a Bible teacher in the
Parish Secretary: Dorothy Preece 869 5452 Church Office: 867 1102
Chairman Parish Council:
John Twemlow 869 5054 Office email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Church Bank Account Number
for online deposits: 02 0496 0062562 000
What's on over the next week ?Sunday 15th January: Worship Service 9:30 a.m St Andrew's (Alistair Rogers)
15th January - 22 January
Opportunities for Worship, and Fellowship
Monday 16th January: Community Meal Eat in 5-6 p.m. Take aways and deliveries available. Enquiries to Val: phone the church on Mondays 867 1102
Upright & Active In recess for holidays 9:30 a.m. Church hall Contact: Carol Melrose 867 1097
Wednesday 18th January : Ladies Bible Study In recess for holidays Contact Julie 9849140
Sunday 22nd January:Worship Service 9:30 a.m St Andrew's
Sundays - if you would like specific prayer for matters causing concern, please ask before or after the service. Someone will be pleased to listen and pray with you.
During the week - There is a sheet of paper in the lounge where you can write items that you would like included in the morning service. They do not have to include names - just describe the situation.
Urgent Prayer - Contact Dorothy 869 5452
Mercury Bay Co-Operation
Parish Support this Appeal
The Little Flower Children's Home in Pedong, India is in need of new flooring, bedding and bathrooms.
Talk to Robin Twemlow if you would like to know more about this worthwhile appeal.
Robin is involved because she has visited and stayed at the home and seen how well the children are doing. The children have come from extremely difficult situations and here they have the opportunity to grow up in a loving stable home.