St Aidans Presbyterian Church, Northcote, Auckland is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand, having its birth and infancy in 1888.
We honour and engage tradition through remembering in preaching, teaching and the sacraments; at the same time moving into an ever unfolding future, seeking to practice a Christian way of life; and wisdom through a life of knowing God through prayer and spirituality.
We are a people who are intentionally open and non – judgmental, an intellectual, generous and liberally inclusive community. We have no spiritual test to come in, no intellectual position to which one must agree, with our people holding a wide variety of views of social issues. We emphasise acceptance instead of doctrinal purity and diversity rather than uniformity.
We value the importance of asking questions and being open in community, for us this means, wisdom rather than certainty, questioning on the journey and upholding the idea that the Christian life will always be incomplete in this world.
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Communion Service 24 July This Sunday 24 July is our Communion Service, beginning at 10am and followed by a cuppa at 11am. It will be taken by Rebecca Connor with Roxy returning to us to serve Communion. For those who prefer a quieter, more traditional service, this is for you. Welcome! Cafe Church: Calming […]
Communion Service 10am 26 June This Sunday 26 June will be Alf’s last service with us. He and Roxy will be taking our Communion Service together. This is one of our more traditional services, starting at 10am and concluding with a cuppa and a chat at 11am. Alf’s Farewell Our Cafe Church on Sunday […]
Alf has now retired but this will be left up for people to browse for a wee while until our new minister arrives.
This was a weekly column written by our minister Alf Taylor, which was included in our Order of Service each Sunday. Using poetry, images and stories from our everyday world, it seeks to encourage us on our journey of life and faith. Below is the most recent edition, back copies can be viewed via the Library Box on the ‘Alf’s Blog’ page.
This monthly newsletter is delivered or sent to all members and friends of St Aidans. Click below for the most recent edition. Back copies can be viewed via the Library Box on any of the Newsletter pages.
We are located at 97 Onewa Road, Northcote, Auckland 0627: