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St Andrew’s on
The Terrace

St Andrew’s on The Terrace is a lively and active faith community in central Wellington. We value being progressive, inclusive, intellectually engaging and spiritually aware.

Latest Order of Service & Reflection

At St Andrew’s on
The Terrace

St Andrew’s on The Terrace is a popular music and arts venue with outstanding acoustics and a special atmosphere.

Whats Happening

Does everyone in New Zealand have a fair level of Income?


The second forum in our pre-election series.

Topic: How do we ensure every family and individual in New Zealand has a fair income so they can participate well in society?

The Panel is chaired by Lyndy McIntyre of Living Wage. Panelists include Paul Barber, NZ Council of Christian Social Services, Max Rashbrooke, Journalist and author and Regina Tito-Campbell DCM Outreach Worker.

Come to hear comment, contribute your ideas and ask your questions

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Who we are

We are a vibrant, progressive and inclusive Presbyterian church in the heart of Wellington, a faith community committed to acting for a just and peaceful world. Our Sunday gathering is at 10am.

Our latest gathering

Here you can get the lastest order of service and listen to the recording

Pentecost 9 Peace Sunday

Today, August 6th is Peace Sunday.  Paul Barber led the reflection and we celebrated communion.                                    

Latest Order of Service & Reflection

News and updates

Keep up to date on our news and events

Enews for 11 August

Hello everyone, Wow, what a week it has been on the political front. Lots of drama in the beehive down the road, trying to keep track of who is in and who is out (shake it all about ‘smile’  ). Not to mention the International political posturing. But for regular...

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Looking within

  Looking within   Every now and then, I start to feel ‘outside of myself’.  It’s a strange feeling.  Almost as if my body was walking among the world, but I am somewhere else. The ‘somewhere else’ isn’t somewhere mystical, it is very much in this world – so...

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E-news for 21 July

Weekly update from our Minister, Rev Dr Susan Jones
and a look at what is happening at St Andrew’s this week.

St Andrew’s on The Terrace is a progressive Presbyterian church. The gathering at 10 am on Sunday is the heart of our faith community life. St Andrew’s is also a place of welcome and hospitality for the wider community of Wellington for arts, music, meetings and events.

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Weekly Enews 14 July 2017

Hello everyone, Winter has hit us all at once this week.  I hope you have been keeping warm and dry!  Friends of ours managed to arrive on Thursday – one of the few flights to make it in the capital.  They were not airsick, but one of them told me the plane hadn’t...

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Pre-election meeting 1 of 3: Housing

On Monday 10 July, over 100 people gathered in St Andrew's on The Terrace to hear a panel of candidates, members of parliament and community workers speak on Wellington's housing issues.  Stephanie McIntyre, Director of Downtown Community Ministries was a...

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St Andrew’s holds regular lectures and seminars on religion and society, organised by the St Andrew’s Trust for the Study of Religion and Society. We also co-operate with the Centre for Theology and Public Issues.

Arts & events

St Andrew’s on The Terrace is a popular music and arts venue with outstanding acoustics and a special atmosphere. Come to a free Wednesday lunchtime concert and hear gifted New Zealand and international artists, or the next generation of musicians from the New Zealand School of Music.

Or you can nourish the spirit with another concert, lecture or event.

Join us on Sunday

The St Andrew’s community gathers every Sunday at 10.00am.

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