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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.


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.

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

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

Advent Two ‘Matt and Luke’s Version Births’

Today the children of the Rainbow Room present the play 'Matt and Luke's Version Births' which illustrates the differences in the Gospel birth narratives between Matthew's Gospel and the Gospel according to Luke.  Our thanks to all those who helped make this show possible!

Latest Order of Service & Reflection

News and updates

Keep up to date on our news and events

Weekly e-news for Friday 3 November

Hello everyone, November has begun and with it, no doubt, the traditional run down (or up) to Christmas. Oh my goodness! This month of November is like an ever spiralling patchwork quilt of our life together. Tonight the Spring seminar from St Andrew’s Trust for the...

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Weekly enews 27 October

What’s your favourite flavour? Remember as a child poring over the ice-cream counter trying to choose that flavour? In my childhood they didn’t have ‘cookies and cream‘or ‘rocky road’ or ‘walnut-caramel- blue cheese and pear with hundreds and thousands!! (I made that...

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Weekly enews 20 Oct 17

Hello everyone, Light at the end of the tunnel! After the exhaustive policy discussions which have been happening over the last weeks, seeing political light at the end of the tunnel of governmental uncertainty has been a relief to many. I have been bemused at the...

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Weekly enews 6OCT2017

Hello everyone, The tragic event at Las Vegas has left the world wondering again. What’s more frightening, a shooting or bombing with a known religio/political goal or something like Las Vegas where the search for any purpose has so far been fruitless? But then,...

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Weekly Enews for 22 September

Hello everyone We tremble on the brink of the most volatile Election Day we have known in recent times. I hope you have chosen your election party invitees carefully! I remember a terrible election night held in a blue ribbon electorate at a teaching colleague’s home....

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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.

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

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