Social justiceWork for change
Campaigns have included our protest against the 1981 Springbok tour and its implicit support for apartheid, support for Homosexual Law Reform and more recently, support for the Aotearoa Living Wage movement, Refugee and Migrant Support Services, Inter Faith Issues and Marriage Equality.
We are active members of Downtown Community Ministry (DCM), which works with some of Wellington’s most vulnerable people. We also support Fair Trade and Christian World Service, which works to end poverty and injustice throughout the world. We support Presbyterian Support Central and Peace Movement Aotearoa.
The St Andrew’s Centre hosts the following groups:
- Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous
- Christian World Service
- Lecture or concert space for Quakers, Mary Potter Hospice, Music Futures
- Living Wage Aotearoa
- NZ Blood Service
- Peace Movement Aotearoa
- Queen Margaret College
- SATRS lectures
- UNANZ National and UNANZ Wellington
- Wellington InterFaith vigils as needed.
St Andrew’s is a Living Wage and Fair Trade church.