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Our Mission Statement

To know Christ and to make Him known.

We believe this should underpin all things.


We, as part of the New Zealand Baptist Union (Te Hāhi iriiri o aotearoa),  believe that the Gospel of Christ breaks down barriers and brings people into new relationships. Because of this we have a definitive role in acknowledging and supporting the special relationship that was created by the Treaty of Waitangi, between Tāngata Whenua and the Crown.


The prayer room is called the engine room of the church. Jesus encouraged us to pray and be persistent in prayer (Luke 11:1-13) as he himself spent long hours in prayer, and the early church continued his tradition by making sure that they were able to pray (Acts 6:3-4).
Jesus said that my sheep know my voice, and so his sheep learn the sound of Jesus's voice by spending time with him through prayer.
Our church wants to encourage all believers to pray because they believe that it is in prayer that a person develops a vital relationship with him. It is only by remaining in Jesus that we can do anything (John 15:1-11).
Corporate prayer is just as important for it is through prayer that a church discerns God's plan and purpose and remains open to the leading and blessing of the Holy Spirit.