Hibiscus Coast Presbyterian Church
Hibiscus Coast Presbyterian Church

Welcome to the Hibiscus Coast Presbyterian Church!

You are welcome, whether your only contact with us is through this website or whether you also come along to check us out and meet us in person.

You can find out what's happening in our church by looking at our church activities calendar or by exploring some of the other links on this page, particularly our church blog.

Who Are We?

Hibiscus Coast Presbyterian Church

The Hibiscus Coast Presbyterian Church comprises two worshipping communities meeting in three different locations on the Hibiscus Coast. The Hibiscus Coast is a warm, scenic and inviting region situated on the east coast of New Zealand, some 40km north of Auckland City. It includes Orewa Beach, and the related areas of Hatfields Beach and Waiwera, the Whangaparaoa Peninsula and the Silverdale region.

The Hibiscus Coast Presbyterian Church is part of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCANZ).

Contact Minister:
Rev. Caleb Hardie
Phone: 021 619 411
Email: minister@hibiscuscoastpresbyterian.org.nz

Office: Ruth Goodenough
Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am to 11:30am
Phone: 09 426 4502

When Do We Meet for Worship?

We meet at the following three locations and offer one, and sometimes two, worship opportunities each Sunday. We usually meet for worship at 10:00am on Sunday mornings with the venue alternating between our two main churches. On the first and third Sundays of the month we meet in our church at Stanmore Bay on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, while on the second and fourth Sundays of the month we meet in our church at Orewa. Fifth Sundays offer us a chance to do something different. The worship opportunities each Sunday are listed in our church activities calendar

Hibiscus Coast Presbyterian Church

Whangaparaoa Peninsula
1st & 3rd Sundays at Stanmore Bay

Hibiscus Coast Presbyterian Church

2nd & 4th Sundays

Hibiscus Coast Presbyterian Church

2:00pm usually monthly on the 4th Sunday

What's Our Vision and Mission?

Our vision is to be a church that is open, caring and growing. We welcome people of all ages and stages of faith. We aim to be an inclusive community, not putting up barriers to participation. We are a diverse group of people theologically with a shared commitment to worshipping God and following Jesus Christ.

Our mission is to communicate the relevance for today of the good news of Jesus Christ and through worship, nurture and loving service enable people to grow in faith and spirituality. We take seriously exploring our faith, and we provide opportunities for this through worship, study groups and other activities.