St Peters in the City, Tauranga is a church community excited about knowing Jesus and discovering how we can live His way in our world.
St Peters in the City, Tauranga offers a range of resources including programmes and messages designed to help you on your spiritual journey.
At St Peters we offer prayer ministry as one of our core activities with elders more than happy to pray with you regularly.
St Peters in the City small groups allow you to get to know a bunch of people a bit better, to ask questions, to be cared for and to pray together.
Find out what is happening by having a look at the service sheet.
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At St Peters in the City discipleship and spirituality are important to us. We are intentional about joining our children on the journey of faith.
Christian faith for children through story and activities held during the 10.00am Sunday Service throughout the school term.
St Peters ICONZ is part of a nationwide movement for boyz aged 6 to 18 that has grown out of the Boys…
St Peters Youth and Junior Bible Classes are for people in years 7-8 (JBC) and years 9-13 (Youth) and meets every Sunday during the school term from 4:30-6:30pm.
St Peters have our own childcare centre located behind the church in Selwyn St. It's a fabulous centre that caters for children from babies up
Hi! St Peters runs a play group on Thursday mornings from 9am until noon, all comers are welcome with your tots. Contact Adrienne Leech 579
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With numerous ways available to help you on your journey of spiritual growth, St Peter’s offers:
A basic introduction to the Christian faith.
St Peter’s in the City host performances of music and poetry in a relaxed open setting. We meet monthly from 7-9pm in the foyer at St Peters.
What is this thing called Christianity? The Christian faith is a process of discovery, a pilgrimage, a pursuit – and it’s deeply personal.
At St Peters we are interested in others, we find that meeting with Jesus encourages us to go out into our community and share
St Peters House is our trust, our community ministry, our primary vehicle for outreach in Tauranga. St Peters people reaching out in love to our local community.
Alpha Marriage Course
Navigating life together
Seven sessions designed to strengthen your relationship
The course helps couples to:
Understand each other's needs
Communicate more effectively
CAP Life Skills
CAP LIFE SKILLS – a friendly group where you'll discover the life skills to thrive on a low income
Money impacts all areas
At St Peters Church we partner with a number of people around the world to bring the Love of God and the Good News of Jesus to people.
Sunday 22 April 2018
Returing to NZ
Saturday 28 April 2018
Lead by Rev. Simon McLeay
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Mendoza update Dec 2017
A programme designed to restore and fortify the sexual integrity and spiritual vitality of men.
As men we live in a highly sexualised porn-saturated culture,
At St Peters in the City, Tauranga we seek to be a people so inspired by our relationship with God that we are compelled to share it joyfully with others.
Our modern building is well equipped to handle you small conference or group meeting needs. With an onsite kitchen and large auditorium we can cater for up to 250 delegates.
Life was designed to be lived to the full. At St Peters, we want to help you live life to the full, the fullness of Christ by growing your Christian faith.
At St Peters in the city we have 5 values that we believe will help us to grow as Christians. Our values are Learning, Loving, Worshipping, Serving and Inviting.
Founded in 1878 we are 136 years old and we are the mother church in Tauranga for Presbyterians offering church services, youth groups, play groups, childcare, bible teaching and more.
Contact St Peters in the City
We'd love to talk with you a bit more, you can ring us or get a hold of us
Our team of hundreds here at St Peters in the City is coordinated by our staff.
We have a Senior Minister, Simon McLeay who
Giving of time and resources is an act of discipleship. Financial gifts to the local church are used to fund the ministry and mission of the Church locally, nationally and internationally.