A place of hospitality, healing
and hope in the city

We are an Anglican church in the heart of Tauranga city

Who we are

At Holy Trinity Tauranga, we recognise that God is calling us together to be a Jesus centred, Biblical & Spirit-led community enabling us to utilise our gifts, skills and resources to be disciples of Jesus Christ and to make His love known in this place.  

We believe hospitality, healing and hope are both values of the gospel and essential expressions of our DNA. We provide an open and inviting environment where people can quickly feel at ease and at home, take time to heal, and experience the hope Jesus freely offers to all.

History

We have been around for 145 years, playing a significant role in the life of the city. The church  has survived many changes during that time, including the destruction of its building in 2000  and its people have represented all strata of the city from the first Vicar who was also Mayor of the city, to local residents living out their faith.  We are a member of the Anglican Community of St Mark in New Zealand.

Looking ahead

We continue to seek understanding of what God has called us to be and do as servants of His work in the city.


Latest news

Mainly Music is on Thursdays 9.30am at Ark House

Mainly Music on Thursdays at 9.30 with morning tea afterwards. Join us for music and fun at the Ark House 20, Third Avenue. $4 per family group. More info: Gwen 0274 447 974

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Sunday Services are at 8am and 10am in groups of 100 and Wednesdays at 10am.

Please ring reception on 578 7718 or e-mail reception@holytrinitytauranga.com (Monday to Friday) or turn up on the day and trust there will be a place. Live-streaming link 10am is https://youtube.com/channel/UCmKC3P3EZgxAscXKSlPTS4w

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Kids Space on Sundays at 10am service. Join us we prepare for Christmas.

Come see our fun and bible-centred approach for the children at Church on Sundays during term time. Please enter through the door with our Kids Space sign. You are welcome to stay and settle your children.

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