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ST JOHNS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
120 Great South Road, Papatoetoe

We are an open and inclusive multicultural congregation, where all people, men, women and children, can come together seeking God as revealed in Jesus and his life and teaching

 9.30am every Sunday morning — Cook Island language service 12 noon
No events in St Johns buildings during Alert Level 3, Step 2
Watch our 9.30 am Sunday service on YouTube.
Lockdown Resources here for children, youth and caregivers.

Church Ministries

We affirm the central beliefs of the Christian faith while respecting diversity of opinion in individual understanding. Contact us if you are interested in exploring the Christian faith, baptism, wedding, or funeral.

You can learn more about our worship of Jesus Christ by visiting our blog and viewing our Mission Statement vision and values. You are welcome to visit our social media and see our faith in practice.

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Community Centre

We connect beyond the church into the community and world with the love of God and through our compassion, caring and concern demonstrate the good news of Jesus. Contact us if you are interested in exploring the programmes we host or book an event.

You can learn more about our ministry in Papatoetoe and stay informed of what’s happening.

Historic Cemetery

We are one of the oldest churches in Auckland having been established in 1854 and our cemetery reflects the names of the pioneers of Papatoetoe and nearby suburbs of Mangere, Otahuhu, Otara and East Tamaki.

You can learn more about St Johns Cemetery and its historic value to both the Church and Community.


Blessed are those who trust in the LORD they shall be like a tree planted by water.

Jeremiah 17:7, 8


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St Johns Presbyterian Church

120 Great South Road, Papatoetoe, Hunters Corner
office@stjohnspapatoetoe.org

St Johns Papatoetoe is a member of Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand

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