Missions

Missions

at St Johns Papatoetoe

Food Bank

We collect donations and deliver to local social services weekly. If you are in need of an emergency food parcel, please go to this link here.

Community Centre

We provide opportunities to work in partnership with local community groups. For more complete information please go to this link here.

Maori and Pacifica

St Johns Papatoetoe contributes to the wider church financially. A portion of these contributions help to support two other Presbyteries: Te Aka Puaho (Maori Synod) and Pacific Presbytery. For more information about Ohope Marae, please go to this link here and for Pacific Presbytery contact information, please go this link here.

Global Mission

St Johns Papatoetoe is a member of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCANZ) who actively supports ministries in Myanmar (formerly Burma) and Vanuatu. For more information please visit their Facebook page here.

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