services
(During renovations, held at Mt Roskill Primary School)
Sunday 8:00am
Sunday 10:00am
Sunday 7:00pm (monthly, held at 102b Hillsborough Rd)
Wednesday 10:00am (held at Lynfield Community Church)

about us
At St Margaret's we aim to be a church where everyone can find a home and grow in their relationship with God.

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8:00am & 10:15am Sunday worship service

People
People

what's happening

The wardens and the congregation of St Margaret's Anglican Church, warmly welcome our new vicar F

We have three short term missionaries from St Margaret's preparing to go overseas

Christmas Eve -24 December - 11 pm

It's about getting to know Him better!

Aaron and I will be going to Mongu in Western Zambia for 6 weeks from early January until the end

"What Sweeter Music - A Festival of Carols" by Mark Hayes.

7pm Fridays
Youth Group for those in year 6-13 at school

We offer thanks to the Tikanga Pakeha Liturgical Working Group for the great liturgical treasures

As a token of appreciation for all the Church Shop Volunteers a morning tea will be hosted by the

welcome

Welcome to the St Margaret's Website.

If you are in Auckland, New Zealand, we would love for you to join us at one of our services.

Our address is 102 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough, Auckland. However, we are currently undergoing renovation work, and our Sunday morning services will be held at Mt Roskil Primary School through the duration of our building project.

Our Sunday service times are 8:00am and 10:10am.
We also have a 10:00am service on Wednesday mornings, which will be meeting at Lynfield Community Church through the duration of our renovation project.

The Promise of Redemption

The Promise of Redemption
In a world full of pain, suffering and brokenness, what gives us hope? How do we persevere through life’s tough times? 
We live in a world that knows no time except the present.However as Christians we are also people of the past and future.
We are people of the past as we live knowing what Christ has done in his life, death and resurrection.
We are people of the future as we await the day when the victory of God will be known in its fullness, and we receive the inheritance which has been guaranteed to us.
And both the future and the past affect our present reality; they remind us of what has been achieved, and what we now have, in Christ. This is what gives us hope and helps us endure through whatever life might throw our way. Emily

St Margaret's Church, 102 Hillsborough Road, Hillsborough, Auckland 1042, New Zealand   P +64 (9) 625 8808  F +64 (9) 625 8801  E mail@stmargarets.org.nz

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