Sunday 8:00am
Sunday 10:15am
Sunday 7:00pm (monthly)
Wednesday 10:00am

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


what's happening

On Sunday, 27 April 2014, our South African parishioners will be hosting a lunch for the church a

Our Sunday evening service, normally held on the third Sunday of the month, will be held next Sun

Clan McGarry will be on holiday from 21-28 April!

Tuesdays 6.45pm

Help urgently needed at the Church Shop, especially every Tuesday morning 9.30am until 12 noon an

Please join us for a simple communion service at 9 am on Good Friday morning.

Please join us as we pray every Friday between 12noon – 1pm in the church library/foyer.

youth events take a break over the school holidays

position available mid 2014

Sundays 9.15am

CMS Fellowship Meeting
29 April

Our current Shop Manager, Leslie Scott, has indicated that she will be finishing at or before the

Sign up to be part of the group to walk 100km in April next year


Welcome to the St Margaret's Website.

If you are in Auckland, New Zealand, we would like to welcome you to our services.

Our address is 102 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough, Auckland.

Our Sunday service times are 8:00am and 10:15am.
We also have a 10:00am service on Wednesday mornings.

Seeing and Believing

It is interesting to compare Peter's speech to his fellows Jews on the Day of Pentecost with that of his speech to the Roman centurion Cornelius and his family. Peter's Day of Pentecost speech is rich with quotations from the Old Testament, his speech to Cornelius contains none. Peter was careful to style the way he spoke to those who were hearing, but the message remained the same. "This Jesus God raised up, and of that all of us are witnesses." (Acts 2:32, cf Acts 10:39-41) The Gospel reading record two appearances of Jesus, one on the day of the resurrection and the other a week later. Each has its focus. In the first appearance, Jesus commissions his disciples (John 20:21-23). In the second appearance Jesus deals with the doubts of the disciple of Thomas. Jesus reprimands him, not because of honest doubts but because of a refusal to believe the testimony of his fellow disciples (John 20:25). Such a refusal by one of his disciples is the antithesis of the commissioning of them to be his witnesses. Even though Thomas responds with the most devout insight as to who Jesus is, "My Lord and my God," he receives no blessing. Rather Jesus blesses those who will believe through the testimony of the disciples (John 20:29).

St Margarets Church, 102 Hillsborough Road, Hillsborough, Auckland 1042, New Zealand   P +64 (9) 625 8808  F +64 (9) 625 8801  E

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