A memorial to the arrival of the first Wesleyan Missionaries to New Zealand in 1822, this building stands as both a sacred place and a people place for the community of Whangaroa.
Kaeo Union Church is the group that is at the building's heart, sustaining vision and values sourced from Christian faith. The church's ethos is open hospitality embracing people of faith and no professed faith, all churches, all haahi, all faiths. The church's goal is to give room to all people to feel welcome and for our place to be your place.
Equipment includes trestle tables and chairs, a white board (bring own whiteboard pens), and child safety gates for the outside door and top of the stairs, data projectors in Hall and Church.
Kitchen facilities in the Supper Room are available with any hire and include crockery, cutlery, and tea pots.
This is available for community use. It can be used as is - just let us know what you intend to do and when. If you would like access to power, arrangements can be made, with a small charge to cover costs.
The building is available to any who wish to book it on condition that there is no disrespect shown or expressed to the Christian beliefs of the building's kaitiaki or the building with the memories it contains.
Applications can be made to the Parish Council for the use of alochol for appropriate events. It is decided on a case by case basis and moderation is essential.
Nau mai haere mai. Contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or 09 407 8250 to come and check out the facilities.
Or check out us on Sunday mornings or at Get Involved.
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Sunday Worship at Kerikeri and Kaeo with a focus on Genesis 12:1-4a and reference to the story of